Online Couples Counseling
Looking for online couples counseling or marriage counseling in Seattle, Bellevue or Washington State?
We’ve got you covered.
Is Your Relationship Feeling Off?
Couples therapy can help.
Whether you’ve been to couples counseling before or this is your first time looking for a therapist, it can feel overwhelming to navigate finding a couples therapist that works for both of you.
Your relationship may be struggling or navigating some of these things below:
- You don’t feel connected the way you used to feel.
- You are questioning if the relationship is working and may have feelings of ending the relationship.
- Your arguments are getting worse and more frequent, or you are exhausted from repeatedly arguing in circles over the same thing.
- You are navigating significant change in your life together, and don’t feel like you are getting through it as a team.
- You don’t have sex anymore or much less frequently than you would like.
- Miscommunications are happening more frequently.
- Grief and loss that is impacting your relationship.
- Political or social views that are different.
- One or both of you are neurodivergent.
- Infidelity and trust issues that you struggle to overcome or often are brought up in discussions.
- Parenting and the stress and demands around it.
No matter where you are in your journey to explore couples counseling, we offer a free 15-minute consultation to see if a Talk. Heal. Thrive. therapist is a fit your relationship.
Our Couples Counselors
How Can Marriage or Couples Counseling Help?
Couples therapy can help you understand the “why” behind your emotions, behaviors, and feelings to make conscious growth together as a couple and understand your partner more. Through therapy, you can also grow to understand better how you are in your relationship and learn communication techniques that can strengthen your relationship.
Our couples therapists come to treatments from a stance of being both trauma-informed (how have negative or traumatic experiences impacted your emotions and responses today) as well as from a somatic therapy approach (where are you feeling things in your body when circumstances, interactions, and feelings come up, i.e., “body psychotherapy”). Models and approaches used are DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Somatic Therapy, Family of Origin Work, Narrative Therapy, IFS (Internal Family Systems), and working collaboratively. Methods are used as they fit your needs and aim to empower you with the tools and techniques to thrive in your life and move toward where you want to be.