Welcome! My name is Ted, I am a relationship therapist. I’ve dedicated my career to mending romantic bonds by using the most advanced techniques available. If you’re looking for a deeper sense of self, increased intimacy with your partner, and more effective ways to communicate what’s important in your relationship, then you’re in the right place.
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You're likely wondering about my approach to therapy so here it is. Your relationship is one-of-a-kind and your life experiences are unique and nuanced, so the first step will for be for me to get to know you individually and as partners. I’ll help you identify your strengths, growth edges, and conflict cycle so we have the basis for effective therapy. In the room, my style feels like an honest conversation that will help you uncover stuck points in a safe and constructive way. I can hear the skeptics out there saying "I just can't imagine this conflict going any other way" and I totally get where you're coming from. But, I've found, when I'm in the room as a neutral third party, new paths forward open up.
I've trained extensively in an approach called Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT). This approach is the most scientifically-validated treatment for couples and partners right now, showing significant change with about 75% of clients, and moderate change for about 25%. I utilize EFT because I believe it's the best the field has to offer and because the approach works directly on the foundation of your relationship. The science is clear that when you deconstruct your pattern of conflict, you defuse the most triggering parts of your conflict cycle, which empowers you to take risks and engage with your partner in a new experience of emotional safety and trust.
I work with couples around all manner of intimacy and relationship issues including those who identifying as LGBTQIA+ . My experiences have shown me that fostering better communication, and helping you express the things you find most important, can promote a new experience of healing in your relationship.