Marriage & Couples Counseling in Charlotte, NC

Professional counseling services to help couples and individuals build stronger, healthier relationships.

Flexible Therapy Options

Choose between online therapy or in-person sessions in Charlotte, NC.

Expert Therapists

Our team of therapists are dedicated to helping you achieve your therapy goals.

Evidence-Based Approaches

We utilize proven methods like Gottman Method, EFT, CBT, and more.

Couples Counseling

Our couples counseling services are here to help you and your partner navigate the ups and downs of your relationship. Whether you’re struggling with communication, trust issues, or just feel disconnected, our experienced therapists can guide you. We use proven techniques to help you build a stronger, more loving relationship.

  • Communication Skills: Learn better ways to talk and listen to each other.
  • Rebuilding Trust: Get help overcoming infidelity and rebuilding trust.
  • Emotional Intimacy: Discover ways to feel closer and more connected.

Taking the step to go to couples counseling shows that you care about your relationship and want it to thrive. Our compassionate therapists in Charlotte, NC, are dedicated to helping you and your partner find more understanding, trust, and closeness.

Marriage Counseling

Marriage counseling can be a powerful tool for couples looking to strengthen their relationship and navigate life’s complexities together. Whether you’re newlyweds or have been married for years, our clinicians are here to help. We focus on enhancing communication, resolving conflicts, and deepening your emotional bond.

  • Premarital Counseling: Start your marriage on the right foot. Our premarital counseling helps you and your partner understand each other’s expectations, improve communication, and build a solid foundation for a lasting relationship.
  • Conflict Resolution: Learn effective strategies to resolve disputes and prevent them from escalating. Our therapists will guide you in addressing conflicts constructively, ensuring that disagreements don’t harm your relationship.
  • Relationship Enrichment: Every marriage can benefit from periodic check-ins. We offer tools and strategies to deepen your connection, increase intimacy, and maintain a strong, healthy relationship.

Investing in marriage counseling is a step towards a stronger, more connected relationship. Our licensed marriage and family therapists are committed to helping you and your spouse achieve greater understanding, trust, and intimacy.

Our Evidence-Based Approach to Marriage & Couples Counseling

At ChangeWell Psych, we utilize a variety of evidence-based methods to ensure you receive the best possible care. Our goal is to provide you with effective tools and strategies to enhance your relationship and foster lasting positive change.

  • Gottman Method: This research-based approach helps couples improve communication, manage conflict, and build a deeper connection. By focusing on friendship, trust, and shared meaning, we guide you towards a more satisfying and resilient relationship.
  • Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT): EFT is designed to help couples create secure emotional bonds. By exploring emotional responses and fostering understanding, we help you build a stronger, more supportive relationship.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT helps identify and change negative thought patterns that can impact your relationship. By promoting healthier thinking and behavior, this method supports better communication and conflict resolution.
  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT): This approach emphasizes finding solutions rather than dwelling on problems. By focusing on your strengths and goals, we help you make positive changes quickly and effectively.
  • Narrative Therapy: Narrative therapy allows couples to reshape their relationship stories. By focusing on positive experiences and strengths, we help you build a more hopeful and resilient narrative.

Invest in your relationship with expert marriage and couples counseling in Charlotte, NC. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and take the first step towards a healthier, happier relationship. We’re here to support you every step of the way.

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Renew Your Relationship & Build a Stronger Bond

Are you experiencing communication breakdowns or conflicts in your relationship? Do you feel disconnected or distant from your partner? Our couples therapy and marriage counseling services can help you build a stronger, more fulfilling relationship.

Our experienced therapists understand the unique dynamics of relationships and are committed to helping couples overcome issues, such as communication breakdowns, conflicts, infidelity, and more.

Seeking professional help is crucial for couples who are struggling to build healthy and lasting relationships. ChangeWell Psych is here to help you achieve that goal! Some issues that might lead an individual to seek couples therapy include:

Who Is Couples Therapy For?

It’s not uncommon for couples to face difficulties and conflicts. Seeking support can help strengthen the relationship and create a healthier, happier partnership.

Some examples of what might bring a couple to therapy are listed below. If you do not fall into one of these categories that is okay, there are a variety of other reasons couples come to therapy!

Couples who are engaged may seek therapy to work through any issues that may arise before they get married. This can include discussing expectations, values, and goals for your future together.

Many couples come to therapy to improve their communication skills. This can include learning how to express needs and emotions more effectively, as well as how to actively listen and respond to their partner’s needs.

Couples who have recently gotten married may seek therapy to work through any challenges they are facing as they adjust to married life and navigate their new roles and responsibilities.

Couples who are struggling with infertility or adoption-related issues may seek therapy to help them process their feelings and work through any relationship challenges that may arise.

Neurodivergent partners, or couples where one or both partners have a neurological condition such as autism, ADHD, or other related conditions, often face unique relationship challenges that can be difficult to navigate without professional support. Some of the common issues that neurodivergent couples may face include (but are not limited to): communication difficulties, sensory issues, emotional regulation, and differences in social expectations.

Many couples seek therapy to address conflicts that have arisen in their relationship. This can include conflicts related to money, sex, parenting, etc.

Researched-Based Approach to Connection & Intimacy

Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) is a highly effective evidence-based approach to strengthening relationships. It is a short-term, structured therapy that focuses on creating a safe and supportive atmosphere where couples can explore their emotions and work towards building deeper and more meaningful connections.

EFT works by helping couples identify and understand their primary emotions (fear, desire for connection, etc). These primary emotions are often masked by secondary reactive emotions such as anger and defensiveness. By creating a safe space to access these primary emotions, couples can begin to address the underlying issues that affect their relationship.

One of the main benefits of EFT is that it emphasizes the importance of attachment in relationships. By exploring the patterns and dynamics of attachment, couples can gain a deeper understanding of how their actions and emotions are connected. This understanding can help form stronger, more secure bonds and overcome any negative patterns that may be holding them back.

If you and your partner are struggling with communication, intimacy, or other relationship issues, EFT can be an effective solution.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Marriage & Couples Therapy

Any couple can benefit from couples therapy! Some more specific signs that your relationship can benefit from couples therapy include: ongoing conflict, lack of intimacy, communication breakdowns, feeling disconnected from your partner, or difficulty resolving issues on your own.

We want you to have direction in your couples therapy work. Collaborative goal setting can include: develop more communication skills; increase emotional and sexual intimacy; improve conflict management skills; understand attachment wound patterns; and feel closer to your loved one.

We apply evidence-based Emotion Focused Therapy for relationship work. First, we will assess the issues in the relationship and interactional cycle that is keeping you and your loved one(s) stuck. Through this process, we’ll identify your attachment patterns and ways that you cope when triggered. To build de-escalation skills, we’ll work on reframing problems, building connection, and identifying shared goals. In sum, your therapist will help you identify patterns of behavior that may be contributing to problems in your relationship and provide you with tools and strategies to address them.

Couples therapy can help improve a relationship that’s struggling, but it’s not a guarantee that the relationship will be saved. Whether a relationship can be saved depends on a variety of factors, for instance the willingness of both partners to work on the relationship.

It’s not uncommon for partners to have different goals for therapy. Your therapist will work with you to identify common goals and develop a treatment plan that addresses both of your needs. They’ll also help you communicate your needs and concerns to your partner in a productive way.

Absolutely! We honor all relationships. We want to provide a safe, inclusive, and non-judgmental space for you to work through your relationship needs. Our process is systemic and integrative, meaning that we recognize that societal and familial stressors are an important part of relational stress.

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