Couples Therapy

Creating healthy attachments

Creating healthy attachments in your relationship During my professional practice as a therapist, I got to see how some people may misunderstand the concept of attachment and dependency.  From my point of view, it is important to know that attachment is an emotional, healthy and positive bond that is formed over time between people. It…
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Soulmates: is real love a real thing?

Soulmates: is real love a real thing? "Soulmates'', thought of as a match to perfection, is a fairytale idea, an idealistic and utopian concept that has been in our minds subconsciously since childhood. Movies, books, spoken legends have created this stereotype of the perfect couple with common interests, similar beliefs, and a constant state of…
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Low sexual desire: why is this happening to me?

Low sexual desire: why is this happening to me? Low sexual drive is one of the most common problems for people and couples in long-term relationships. This affects both women and men. There might be many reasons behind this problem, but today I want to talk about the frequent reasons that I found during the…
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Improve Communication in Relationships

7 tips to improve communication in couples   As a couples therapist it is clear that clients in my practice tend to come with various types of problems, and I think I can say with some confidence that there are almost always communication issues, or a lack of communication altogether. I say almost because we…
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