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Manisha Shendge, D.Min., FT, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

Not feeling as close to your partner? Feeling that you have grown apart over time? Communication issues? Conflict? Stress in your relationship? Over time most couples experience some stress in their relationship and do not feel that they are the couple they wanted to be. Let us help you rediscover each other and what your relationship can be. We emphasize communication, connection and restoration in a safe environment and help you and your partner reconnect.

Philip Friedman, Ph.D

Director: Foundation for Well-Being; Psychologist

46 Red Rowen Lane, Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 19462

I create a safe, warm, caring atmosphere so that you and your spouse or partner can share your stressful conflicts that cause hurt, anger, depression, bitterness, sadness, helplessness, discouragement, withdrawal, attack and hopelessness. Either or both of you may also be experiencing guilt, shame, loss, grief and serious family, parent-child or career/job) problems. I can help you shift from this state of emotional and mental distress/darkness to the experience of emotional and mental light and can help you learn to communicate more effectively and harmoniously. I can help you learn how to be more appropriately assertive; listen more from the heart and resolve problems in a win-win mutua

Lee Bowers, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

210 Tower Road, Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

I always prefer to see couples BEFORE they get married, because so many problems can be avoided by getting started out on the right foot. By learning good communication and problem solving skills before marriage, you can move on to that next step with confidence and skill. I also work with couples for whom marriage is not the goal, who are gay or lesbian, or couples who simply have reached an impasse on an issue and are looking for an objective third party.

Cheryl Sparks, PhD, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

200 Eagle Road, Suite 210, Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087

Every couple's relationship has areas where growth is needed. If you are wondering whether your relationship can last, it may be helpful to identify the specific areas of concern and get some practical help working through the difficulties. I offer a well-researched assessment tool for those who need a clearer idea of where to start, and helpful tools to improve those areas like arguing vs good communication, disappointment with the level of emotional intimacy, or quality of your sex life. You may need help resolving repeated disagreements around finances, in-laws or parenting. Rebuilding a sense of trust and safety in the relationship will encourage you to risk new levels of closeness.

Jeffrey Kauffman, M.A., M.S.S., L.C.S.W., B.C.D., F.T

licensed clinical social worker/ psychotherapist

303 West Lancaster Avenue, Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087

Couples seek therapy for many reasons. The starting place is to clarify what the cause is for marital distress. Often improving communications is needed. Improving communication is almost always about learning to listen to each other. Improved communication often helps with a lot of difficulties in a relationship. Sometimes there are differences or disappointments that need to be worked through. There may be multiple issues to be triaged. Sometimes there are betrayals which have damaged the relationship. Reckoning with the injuries inflicted, especially the lost of trust is difficult and painful, but, if the relationship is to survive and the bond to be fulfilling this must be dealt with.

Vivian Good, LPC, MA, MS, ACS

Licensed Professional Counselor

200 Eagle Road, Suite 210, Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087

As a couples counselor I am on the side of the relationship. While I may spend some time focusing on one partner or the other in order to understand relational dynamics, my primary goal is to help the relationship. Each relationship is unique. Some issues that affect couples include trust building, healthy boundaries, open communication, individual and relational growth, transitional life stages, financial issues, decision making. We will identify the strengths and weakness of your specific relationship, explore what makes a successful relationship and suggest ways to improve your relationship.

Katey Moody, BSc., MBACP(Accred)

Clinical Psychotherapist

237 Lancaster Avenue, Suite 231, Devon, Pennsylvania 19333

I particularly like to use Relationship Enhancement Therapy (RET) which is healing through deep empathy and intimate dialogue. My passion is to alleviate marital distress by helping couples learn and practice the tools of effective empathic communication and conflict management techniques. We will also look at family of origin issues to gain an understanding of how they are impacting the quality of the emotional intimacy that is present in the relationship.

Kevin Drab, M.A., M.Ed.

Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified EMDR Therapist, Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor

There is a common expectation that couples' counseling must focus on improving communication. I have found that problematic patterns of communication can certainly play a role in some dysfunctional relationships and can be corrected at a later point in counseling. Couples' therapy needs to begin by addressing the core factor that sabotages all other attempts to heal the relationship - the lack of respect! Not love, not honesty, not compromise; but to truly experience the other as an independent human being whose world-view and needs are taken into consideration in all one's decisions and actions. Respect, in its deepest and varied expressions, is the key to creating a successful relationship

Lisa Silk, MSW, LCSW

Addiction Therapist, Family Therapist

119 Coulter Avenue Suite 211, Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003

Coupleship is a unique dynamic. Often we fall head over heels for someone.. everything seems meant to be and then after awhile you look over at this person and think...huh? This is way more common than people think. Making a partnership work is not easy as we were promised in fairy tales, but it can be the most amazing and deepest intimacy we have ever known if we are honest, healthy and truly committed. I help couples find this true intimacy again through couples counseling. My approach is practical, respectful, and solution oriented. If you have found this, you still have hope for the relationship. This is so important, let me help you take the next step to love deeply.

Jeffrey Carter, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

119 Easton Rd. #104, Glenside, Pennsylvania 19038

Relationship counseling is the process of counseling the parties of a relationship in an effort to recognize and to better manage or reconcile troublesome differences and repeating patterns of distress. The relationship involved may be between members of a family or a couple (see also family therapy), employees or employers in a workplace, or between a professional and a client. Somehow the simple act of walking while talking out life’s issues creates an environment of possibility and change - of forward movement. Through the rhythm of walking and talking there is a sync between myself and my clients. At a moderate pace, healing and breakthroughs occur.

Kerstin Miller, M.Div, LMFT, CST

Couples and Family Therapist

171 W Lancaster Ave, Paoli, Pennsylvania 19301

When the two of you as a couple find yourselves feeling lonely and disconnected it may be because it does not feel safe for you anymore to talk about important and vulnerable issues. My goal for you is to feel comfortable in session, and for that reason I will not allow you to repeat your destructive behaviors in my office. It needs a calm and compassionate space for partners to rediscover their love and empathy for each other. I work emotion focussed which means you get to try out with my guidance to talk to each other differently. I will support you to speak more from the heart and listen with your heart and help you to express what you are longing for. I am a certified sex therapist.

Eugene Kayser, M.A., M.F.T.

PA Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

418 Stump Rd., Suite 204, Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania 18936

Couples counseling is my specialty, and what I most enjoy doing. I am Pro-Marriage, and work hard to help couples who want to stay together learn how to do so. I have completed Level 2 of training in Gottman Couples Therapy which utilizes a well-researched system of technique that can help couples move on from affairs, lack of intimacy and stale parallel marriages. The sessions are very interactive with the focus on processing present struggles, and re-examining past stumbling blocks to explore alternative ways to behave with each other. Couples are always seen together so that there is no story-telling and the focus is on the couple in a fair and balanced way.

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