Ernesto Michelucci, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
620 CrossKeys Office Park, Fairport, New York 14450
Relationships need to be nurtured. They must rest on a foundation of mutual respect. Although, there are many important relationship skills, learning how to feel and show respect for one another is fundamental. I can help you develop critical relationship skills and learn how to have a satisfying and enjoyable relationship based on appreciation, acknowledgment, and acceptance.
Margaret Masci, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Wellspring Counseling of the Finger Lakes 8732 Main St. , Honeoye, New York 14471
Many couples lose their way. As we get so busy with jobs, the home, children or other demands, it is easy to lose touch, lose sight, feel lonely. Frequent arguing where nothing seems to get resolved or problems with finances, lack of intimacy, or substance abuse, can all take their toll. Or perhaps you are "empty nesters" who have lost the connection you once had. Don't give up on each other or on the relationship. It is never too late to reconnect, to try again. Learn through proven strategies/techniques, how to grow closer, perhaps closer than you have been for long time. THERE ARE SOLUTIONS! Find yours. Call to see how I can help.
Lauren Aman, LMHC, EAS-C
Mental Health Counselor
1151 Pittsford Victor Rd, suite 103, Pittsford, New York 14534
Couples therapy is a form of psychotherapy in which the relationship between two individuals is the "client." By focusing on communication, expression of emotions and strengthening the connection you already have, I have helped many couples develop stronger, more satisfying relationships. I strongly believe that couples can overcome most any obstacles if they are willing to compromise and learn together.
Eleni Economides, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
625 Panorama Trail, Building 1, Suite 107, Rochester , New York 14625
As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist I specialize in helping couples build happier marriages/partnerships and raise healthier families. A committed relationship is a people growing machine. It forces you to grow. At some point you will come across situations in your interaction with your partner that might put you face to face with past hurts, fears, and insecurities as well as your deeper needs and wants. Being confident to speak your truth requires you to be able to recognize it first and then rightfully advocate and negotiate for it. And allow your partner to do the same.