Marriage & Couples Counseling
One life is messy, let alone two! Individual issues become couples’ relationship issues and even the best relationships need a helping hand. Our therapists are licensed professionals trained to help couples take the first step towards a healthy, loving relationship!
In-Person Sessions Available for the DFW-Area. Telehealth Available for All of Texas.
Couples Therapists On Staff
Erin Waldrop, MA, LPC
Erin is a Licensed Professional Counselor with nearly 10 years of experience working with couples to improve communication, overcome conflict and come to resolution.
Phoebe Lo, M.E.D., LPC
Phoebe is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in Child Therapy, Couples & Marriage counseling. Phoebe is Gottman Level 2 Certified
Bree High, MA, LPC-A
Bree is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate experienced in working with couples.
Can therapy help my relationship?
Couples counseling can and most often does help! Relationships require work and that’s ok. Most couples get positive results from relationship therapy in just a few sessions. Our licensed counselors have extensive training in interpersonal dynamics and communication between couples. They can listen, observe, discern and gently draw out underlying relationship issues. Relationship and marriage therapy can help advance numerous goals that might be critical to the survival of a couple.
Benefits of couples counseling
Couples counseling can help achieve a variety of goals including but not limited to:
- Mend and heal broken relationships
- Feel more loved, appreciated & supported
- Rebuild trust
- Reignite spark and romanticism
- Enhance physical and emotional intimacy
- Create healthy boundaries
- Process individual and relationship trauma, together
- Reduce tension and conflict at home
How does couples therapy work?
Couples therapy has a few different modalities that can be used. At Mosaic Way we primarily use the Gottman method and Behavioral Therapy.
The Gottman Method
The goals of Gottman Method Couples Therapy are to disarm conflicting verbal communication; increase intimacy, respect, and affection; remove barriers that create a feeling of stagnancy; and create a heightened sense of empathy and understanding within the context of the relationship.