Posts From: Couples Category

Posted On: 15 Oct,2018 By:
Category: Couples, EMDR, Relationships, Uncategorized

EMDR in Couples Therapy

EMDR or eye movement desensitization and reprocessing is something that can be really helpful in couple’s therapy. It can really help us to be able to resolve our feelings about our current relationship as well as deal with past issues that may be plaguing us both. Curious how?

Posted On: 24 Jul,2016 By:
Category: Couples, Relationships

Relationship Help: Accepting Influence

Many people ask for relationship help when arguments seem to keep reaching an impasse. What can you do when you feel like both of you are locked in your positions?

Posted On: 1 Jul,2016 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat, Couples

A Close Relationship: Do you Have One?

A close relationship is something we all want. Two relationship experts, John Gottman and Julie Schwartz Gottman, studied relationships for over 40 years. They found that the friendship a couple has really is the foundation of the relationship. Below are some questions created by the Gottmans to help you think about your relationship: We enjoy doing […]

Posted On: 26 Jun,2016 By:
Category: Addiction, Couple's Retreat, Couples

Addiction and Couple’s Therapy

  Addiction and couples’ therapy were two things Jack and Jill* never thought they’d be involved in. But here they sat in my office trying to figure it all out.

Posted On: 16 Jun,2016 By:
Category: Couples

Gay Professionals in Banff and Canmore

Gay professionals in Banff and Canmore are not that common. So just how do they meet? Read on to learn about the story of Shane and Andy, two gay professionals in a committed relationship in Banff.

Posted On: 24 Nov,2015 By:
Category: Couples

What Kind of Marriage do you Want or Have?

  What kind of marriage do you want or have? Despite the broadening of our concepts of what marriage is supposed to be like, the divorce rates of first time marriages

Posted On: 17 Nov,2015 By:
Category: Couples

Should You Get Married?

Should you get married? Deciding whether or not to tie the knot is one of the biggest decisions

Posted On: 9 Feb,2014 By:
Category: Couples, Introverts and Extroverts

Opposites Attract but can they Stay Together?

In the Beginning   Ron was initially attracted to Anna because she had her life so together. She knew what she wanted to do for a career and actively worked to achieve her career goals. She was at the top of her class and kept striving to be better. Anna aced all her assignments while […]

Posted On: 2 Feb,2014 By:
Category: Couple's Retreat, Couples

Are Shared Values Enough in a Couple’s Relationship?

Debbie and Derek have been married for over 20 years. The most important part of their love for one another has always been their shared values. Derek has always been a hard worker and a good provider. Debbie was born to be a mother.

Posted On: 17 Jan,2014 By:
Category: Couples

Sex Talk: Communicating about Sex

Communicating about sex with your partner can be challenging. Considering some ways your comfort with sex talk has been influenced can be helpful.