Pillow Talk Therapy
For partners in a romantic relationship looking to learn how to overcome issues, manage conflicts, strengthen bonds, or increase intimacy. Wording hints at traditional monogamy but focuses more on the romantic relationship as the focus of treatment.
For individuals or partners who struggle with sexual dysfunction. This is likely to be either emotional, physical, or both and affects your happiness and/or the happiness of your relationship. This also includes those who identify as kinky and acceptance of any form a person's sexuality takes.
For individuals or partners who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual, or any other underrepresented person. We are educated, empathetic, and provide individual or relationship therapy to meet your needs.
Alternate wording for couple therapy to include those who are in a relationship involving more than one partner, such as those practicing polyamory or an open relationship.
For individuals struggling with the residual effects of a negative experience ranging from a car accident to active combat. One of the most common forms of trauma is interpersonal (ex: relationships with family and friends) and contributes to our personal identity.