Couples Therapy is offered for partners who wish to strengthen, nurture, and address ongoing issues within their relationship. Our Therapists use The Gottman Method which is an approach to couples therapy that includes a thorough assessment of the couple relationship and integrates research-based interventions. Sessions focus on:
- Establishing boundaries
- Improving communication
- Learning how to express thoughts and feelings constructively
- Invigorating the bond by establishing shared values and long-term goals
*Cost of sessions depends on the number of hours used. Clients can expect to pay anywhere from C$150-$300. Please be aware that you must book a minimum of 3 therapy sessions with the Therapist.
Who to book with...
Kelly Halonen, MSW, RSW
There are many reasons that can bring a couple to counselling such as issues with communication, betrayal of trust, or even just wanting to build a better foundation. Using the Gottman Method, Kelly works to help couples learn how to communicate more effectively, and continue to build their relationship. She believes that change comes from working together in an open, genuine, and nonjudgmental space.
Kristen Arntzen, MSW, RSW
Conflict in relationships and in families can feel daunting. How do you find ways to communicate in times of hurt and betrayal? How do you navigate major life transitions and times of stress? How do you increase your feelings of intimacy and love? Couples sessions provided by Kristen are informed by the Gottman Method, which focuses on disarming conflict and increasing friendship and affection.
Kristen Sohlman, MACP, RP
Kristen provides couples and family therapy by taking an eclectic and empathetic approach to therapy informed by Emotionally Focused Family Therapy, the Gottman Method, Family Systems, as well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Kristen helps couples and families facilitate healthy communication, to recognize patterns within their relationships, and assists in strengthening and building existing patterns to become healthier, respectful, fulfilling, and more intimate relationships. Therapy is meant to initiate healthy communication and change, to nurture the important and intimate relationships between couples and family, as well as helping couples and families move towards one another when experiencing conflict, trauma, or other difficult situations.