Marriage Counseling for People Who Care

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By the time most of us make the call for help with our relationship we are farther down the road than we ever thought we would be. It can be heart breaking. You fall in love and do your best to build a life that you can enjoy together and hope that everything is going to be okay. If only it were that simple.

The time is now to make it better.

Whether you are at a cross-road in your relationship or tired of having the same argument over and over about things that seem to have no solution or perhaps equally as painful –  not arguing and instead, simmering in the pain of unresolved hurt and anger.

It is not too late

Though you may be feeling at the end of your rope, if you are ready to take on the challege of therapy and give yourself and your relationship the attention it needs, truly amazing things can happen.

I’ve seen it many times, couples that come in and try, really can turn things around. In a short amount of time small shifts can make big changes. Things begin to improve and resolve. For some, you may just need a new perspective and helpful tools to for connecting, communicating and co-creating change. Wherever you are in your relationship, it’s okay. You don’t have to give up. There Is Hope.

Marriage counseling can be like training with a great coach. Much like a coach, I will compassionately teach you new skills, help you un-learn damaging habits and support you while you practice creating the relationship that you really want.

What if my partner doesn’t want to come with me?

You can start improving your relationship even without your partner there.  There are things that you can do to feel better, gain insight, get clarity and begin making the shifts and changes that not only bring you more happiness, but will ultimately improve your relationship and increase the chances of your partner wanting to participate in making your relationship more satisfying too.

What is unique about Marriage Counseling + Relationship Therapy with Rachel?

Have you ever had a coach that was 100% committed to your success? If you have, you know how good it feels to have someone skilled on your side. As a seasoned marriage counselor and relationship therapist, I see my role as a guide and coach that cares. I will listen, collaborate, participate, teach skills, help you unlearn old habits that are no longer serving you, stretch you to discover new healthy habits, cheer you on, and encourage and support you as you reach your relationship goals.

Clients have been amazed at how much they can accomplish in a short amount of time. There are even times when it can be fun.

An avid learner, I remain up-to-date on the latest relationship science to bring you real life tools that you can use to start improving your relationship today.  This may be hard to believe right now, but there is no limit to how much better things can get.

Healing and repairing after an affair

Infidelity hurts. Broken agreements can leave us feeling isolated and alone. An affair can bring up many feelings for both partners; betrayal, fear, sadness, loss, embarrassment, humiliation and anger to name a few. You may be wondering if your relationship can truly survive and heal after an affair. The truth is it can. There is action that needs to be taken and work that needs to be done, but things can get better – even better than they were before.

I have worked with many couples who have successfully navigated the healing process. It can be done and I can show you how. If you are in need of support, please don’t hesitate to reach out. You are not alone. I want to help you have the love, peace and trust that you desire.


Are you ready to Feel Better and say Yes to yourself?

If you answered Yes, here’s what to do:

  1. Call, text or email me today at (512) 415-2896 for your free 20-minute phone consultation.
  2. If you’re ready to Schedule an Appointment simply click on the Schedule
    Appointment button below. I will contact you within 24 hours to discuss your needs.

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