LGBTQIA+ Couple’s and Relationship Counseling
Our History of Success With LGBTQIA+ Couples and Relationship Counseling
We’ve worked with gay couples, lesbian couples, and polyamorous relationships. Many times they get caught up in the data. We’ve done gay couples therapy for those that need a simple tune up and as well as lesbian couples counseling for individuals who have got caught up in the data. By the data we mean who said what, who did what, and who was at fault. Many people in relationships get stuck keeping tally while the resentment accumulates like a snowball rolling down a massive hill.
No matter your relational needs, our therapists will attune to your concerns efficiently. Whether you’re looking for the comfort of periodic professional help or are facing incredible challenges, we’ll help you understand what keeps your relationships from thriving and we’ll give you the skills to overcome your challenges. As you work toward reigniting your lost passion, we’ll not only help you stabilize your relationship with effective communication, but we’ll also help clear up the root system that created the challenges in the first place.
- Protect your relationship(s) from resentment
- Learn how to balance healthy independence and healthy dependence
- Develop communication skills, such as empathy and active listening
- Address the affects of internalized and externalized homophobia/transphobia in your relationship(s)
- Deconstruct and transition out of repeating arguments
- Develop tools to keep from further arguments
- Learn how to quickly return to attachment repair when arguments arise
- Provide unconditional love for your partner’s authentic self
- Understand the relation patterns that aren’t working you
- Learn how to identity your emotional desires and communicate them effectively
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Meeting the specific needs that you may have, individual sessions are tailored to fully address your challenges with caution, care, and detailed consideration. Working with your primary therapist, you’ll be able to understand the anatomy of your discomfort, what it takes to deconstruct it, and how to build happiness and peace.
Many couples get stuck in the web they created either unintentionally or subconsciously. Your couple’s therapist will be able to determine how the web was made and how to tear it down. We’ll help you communicate effectively and create patterns for staying connected for the long haul.
Parents feel disrespected and frustrated while their children feel trapped and invisible. Although the ongoing power struggle keeps families hopeless, your family therapist will work to dismantle the entrenched dynamics that keep you arguing. It is our goal to ensure you know how to create connectedness, even in the most challenging circumstances.
In person therapy is one of the fastest and most effective way to experience progress towards your goals. Sitting with a therapist in a traditional setting allows for increased non-verbal communication, and can feel like a break from daily or weekly routines. If you are interested in the support and connection that in-person counseling facilitates, we would love to hear from you.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic approach that can be highly effective in treating anxiety, addictions, trauma, phobias, and ineffective relational patterns.
“It changed my life!I used to have daily anxiety, but since EMDR it’s been less intense and I feel like it’s under control.” – Isaac
Taking an EEG of the brain’s activity gives us a powerful perspective to help train your brain to be more resilient. Neurofeedback helps us reduce or fully treat your symptoms. Whether it be something like anxiety, depression, ADHD, or something as small as sugar cravings, Neurofeedback has helped thousands of people overcome challenges that seemed impossible.
Located outside the Denver Metro area but still interested in connecting with us for services? We believe physical location should never be a barrier to getting the support you need, so we offer online sessions to keep you moving towards your goals. Contact us today to explore if online counseling with iAmClinic could be a good fit for you.
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