When I work with couples, I like to give them concrete tools they can use to improve their relationships. One of these tools is the concept of the Emotional Bank Account. This idea was developed by the famous couples’ therapists and researchers, Drs. John and Julie

At some point or another, the topic of sex always (ahem) comes up when I work with couples. Sex is a very important part of a healthy relationship and when it isn’t working right for both partners, problems can… arise. Interestingly, some studies even suggest that, regardless of

With all of the wonderful self-help books and resources available today, sometimes it’s hard to know whether you really need therapy. Maybe the problem that you are experiencing is something that you could take care of on your own. That certainly would be cheaper!

However, there are some

With 50% of first marriages and 67% of second marriages ending in divorce, more and more families are becoming blended. However, despite the commonality of the situation, it’s not always easy for new step-parents to win over their spouse’s children.

Even the

If you are like most people, the first thing that comes to mind when you decide to work on your relationship is something that you can do for your partner. You start to think about getting him tickets to a playoff game, or cooking her your