so you can get on with becoming the person
or couple that you want to be

Integrative Framework

"An integrative framework means that we first identify the conflicts or core struggles in your life. We take a look at what you see, and also, what you don’t see — what is unacknowledged underlying your thoughts, feelings and behaviors."

"Then we work on accepting it all, so that you can be at peace with who you really are. Ultimately we build solutions into your life that help you become who you want to be, so you can lead a more fulfilling life, take personal responsibility, create greater self-awareness, and change."

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT)

Couples get stuck in patterns, which can raise walls and resentments. EFT fosters a safe place for couples to explore the emotions they bring into the room, so that each partner can see the “dance” they play out in the here and now.

Awareness leads to vulnerable and often courageous discussion where both parties lower walls and open hearts. Honest communication helps to change the dynamic and create more appreciation, confidence, and love than ever before.

Research into the EFT model supports its effectiveness. The model has developed over the last 30 years and is one of the most progressive ways of understanding attachment and bonding.


It is just as important for a therapist to be able to listen to what is being said as what is not.