Jonathan Gransee, Psy.D.
313 W. Liberty Street, Suite 226, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
When couples have problems that they cannot fix, oftentimes they will turn to a therapist to help to sort things out. When a therapist works with a couple, it is the relationship that is the client; not the two people in the relationship. So, when working with a couple, the goal is to help them to understand what is not working in their relationship, and why, and also what to do to improve how they are doing the relationship.
Dena Leibowitz, MSLCADC, CHT, 200 E-RYT, 500 RYT
658 Kenilworth Dr, ste 206, Towson, MD 21204, Towson , Maryland 21204
Couple and marriages learn healthy ways to manage their feelings and thoughts. Learn healthy communications skills, conflict resolutions, mindfulness, languages of love, reconnecting on a deeper emotional level, and the power of forgiveness and creating loving patterns and releasing old negative patterns that destroy love! Rebuild re connect and learn how to use your gift of love and wisdom to heal your relationship.
Robert Castle, M.S., LCPC, NCC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Collaborative Counseling, LLC, 744 Dulaney Valley Road, STE 7, Towson, Maryland 21204
Couples therapy can be like inviting someone into your “home,” the hidden and sacred space that you and your significant other are sharing. As an invited guest, I strive to maintain a neutral, objective, and gentle perspective, using my training and skills to help you each observe and better manage relational patterns of communion or disconnect. I can flex between the roles of consultant, coach, or therapist to help you learn and practice new ways to empathize with your partner’s perspective, communicate effectively, resolve conflict and enjoy healthy connected-ness. I make use of tools such as the Myers-Briggs temperament styles, IMAGO techniques, and the Prepare-Enrich assessment survey.