"I want to be your favorite hello and your hardest goodbye"
Counseling + One
Different circumstances will dictate who should attend your therapy session. There may be times when Individual clients need to bring in their partner or significant other into the session. This occurs when it is in the client's best interest or at the recommendation of the therapist. Sometimes it is best if the other person joins in for therapy when the client needs to improve upon couple skills and be able to demonstrate/practice in session; or to have a difficult conversation with his or her partner.
Regardless if you are dating or in a long term committed relationship, many issues can arise when the health of the relationship starts to suffer. Maybe you are struggling with communication issues, feeling disconnected, or misunderstood? Bringing your partner into the session to work together in skill building can improve your communication, help you better understand each other, and become more connected.
Clients will be limited to three sessions. If there is an indication for more work to be done the client will be referred to couple's therapy.
I DO NOT RECOMMEND COUPLES' COUNSELING FOR ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS ABUSE IS NOT A “RELATIONSHIP” ISSUE Please clickto read for more information
Office Information: Wishing Well Relationship Center, LLC 4301 Darrow Rd., Suite 1600B, Stow, OH 44224 Phone: 330-414-8586 Email:email@example.com