Couples Counseling

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The Common Bond

I work with couples and families to enhance communications skills and strengthen the common bond. It is critical for couples to first identify their goals in coming to counseling. I believe in exploring every client’s thoughts and feelings in order to reinforce a sense of being heard, and to bring attention to each person’s unique perspective of the problem. They may be miscommunicating what they really want to say, or they may just not understand the right ways to convey what they’re thinking to their partners. By utilizing different types of therapy – including mindfulness therapy, emotional therapy and behavioral therapy – it’s possible to address the root issues that are causing the strife in the relationship. 

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New Ways to Connect

Quite often, couples that go to couple’s therapy find that they’re able to rekindle the love they once thought was lost. I work with many people to help them overcome their challenges and find new things and ways to connect. There is an emphasis working on the skills of listening, negotiation, compromise, mediation and decision-making as a team. I focus on developing skills of assertion, rather than aggression or passive-aggression.

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Some of the topics covered in couples therapy include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Working through infidelity
  • Divorce and separation
  • Sexual incompatibility
  • Physical or mental conditions impacting the couple
  • Same-sex relationship issues
  • Spiritual/cultural differences
  • Financial management
  • Unemployment
  • Co-parenting after a divorce
  • Remarriage & blending families
  • Communication problems
  • Conflicts about child rearing
  • Infertility
  • Anger
  • Changing roles (i.e. workforce reentry, retirement)

Therapeace Counseling, LLC

LaReesa Hooper, LMFT, LADC

651–800–1225
info@therapeacecounseling.com

905 Jefferson Ave
Suite 301
Saint Paul, MN 55102

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During this pandemic and beyond, Therapeace Counseling is now offering telehealth/virtual visits for your convenience and care. We understand that times like this can be challenging on many levels and want to be sure that you feel supported. Please make sure to read the CDC website at cdc.gov to learn more about symptoms and additional information regarding risks and precautions.

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