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Renewing Your Relationship

Helping You Achieve a Committed and Fulfilling Marriage

 

Laura Melgosa, Marriage and Family Therapist

925/922-2775

 

 

Couples Counseling - San Ramon, Danville, Livermore, Pleasanton & Dublin

 

 

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How Therapy Can Make a Difference 

Amongst the many issues that couples bring with them to therapy, the common denominator most often seen is the inability for couples to “effectively” communicate with one another.  What once felt effortless is now experienced as a huge roadblock in the relationship.  How can a couple overcome the stressors, problems, and crises in their lives if they are unable to communicate with one another and truly be heard?  Effective communication is essential in problem solving, and without it, where are you?

Within a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental environment, marriage therapy provides a couple the opportunity to identify and explore their issues with the guidance of an objective and experienced professional.  Therapy also offers a neutral “space” to learn more about your relationship, recover from emotional wounds, and discover new ways of reconnecting with one another.

Text Box: “Love is more than just a feeling ~ it’s a process requiring continual attention.  Loving well takes laughter, loyalty, and wanting more to be able to say, “I understand” than to hear “You’re right.”
								Molleen Matsumura

Effective Communication

The goal of effective communication is to obtain a mutual understanding and work towards finding a solution that pleases both partners, rather than one partner “winning”  or being “right.”  With effective communication, and a dedicated commitment to change, your relationship can be well on its way to regaining the love, trust, and intimacy you once shared. 

Who Can Benefit From Therapy?

A couple does not have to be married to benefit from therapy.  Whether you’re engaged, married, in a committed relationship, or on the brink of a separation/divorce, if your relationship is suffering in any way, therapy can provide a substantial benefit to your relationship. 

Given a couple’s determination and commitment to bring about change within their relationship, it is truly possible that a couples goals of therapy can be accomplished and maintained for years to come. 

 

 

 

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Laura Melgosa, M.S., MFT   MFC 34899