COUPLESTHERAPY

“Bring your vision for your relationship to fruition.”

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In Couples Therapy, partners have an opportunity to bring greater understanding to the unique stories that they each bring to their relationship “flow.” A focus on growing both individually and together becomes the cornerstone for couples work.

Approach

I use the Gottman Method and draw from Ester Perel’s work, which integrates psychodynamic, attachment, systemic theories, and body-oriented and mindful therapy approaches.

Many of the couples that I have worked with have expressed that they have been able to experience a much deeper connection with their partner through gaining greater awareness and understanding of their unique relationship dance – which, often, can encompass unhealthy relationship patterns, individual sensitivities, and also interpersonal wounds, as well as a history of un-serving beliefs.

Couples therapy can help if you would like to learn how to:

  • EXPERIENCE a deeper connection with your partner
  • CREATE more intimacy
  • ENGAGE in loving, respectful communication
  • HEAL past hurts
  • BUILD trust
  • ALLOW understanding
  • STRENGTHEN the vision for your relationship
  • ATTUNE to one another’s deeper needs
  • REGULATE the cycle of conflict and disappointment
  • RECOVER from infidelity
  • HONOR one another’s life dreams
  • FEEL empowered and aligned with your values
  • WORK through major differences\
  • MOVE on if considering separation or divorce

Amy-Noelle is a Relationship Therapist and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology with a counseling specialization from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has received training in mindfulness-based approaches and positive psychology. She has also received training in The Gottman Method of Couples Therapy. To add, Amy-Noelle has received training in mindfulness-based approaches with world-renowned speaker, author, and teacher Eckhart Tolle.

Amy-Noelle is a member of the American Counseling Association, International Positive Psychology Association, and Gottman Referral Network.

Prior to establishing her career in psychology, Amy-Noelle spent over 10 years working in marketing, publication, and event production, 4 years of which were overseas. The greatest insight that she has gained from working with people from diverse backgrounds is that “we all share an inherent desire to express our signature brilliance and honor our deep inner calling.”