COUPLES THERAPY

COUPLES THERAPY

with

The Village Institute

Our Approach

Nothing adds to the fulfillment of one’s life more than a flourishing relationship. Likewise, nothing feels more painful than a relationship that is just not working. This is one of the reasons we are so passionate about couples therapy at TVI.

We understand the immediate needs that a couple has when seeking help, as well as what it takes to create the lasting change that a couple may dream about, yet believe to be impossible.

Many people experience shame in the midst of a relationship that is not working, but there is no need to. Our bodies, our cars, our homes, all receive our attention through maintenance and up keep. Our relationships need the same attention.

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mutual commitment

In a psychotherapy session at The Village Institute, patients and therapist alike both talk and listen. We believe that successful psychotherapy requires an active contribution on the part of both patient and therapist. 

mutual CONTRIBUTIONS

The patient brings a willingness and determination to make changes in his or her thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The psychotherapist contributes his or her expertise and is creatively engaged in producing effective therapy sessions. 

PERSONALIZED TREATMENT

Patients often come to us in search of increased self-awareness and personal insight. Often, patients also request treatment for specific issues. Unlike other mental health clinics, at The Village Institute, patients will receive personalized, focused treatment.

Psychotherapy involves both talking and listening. We believe that successful psychotherapy requires an active contribution on the part of both patient and therapist. The patient brings a willingness and determination to make changes in his or her thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The psychotherapist contributes his or her expertise and is creatively engaged in producing effective therapy sessions. In a psychotherapy session at The Village Institute, patients and therapist alike both talk and listen.

 

Psychotherapy (or counseling) is a proven psychological treatment for anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other psychological problems. In psychotherapy, the patient and the therapist work together to:
  • Clearly identify the nature of the patient’s emotional difficulties
  • Develop a deeper understanding of the underlying “roots” of emotional difficulties
  • Promote change in unhealthy feelings, thoughts and behaviors
  • Enhance ongoing self-reflection to solidify changes