What is Couples Therapy?
It takes two to tango and two to have a relationship; however, navigating the relationship dance can be quite difficult at times. On occasion, it may feel as though you are speaking a different language, you aren't on the right page, feel disconnected, or at a never ending war.
Relationships aren't easy and there is no such thing as a perfect relationship. They take work. Every couple goes through difficult periods that may seem impossible to work through. Whether you are experiencing your first frustration or it's the 11th hour, it can always be beneficial to seek support. At New Growth Psychology, you can learn to grow together, work through hurts and hang ups, create new and deeper connections, and establish a solid foundation on which to build your relationship.
Why Couples Therapy?
The purpose of Couples therapy is to help you both on helping a couple work through challenges, connect, understand each other, heal from past or current hurts and develop healthier ways of being with each other.
Common Relationship Issues Include:
sex and intimacy
loss of connection
differences in values and upbringing
Couples Therapy Details
Couples Therapy Session:
New Growth Psychology charges $220 per Session as per the Psychologists' Association of Alberta.
Sessions are approximately 50 minutes, which allows us time to complete notes, update your file and to prepare for the next client.
Additional costs if completing the Gottman relationship check up questionnaires.
We offer both online video and in-person therapy sessions.
Contact Zac Berg for further information.
Couples Therapy Approaches
Emotionally Focused Therapy
Teaches couples to be emotionally accessible, responsive, and engaged with each other, create a positive shift in partners interactions and patterns as well as foster the creation of a secure bond between each other.
Gottman Couples Therapy
The goal is to restore healthy functioning to distressed couples, that may be stuck in chronic conflict, coping with infidelity, or engaging in other destructive patterns. Couples will examine their patterns of interacting, and will learn to implement relationship-building and problem-solving skills as a team.