Therapy for Neurodivergent Relationships and Couples

We are wired to connect. We believe healthy connections with our loved ones support an overall sense of well-being.

Do you feel like you are struggling with the important relationships in your life? Whether you are stuck in unhealthy communication cycles, spiraling further away from feeling connected, or struggling to stay on the same page with those you care deeply about, we can help. Relationship and couples therapy is a safe place to explore communication styles, identify areas of growth, and gain insight on new ways to connect with your loved ones in a safe space. With a deep rooted belief that healing often happens in the context of relationships, we are passionate about supporting partners through navigating common life stressors such as: parenting, divorce, blending families, processing grief, healing from trauma and living with chronic illnesses.

Types of Relationship Counseling:

  • Marriage Counseling
  • Relationships
  • Couples Counseling
  • Neurodiversity Affirming
  • LGBTQ+ Affirming Counseling
At ABC, we also integrate The Gottman Method for couples counseling into our relational therapy sessions. The Gottman Method is an evidence-based couples therapy approach, supported through decades of extensive research on relationship dynamics in marriages and intimate relationships.  Dr. Gurash has completed Level I Training in The Gottman Method for Couples Therapy and she is currently in the process of completing their Level II training.
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“Connection is why we’re here. We are hardwired to connect with others, it’s what gives purpose and meaning to our lives, and without it there is suffering.”

-Brene Brown

Common issues in a Struggling Relationship:

  • Lack of Communication
  • Trust and Boundary Issues
  • Parenting Stressors
  • Financial Concerns
  • Infidelity
  • Lack of Intimacy
  • Unhealthy Communication Styles
  • Unmet Needs
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Relational Therapy will Support and Explore:

  • Identifying Needs
  • Relational Trauma
  • Establishing Healthy Communication Styles
  • Breaking Disruptive Patterns
  • Re-Gaining Trust
  • Exploring Relationship Values
  • Embracing Imperfection
  • Safe Connections
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