Marianne Clyde, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
20 Ashby Street, Warrenton, Virginia 20186
The first thing we address in relationship counseling is that the other person is not the problem. If that were the case, you could never be set free unless that person changes! We work toward common goals and communication techniques, but also individual triggers that cause the anger, anxiety, jealousy, lack of trust, guilt, irritation, sexual difficulties, and other intimacy issues that interfere with the relationship. That way, each person becomes the strongest and most secure self he/she can be; and that is an important foundation for any strong and secure relationship.
Michelle Kelley, LCSW
92 Main St., Suite 202 #8, Warrenton, Virginia 20186
We offer traditional marriage/couples counseling as well as couples counseling for one. This is for the woman who can't get her boyfriend / husband to come in. Imagine no more threatening or begging. Come in by yourself and learn some strategies to create changes in yourself and your relationship. Actually, it's amazing how many boyfriends/spouses are interested in joining in after the woman initiates. So go ahead and lead the way to change. Don't let intimacy or communication problems take you down. I would love to help you.
Holly Robedeau, Licensed Psychologist. PsyD.
Psychologist/ Counseling/ Psychotherapist-Individual, Couples & Marriage & Family
3040 Berkmar Drive, Suite A, 22901, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901
Within Couples Counseling the ability of the therapist to establish an environment of safety, respect and compassion for each member of the couple is VERY important to success. When both feels SAFE....the BENEFITS are numerous. I have been in your situation myself in the past and understand the need for assurance that your therapist will NOT take sides...but work for the success of the clients needs. The skill to develop this safe place is as important as any theory. I have been honored to consult with many couples over my 25 yrs.
Glen Bowman, Ph.D
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
2300 Commonwealth Dr Ste 100, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901
One of the great separators between successful, thriving couples and couples whose relationships seem to just progress from one problem to another is this: their attitude toward those problems. Couples who are finding success in their relationships are often those that approach their inevitable issues with a solution-focused attitude or mindset. Focus on finding solutions, not problems. When times get tough, don’t give up on your relationship. We believe that there is nothing more precious than the relationships you cultivate in your life. You may be able to work things out on your own, but it is really worth the risk? Don’t take the chance; let Thriveworks Charlottesville help today.
Gina Binder, M.A.
Resident in Counseling
9300 Forest Point Circle, Suite 103, Manassas, Virginia 20110
Communication. Trust. Connection. All three are important to any committed relationship, but they require teamwork to develop and maintain. I think of your relationship as a team of two. Sometimes one of you can pursue individual goals that cause your relationship to improve - like a star quarterback on the football field. But to experience the greatest change in your relationship, I’ll encourage each of you to explore and pursue individual objectives that promote the success of your team of two. Working as a team, you can discover ways to improve communication, build trust, and reconnect. This is how I help couples, and if the approach appeals to you, please contact me