Marriage, Couples, and Individual Counseling in Roseville, MN
Serving couples and individuals in Roseville, Saint Paul, Minneapolis, Shoreview, Falcon Heights, New Brighton, Arden Hills, and
anywhere in the Twin Cities
Whether you or your partner have been to a counselor before or this is your first time,
welcome. Whether just one of you is anxious to get some counseling, or you're both at your wits' end, my goal is to connect with you both.
Even if you're at the point of desperation, I can help you save your marriage, not by propping up the status quo, but by helping you build
My particular area of passion is working with couples (of all kinds, be they married, cohabiting, same-sex, engaged, etc.)
because it is through the relationships we have with others that we experience the most stress, and the most joy in our lives.
In addition to training in couples therapy, I have also been trained to work with couples on the edge of crisis, such as separation
or the imminent threat of divorce. Making a marriage that's worth having always takes work, but in a crisis situation we'll work
on putting out the fire in front of us before moving on the nuts and bolts needed for a solid relationship.
On the other end of the spectrum, I also work with "90/10" couples: the folks who describe themselves as people with a
good relationship most of the time, but who tend to get stuck on the same thing again and again, and are having a hard time
getting unstuck. Wherever your relationship comes down, I'm happy help you get it back on track.
When considering whether to seek counseling or not, many people have a lot of questions both about counseling in general and about the counselor in particular. Here are some of the questions that I've found to be common:
You can also read about my approach.
My goal is to help demystify what counseling is and help make your
individual life, or relationship one with more wholeness. I believe
that no matter what problems you may face, they are addressable in
counseling. The ultimate goal of counseling is to come away feeling
more confident, secure and able to handle the problem you came in for,
or any problems that may come down the road.
But first you need to pick up the phone, or shoot me an email. I look
forward to hearing from you.