When life is difficult, relationships difficulties are often one of the first issues to arise. Interpersonal problems are a common symptom of many psychological problems, and are a secondary effect of many others.
Romantic conflict can arise for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, external forces place pressure on the relationship and result in strain. Other times, personality, cultural, or religious differences can divide people. Navigating life transitions (such as having children, or children leaving home) can be extremely taxing on a relationship. Of course, couples struggling with difficult issues such as infidelity and discussions of divorce can often benefit from the guidance of a trained couples therapist who can act as a neutral third party.
Our therapists are trained in the method of couples therapy that is best supported by research evidence. Contact us today to learn how we can help.
Couples Counseling Using the Gottman Method
John Gottman has been researching what helps couples stay together, and what predicts relationships will fail, for several decades. Based on this research on successful marriages, Dr. Gottman and his wife have developed method for couples therapy based on what works.
Several Front Range Treatment Center therapists have received specialized training in the Gottman method of couples therapy. Contact us today to learn how we can help your relationship.
If you’re newly engaged, you may be thinking about how to best protect your future. In addition, many couples may be required to attend pre-martial counseling by their church or religious organization.
Marriage is massive commitment, and many unexpected events can (and will) arise to challenge you throughout the years. Many people find it incredibly helpful to think through some of those issues and get on the same page with their spouse-to-be before (or shortly after) the wedding. How will you raise your kids? How will you address financial and family stressors? How can you improve your communication style to “future-proof” your marriage?
Here at FRTC, our trained couples counseling can help you think through these issues and more, using a structured and time-limited program.