Couples Therapy Can Help
- Rekindle emotional and physical connection
- Learn how to talk about sex, conflict, money, parenting decisions, in-laws, and other difficult topics
- Discover how to fight fair, and remain connected even when disagreeing
- Repair emotional ruptures after betrayal or loss
Get Support During Significant Life Transitions
- Creating a blended family
- Expanding your LGBT family
- Navigating non-traditional families
- Growing Your Family
- Adoption (Including Pre-Adoption Assessment)
- Foster Care
Explore Important Premarital Conversation Topics
- Open Communication Around Sex
- How to Talk About Money
- Explore Each Other's Child Rearing Ideals
- Discuss Religion/Spirituality
- Build Intentional Relationships with In-Laws
Meet Our Couple's Team
At The Catalyst Center, we take pride in our promotion of healthy relationships of all types. We love nurturing intimacy and love in all the forms it takes and we hope you will take some time to celebrate love and connection during this Pride weekend!
Our children will only get the best of us if we ensure we have our best to give. If you have ever been on an airplane, you might have heard instructions on what to do if the cabin pressure changes, which requires everyone to wear oxygen masks. Flight attendants instruct parents to put THEIR OWN mask on first prior to assisting children. Why would we choose to help ourselves first in such a situation? Because if we pass out from lack of oxygen before we finish helping our children, who will be available to them in a time of need?
I just finished re-reading what I consider to be some of the best information about couples and relationships out there, Dr. Susan Johnson’s “Hold Me Tight: Conversations for a Lifetime of Love” (2008). Dr. Johnson is the founder of Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy and her book explores the attachment principles behind human connection, specifically within intimate partnerships. For many people, this book serves as a complete reframe of conflict within couples.
Families are complex and need customized attention in order to promote lasting change. Family assessment can be a powerful tool to help foster communication, understanding, and shared goals for improvement.
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Catalyst Center is considered an out-of-network provider and this is something to take into account as you prepare for open enrollment.
The adoption process can be daunting and there are many opportunities for support if you know where to look! The Catalyst Center is passionate about promoting healthy families of all types and we want to offer our expertise to help you prepare for the amazing, yet challenging changes.
A well-done assessment can be an incredibly powerful way to make learn about your strengths, areas for growth, and possible ways to enact change in your life. Read more to find out about your opportunities for self-improvement.
If you find you and your partner are struggling in your relationship, we might have something that could help! Learn more about Therapeutic Assessment and how it can benefit your relationship!