Relationship Counseling

You feel like you’ve lost a sense of yourself along the way. Now, loneliness is building with flashes of exhaustion, resentment or, worse, indifference. Too much time has passed with little intimacy and connection. Even the predictors of separation–The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (i.e., criticism, contempt, stonewalling and defensiveness)–now stamped through your relationship. Now it feels like you’re roommates or business partners who no longer communicate.

Bottom line: Your relationship is stressed. Perhaps your head is full of mind-chatter after the discovery of an affair, or struggles have emerged from blending families. Regardless, you’re fighting more and loving less. You’re at a loss as to what to do.

Our Approach

Relationship 2.0

Your relationship, for it to thrive, needs a total makeover: Relationship 2.0. Supercharge this new beginning by using the latest science on intimate partnerships and what differentiates the disasters from the masters.

Gay couple enjoying breakfast
Black couple, happy couple
“Relationships are hard work. So many demands get in our way. Yet, we all want to be loved and seen as whole and worthy people. I help couples release the stories that keep intimacy at bay. Together, we chart a new course.”

— Dr. Tom Murray

Our Style

You deserve a bulldog when it comes to fighting for your relationship. Our clients expect a “tell you how it is” therapist. They want us to bring a realness to sessions and ensure that the voice of the relationship is heard.

Consequently, we offer a unique approach to couples’ work. Unlike many couples counselors who orchestrate sessions as if doing individual therapy with two people in the room, which often contributes to failed treatment, your sessions focus on the dance that occurs between you. You can trust that your vital issues will be addressed and QUICKLY! We want to help you get to where you want to go as fast as possible.

That’s what makes us unique!

Our Successful Couples

Most of the couples whom I serve experience overwhelming negative mind-chatter about their partners. They’re lonely in their relationship, missing that time when they experienced a powerful emotional and spiritual connection. My successful couples are ready to take full responsibility for their part in improving the relationship. They want to see their partner with fresh eyes, renew the intimacy between them. They are courageous, eager, and deliberate.