Deciding to share your life with someone can be both exciting and scary.

Most couples experience conflict at some stage of their relationship, whether it’s while you are dating, after years of being together, or after a significant change like moving, having children or a change in career.  The truth is that you are stronger together and it is not as hard as you may think to achieve the necessary balance in your relationship.  

We enjoy working with couples at all stages of their relationship and have happily worked with couples of diverse sexual orientation and gender identity. We believe it is important to work with couples individually and together to identify their biggest needs and goals for the relationship. If you are struggling in your relationship, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Often counseling can provide clarity and help you learn new and healthier ways to deal with conflict in your relationship. It can also help prepare you for all of life's changes which are seemingly always around the corner.  Few things in life are more important than your relationship with your partner, make it a priority.



Who To Contact:

Kellie Collins



Healthy boundaries in personal relationships are part of a healthy life.

How do we find ourselves in unhealthy relationships? Often, the people we work with come to see they are in unhealthy relationships because of unhappiness or other issues in their life.  Having healthy support and meaningful relationships are essential aspects of a fulfilling life.

We can help you identify toxic behaviors in relationships by working to develop healthier personal boundaries with those in your life. By developing and maintaining healthy boundaries, you will be better able to achieve healthier and more stable relationships.

Changes in your boundaries with others can feel scary and threatening, but ultimately committing to change can help lead to happier and healthier relationships. Counseling can help to provide insight into root of how we interact with others, and how our relationships develop as a result. 


Who to Contact:

Trisha Nozumi