Most couple relationships eventually reach a point where a conversation with a third person can be useful. Life together, daily routines, tasks and duties often do not allow us to give our own relationship the attention it needs.
As a result, we may overlook changes and needs in ourselves and others or do not know how to articulate them. A sense of distance arises. Perhaps new things in life are becoming important to us and we can't place or have difficulty placing them. Personal priorities and desires for the future may have changed, privately or professionally. Developments in gender or sexual identity can also become subject in a relationship, sometimes causing a sense of irritation or disorientation.
Couple therapy can help to understand and overcome difficult dynamics and strengthen the connection with each other again.
Prior to the first session, I offer a brief phone coversation, free of charge, in which you can describe why you are seeking counseling.