Paulina Posatko, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
1248 West Main Street, Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522
All couples experience issues in their relationship. If you and your partner are having difficulty communicating or resolving conflicts, therapy is a great way to gain a new perspective with the guidance of a neutral party in a safe environment. My hope is to break apart your toxic patterns, rebuild your strengths as a couple, and give you the tools to improve your growth areas.
David Gallick, MSW, LSW, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201
As a Licensed Marriage Therapist, I work with married, unmarried couples and gay and lesbian couples. While I try to meet with both people, if only 1 person presents for therapy, we still focus upon the couple relationship. Couples present for therapy often frustrated at their inability to solve their differences and feeling hopeless that things won't change. I provide them with a sense of hope by normalizing their experience, helping them work through issues, identify strengths to build upon and give them practical tools of enhancing communication, intimacy, and trust. I help them to build upon strengths and what they are doing right, and move from a negative to a hopeful perspective.
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.