Feel Like Your Best Self
Love Your Life Together
Love Your Life Together
Feel Like Your Best Self
Your life together is too precious to spend another second feeling alone and unfulfilled.
Our expert psychologists and mental health therapists will teach you the skills to manage relationship challenges so you can enjoy a meaningful life together.
When you and your partner are not on the same page, everything is impacted. It creates stress that affects your job, home, family, friendships, and sex life.
Experts say that the average couple waits six years before reaching out for help. Many couples put off therapy because confronting the issues can feel daunting. We’re here to tell you that kicking the can down the road is not the answer. The solution lies in confronting the challenges first hand. Therapy can and does help many, many couples.
Your relationship is waiting for you.
Therapy for couples who are in need of a reset
From juggling the demands of your career, family, and social life – couples have a lot crying for their attention. It’s hard to tend to your relationship plus have enough time for the never ending to-do list. Before you know it, it’s been months (maybe years) since you last truly connected with your partner. Feelings of loneliness and resentment may have led (or are starting to lead) to problematic behaviors and patterns.
We know that you don’t want to just coexist with your partner. You want to be more than just roommates. You want passion, trust, dependability, peace, and to create a meaningful life together. However, you may struggle with doubts and thoughts of “is it too late?” “Is there any hope for us?”
The problem is, it’s difficult to figure all of this out on your own. Too often, busy, hard-working couples –just like you– keep pushing through the day-to-day demands and responsibilities without making the conscious decision to give the relationship the time and attention it's starving for.
Many of us were never taught how to communicate, manage difficult emotions, or cope with real life stressors. Loving relationships are supposed to come easy, right?
In order to revitalize your relationship to a new and improved version, it’s important for you to better understand the issues at their core. Once the root cause of problematic issues are identified (hint: the cause is not always obvious), couples can begin to learn the skills and tools to manage conflict, create shared meaning, and fall in love all over again.
Sometimes, it looks like every other couple has it all together. Perhaps you notice all the social media posts of smiling faces and lovey-dovey gestures. When it feels like your relationship is the only one that isn’t firing on all eight cylinders, it can feel discouraging to decide to enter therapy. Some people feel that starting couples therapy means you’re already on the brink of breaking up. Or that problems could get worse. Or that therapy would be too painful.
It’s because of these hesitations that you don’t pick up the phone to schedule a couples therapy appointment. And because problems aren’t dealt with head on, you show up as less than your ideal self in the relationship – or sometimes you might not even show up at all–to be the partner, lover, and friend you know you can be.
We understand how this can leave you feeling hopeless and that breaking up is the only option, especially when you don’t understand why the issues are happening or you don’t have the tools to cope when conflict happens.
At The Psychology Group, we believe that nearly all couples can benefit from therapy. Although it’s fair to say that many couples decide to enter therapy during an intense time in the relationship, it doesn’t have to be that way. It’s never too early or too late to start couples therapy. Our relationship therapists help couples who care about each other get to the heart of their challenges and learn new skills and behaviors that will pave a path forward so you can love your life together.
Here’s how we’ll get started:
- First, you’ll click the link below to schedule a callback
- Our client concierge, Jade, will call you at the time you selected to match you with one of our supportive therapists
- You’ll be scheduled for your first visit where each partner’s concerns will be heard in a nonjudgmental and supportive space.
- After exploring what’s holding you back, we will collaboratively begin an evidence-based couples therapy that targets the specific problem areas and builds upon the strengths in the relationship.
- Your couples therapist will guide you through the process from start to finish.
Call, email, send smoke signals so we can get you started. And in the meantime, here’s a link to our blog with tips on how to build the life you want.
Stop putting off taking an actionable step towards building the life you want and instead start learning how to confidently manage life’s big and small challenges with help from a Psychology Group therapist.
Reginite Your Intimacy
Navigate Obstacles Together
Build a Lasting Connection
Finding any couples therapist is easy. Finding a great couples therapist is hard.
Getting Started Is Easy as One, Two, Three.
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It's quick and easy.
In just a few moments, we'll get to the heart of your unique goals and match you with the best therapist to help.
By making the decision to invest in your relationship, you’ve already begun the process of embodying the happy & self-assured partner you want to be.
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Couples Therapists and Marriage Counselors in Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Couples Therapists Conveniently Located in East Fort Lauderdale
The Psychology Group Fort Lauderdale
2601 E Oakland Park Blvd #502
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
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