Couples Therapy - Counseling & Therapy Services - The Juniper Center

Support to Develop Loving, Healthy Relationships that Enhance Your Life

Couples, like individuals, come in every shape and variety. While there is no “one size fits all” approach to working through relationship challenges, the main priority for all of the couples we work with is similar: they seek to develop a healthy relationship. All couples struggle from time to time, and people seek out help for a wide range of reasons. The Juniper Center takes great care in approaching your needs in a flexible, compassionate, and effective manner to help address the specific relationship challenges and needs in your relationship.

If you or your partner feel overwhelmed, frustrated, or exhausted (or all of the above) trying to get your relationship back on track, you’re not alone. We’re here to help. Whether you need help rebuilding trust, enhancing communication, or navigating a difficult period in your relationship, the mental health professionals at The Juniper Center are here to help.

Compassionate Care to Help Couples Gain Trust, Respect, and Communication

Relationships are complicated, and at times they can be difficult. Relationships require effort, respect, compassion, understanding, and active listening to work. Even in the healthiest of relationships, all couples face their share of ups and downs. When left unresolved, recurring challenges and conflicts can chip away at the foundation of your healthy relationship. However, with the right tools and guidance, you and your partner can rebuild or strengthen your connection. Regardless of the challenges you face in your relationship, couples therapy is designed to provide the support needed to reconnect, build trust, build intimacy, and broaden the ways you and your partner interact with one another.

How Does Couples Therapy Help?

We all approach our problems with our unique set of assumptions, fears, biases, and needs. Sometimes these preconceived notions create a filter through which we hear and respond to tension or conflict. Couples therapists are trained specifically to help individuals become more aware and respond more openly and accurately to their relationship issues.

Having a trained third party at the table can be one of the most effective ways to address difficult topics in a safe, empathic, and supportive environment. In many ways, simply deciding to work on the relationship in a structured way is a big part of what helps things change. However, taking time out of your busy life to focus on improving your relationship creates a greater priority in your day-to-day awareness. For many couples, counseling provides an opportunity to refocus on the task at hand, resolving to do it better for another week.

Couples therapy can help you and your partner address a wide range of concerns and challenges, including:

  • Trust
  • Sexual intimacy
  • Infidelity
  • Communication
  • Financial concerns
  • Child rearing
  • Trauma
  • Emotional abuse
  • Physical abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Loss
  • Substance abuse
  • Mental illness
  • And more

A Judgement Free Space for Development and Growth

At The Juniper Center, we help couples build trust, respect, intimacy, and communication, empowering them to work through their challenges. We understand it takes courage to ask for help, and you don’t have to face your fear alone.

With the right tools, solutions, and guidance, you can enhance the relationships in your life. Using a combination of techniques at the forefront of neurological science and compassionate care, we empower our clients to live their best lives. Our team of mental health professionals leverages their extensive experience and training to create individualized treatment plans to help our clients reach their professional, personal, and mental health goals.

What matters to you, matters to us. Contact a member of our team to schedule your no-obligation consultation today. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you on your journey.

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