Relationship Counseling at the Seattle Relationship Clinic
All people in relationships deal with the same fundamental human dilemma; how to stay connected to another human and maintain a separate self. These two opposing needs, the need for connection and the need for autonomy form much of rhythmic tides that all couples must navigate. Navigating these differences in a way that both promotes the relationship and balances the needs of each individual in the relationship requires a skill set, a practice, and a philosophy, all of which are learnable, but not hardwired in at birth.
All of our counselors have advanced training in couples therapy, and can help you to develop or fine tune your relationship skill set. This includes communication tools, emotional regulation tools, behavioral tools, and a philosophical perspective that allows for two separate people to thrive in a collaborative relationship.
Please feel free to contact us so that we can support you and your relationship.
You can click on the image of each therapist to learn more about their background and approach to relationship counseling.
|Sarah Frey||Jonathan Ehlinger||Joe Nelson||Christina Cantwell|
|Brien Wood||Evonne Noble||Kelsey Wallach|