The Montfort Group

Couples Counseling

what we offer

Statistics have shown that couples wait to enter couples counseling four years too late. This is not that surprising. None of us like to take time out of our schedules to discuss our problems, especially our relationship issues. We all would love to believe we can handle things on our own, but unfortunately we wait until there is a “crisis.” We wait until we have exhausted every other resource available and then, feel exhausted ourselves.

As couples’ therapists, we are keenly aware of these facts when you walk into our office. We know you are frustrated, somewhat desperate, and perhaps even slightly hopeless. We also know how complicated the “answers” can be. None of it is easy. Not only have we been through our share of difficult relationships as professionals, but we are completely fascinated by how they work. We must read and study on this particular subject more than any other. We have always felt that having healthy relationships directly correlates with the quality of your life.

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Affairs

We have worked with many couples that were able to save their marriage after an affair. If you and your partner have decided that you are committed and want the relationship to work, counseling can be instrumental in rebuilding trust in your relationship.

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Parenting

Parenting can be satisfying and fulfilling. But it can also be difficult and time-consuming. Parents must tend to an infant or child’s daily needs. They are also responsible for helping each of their children develop life skills. These skills include daily living skills, social skills, and appropriate behaviors.

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Conflict

Keeping the peace is no easy task, not with so much going on in the world and so many people feeling so stressed. If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed lately, you are not alone, but you do not have to let those feelings erupt in conflict.

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04

Divorce

We help people who are considering divorce, are going through divorce, or have a high-conflict divorce that never seems to get any better.

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Intimacy

At some point, most couples will need to have sometimes difficult conversations about sex. We help couples build communication patterns around sex, as well as help them identify solutions to deepen intimacy and to enhance the sexual experience.

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Extended Family

There’s an illusion that once you are a couple, you automatically both inherit and know your partner’s family. It’s easy to take for granted how hard it can be to get to know each other’s families. And because of this, it’s an issue partners easily throw up their hands and give up on because they don’t realize the work involved.

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Blended Family

As you blend two families, differences in parenting, discipline, lifestyle, etc., can create contention between you and your partner. We help you and your partner find common ground and agree on consistent guidelines about rules, and discipline with children.

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Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive one’s emotions, comprehend them clearly and realize how others might be affected by them, allowing one to maintain relationships more effectively.

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LGBTQ+

LGBTQ+ couples face some unique obstacles on top of the obstacles heterosexual couples face – such as family isolation, religious injuries, and social attacks. Together, we will work on strengthening a new relationship, improving a long-term commitment, and dealing with any outside factors that may be putting pressure on your relationship.

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Multi-Cultural

With the right support, dating doesn't have to be frustrating or overwhelming. Our goal is to help you date smarter. Clarify what patterns you don't want to repeat, what you're looking for, and how to find it.

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Communication

By relearning how to communicate with your partner, you can say what you really mean. Through couples counseling you can learn how to clearly communicate your needs and your fears.

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Codependence

Codependent people feel compelled to take care of others. With poor boundaries people may feel they are responsible for the issues or emotions others are experiencing – or may feel others are responsible for the issues or emotions they are experiencing.

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