Couples therapy 01003. Counseling for couples and relationships.

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Stephen Price, D.Min.

Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist

133 Grove Street, Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458

Being a part of a couple is a challenging experience. It can be full of joy and wonder and even bliss, but it can also be painful and unhealthy and miserable. All human beings long for a secure attachment to another, but it is sometimes difficult to make that happen. My approach is based on three important principals: 1) there needs to equality in a relationship with mutual respect, 2) we are all very different from each other even if we share many interests and have common backgrounds, 3) we need to have an ongoing dialog throughout our relationship dealing with those differences with good communication skills. In many ways a couple relationship or marriage is like a laboratory for growth a

Lori Carpenos, LMFT

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist and Life Coach

81 South Main Street, Suite 7, West Hartford, Connecticut 06107

My therapy approach is well suited to help you understand yourself and your partner better. I will guide you to exprience your own insights about the nature of thought and how your thinking contributes to your experience of life and the relationship, moment by moment. I also provide a variety of resources for you to further your education between sessions..

Aspen Ference, LMHC


1 bolton rd, Harvard, Massachusetts 01451

Couples counseling is a passion of mine! Sometimes one or both partners has problems communicating, expressing emotions, or staying committed. I guide couples through the rocky paths that relationships bring, and help you grow closer from the experience. Most couples leave therapy feeling like they've learned so many skills both together and individually. Issues we work on can include whether or not to marry, have children, infertility, infidelity, family problems, jealousy, dishonesty, or fair division of household responsibilities. Sometimes an energetic counselor is all that is needed to help a couple begin a new relationship based on mutual respect, shared values, and common goals.

Matthew Bastiaanse, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family therapist

29 Windham Rd., Bristol, Connecticut 06010

I love to work with couples, and find that they are both individuals with a different set of DNA. I work with the couples to help improving communication, intimacy, and to resolve their differences. I also work with couples who are separating to better understand the emotional grieving, and change that they will be transitioning too, and its effects on the family and how to cope with those effects.

Robert Salinger, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

385 South Eagle, Terryville, Connecticut 06786

In couples therapy couples learn to identify and stop the recurring patterns in the relationship that cause hurt, rejection, and feelings of abandonment. Once this occurs couples are safe enough to learn a new way to communicate without judgement or blaming. The ability to identify deeper more vulnerable needs and feelings leads to a sense of trust and a bond of secure connection. We all have baggage that can interfere with closeness until we can resolve what is necessary.

Carl Hindy, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist

120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060

The newest research on happiness makes clear something we all really know: that our closest relationships are the source of the greatest happiness and joy, meaning and purpose in our lives. Our significant other, our partner, our husband or wife is the person who knows us best, better than anyone. For all the same reasons, when difficulties come between you and your partner, it can seriously erode your happiness, and breakdowns in communication, building resentments, frustratingly repetitive arguments are very distressing. Nobody want this to happen; "Then why does it never seem that we're on the same page?" Consider couples counseling as a way to start a positive cycle ...

Dena Ray, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

65 Rice Road, Wayland, Massachusetts 01778

Relationships with those we love are some of the most significant factors in our happiness and mental well-being. Disharmony in relationships can cause frustration and sadness, but psychotherapy can help. I meet with couples - often together - but there are times when the others in our relationships are unavailable or unwilling to seek therapy. Nevertheless, therapy can still help resolve relationship problems even if those others aren't present. Sometimes, despite all our best efforts, a relationship needs to end. In that case, I help individuals and families navigate the challenges of break-ups and divorce.

Capital Counseling, MSW, LCSW-R

Capital Counseling Your Lifeline to Better Mental Health

120 Defreest Drive, Suite 170, Troy, New York 12180

Couples seek counseling to learn to interact in ways that are more satisfying to both members of the relationship. Couples often find they have developed patterns that interfere with emotional or physical closeness. Many times members of a couple find they miscommunicate and feel great frustration and lack of appreciation from one another. Couples can have difficulty sharing certain feelings, such as anger, or sexual preferences. In some cases violence can enter into a couple’s behavior putting one or both members at risk. Capital Counseling provides discreet, respectful, and confidential counseling for couples seeking to build greater mutual satisfaction and enjoyment in their relationships

Susan Costello, MA, LMHC, CPCC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Sherborn, Massachusetts 01770

I have passion for helping couples overcome resentments and misunderstandings to create connection. I do this by helping each person discover and honestly express what is really going on for them and I ensure that the other has heard. I help my couples set goals for the relationship and understand each others' needs. I help increase the positivity in the relationship to transform the current dynamic and maintain good will which then motivates individuals to look at themselves and make and maintain changes for the sake of the relationship. Couples of all kinds will have an enhanced relationship after our work. If children happen to be involved, they will benefit, too!

Elizabeth Spencer, MSW, LICSW

Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Worker

2 Summer St., Suite 27, Natick, Massachusetts 01760

Most of us want to feel seen and recognized, understood and valued. Couples often get caught in patterns that interfere with expressing their love and appreciation for each other. Our early experiences often influence how we interact. Many times we need to learn communication skills. I work with couples to help them disentangle what each brings to the relationship: both strengths and challenges. We focus on developing skills to listen and communicate effectively, to problem solve, negotiate, and to collaborate. The goal is for each partner to feel valued and for the couple to have a connected, joyful, and growth promoting relationship.

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