Marriage Counseling/Couples Therapy
Ponte Vedra Psychologists
Marriage Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Marriage Counselor
If you are worried about the future of your relationship, you have plenty of company. A majority of couples are divorcing, and surveys reveal a lot of dissatisfaction in marriages.
Fortunately, something can be done about it. marriage counseling, couples therapy, marital therapy, relationship therapy, family therapy, family counseling, pre-marital counseling, divorce counseling, infidelity, relationship enhancement And that’s where Dr. Garamoni can help you -- he specializes in Marriage Counseling--also called Couples Therapy, Relationship Therapy, Marital Therapy, and sometimes Family Therapy. Dr. Garamoni is an experienced psychologist who can understand seemingly hopeless relationship problems and formulate comprehensive treatment plans to resolve them. He begins by conducting thorough interviews and administering questionnaires to pinpoint sources of satisfaction and dissatisfaction. He works quickly to stop any destructive exchanges, prioritize critical issues, and foster a renewed sense of intimacy, passion, and commitment.
Over half of Dr. Garamoni’s practice is devoted to couples therapy. Physicians, attorneys, and other professionals refer couples to Dr. Garamoni for help with a very wide range of concerns. These referrals include married couples as well as unmarried couples, including same sex partners. Some couples come for pre-marital counseling to prevent trouble in the future. Some couples seek relationship enhancement. Others are in acute stress following some crisis that threatens their relationship. Many couples have experienced a gradual loss of intimacy, passion, or commitment--they feel stuck and want professional help to restore love to their relationship. Some come specifically for Sex Therapy.
Couples may come for relationship therapy, but are better served by Family Therapy in which children, parents, or other members of the family are involved. In some cases, one or both partners may need individual therapy to alleviate symptoms and improve the relationship. For example, Cognitive Therapy for Depression, Cognitive Therapy for Anxiety, Stress Management, or Career Counseling may be recommended.
Dr. Garamoni often sees couples struggling with infidelity, an especially difficult crisis in any relationship. Fortunately, many couples are able to feel increased hope after learning that partners often do recover from this traumatic experience and are inspired to do the hard work necessary to save their relationship.
For partners who cannot work through their differences, separation or divorce may be the best choice. In divorce counseling, Dr. Garamoni does his best to help couples separate in constructive ways for themselves and any children involved.
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