Las Vegas, Nevada
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with over twenty years of successful experience in working with Las Vegas area couples, I am ready to help you transform your relationship.
What many people don’t know is that couples therapy and marriage counseling aren’t the same as individual therapy. It’s more complex, more dynamic, and requires extra time and effort. This is why I schedule 90 minutes for each session – so we can get real issues out on the table and make substantial progress.
I will help you take a careful look at yourselves and the relationship you’ve made together. We’ll explore the good and not-so-good aspects of the life you share. Whether you’re married, living together or separated, change begins right now with your commitment to come together for the health of your relationship.
Skills. Will. Trust. Successful therapy needs all three. I bring the skills, you bring the will and we all bring the trust.
- Compatibility conflicts
- Empty nest syndrome
- Falling out of love
- Hopelessness or desperation
- Intimacy or sexual issues
- Lack of trust
- Motivation/Priorities/Roles & Responsibility
- Negotiation and decision making skills
- Physical or emotional affair
- Polyamory or alternative relationships
- Pre-marital issues
Clinical Approach: Developmental Model
Years of Experience: 20+
- Coach Coach
A relationship coach supports couples in learning vital partnership skills and helps you to develop conflict resolution skills, offering tools to achieve a thriving, healthy relationship. Coaches tend to focus on the present and creating an inspired future.
All well-trained relationship specialists seek to offer advice, feedback, observations, and homework to help your relationship evolve. Therapists and counselors have mandatory educational and licensing requirements that are determined by the state or country in which they practice. Coaches do not.
- LMFT (Licensed Marriage Family Therapist) Marriage and Family Therapist/Counselor (LMFT)
All well-trained relationship specialists seek to offer advice, feedback, observations, and homework to help your relationship evolve.
Therapists and counselors have mandatory educational and licensing requirements that are determined by the state or country in which they practice. Obtaining this license requires a Masters degree which takes approximately two years of post graduate study. The license also requires 3000 hours of supervised work and passing written exams.
Counselors and therapists may make situational determinations about how deep to go into the personal history of each partner. They may seek to help you see where certain unhelpful patterns of behavior originated.
- Developmental Model of Couples Therapy
- Telehealth (virtual)