Relationships can be challenging. Couples therapy is useful whether you are trying to resolve a current problem, learning new skills to prevent an exacerbation of old problems, or working through transitions or stressors in life. Our skilled therapists will utilize a variety of therapeutic interventions to help couples gain insight into their relationship, resolve conflicts, and improve relationship satisfaction. In addition to gaining insight, couples can work on identifying and changing behaviors, as well as exploring more useful ways of interacting with one another.
Find the Right Practitioner for Your Couples Therapy Needs
Lillian Channing, MA
With experience working at the Coalition for Family Harmony and the California Lutheran University Community Counseling Center, Lillian has provided therapy to individuals, couples, and family therapy to clients from diverse backgrounds, the LGBTQ+ population, clients recovering from various forms of trauma, a range of personality and mood disorders, life transitions, and codependency.
Renee Brooks, LMFT
Renee believes that therapy is the collaborative relationship between therapist and client that allows each client to explore not only their symptoms but understand one’s self, while obtaining valuable tools to deal with emotions, conflict, and interpersonal communication.
Alexis Forrey, LMFT
Alexis has worked both administratively and clinically in the mental health field; specifically working with eating disorders, substance abuse, and other co-occurring disorders.
Grant LaVigna, LMFT
I specialize in working with families who are struggling with the many challenges of raising a child with Autism or other intellectual disabilities. I have over 22 years of experience in working directly with special needs kids and adults, in multiple settings.
Angela M. Rukule, LMFT
Angela M. Rukule, LMFT has been practicing in the fields of addiction, trauma, sports therapy and grief for over thirty years. She has worked with the Visiting Nurses Association in Hospice programs, has educated clinicians on understanding the process of grief and has incorporated her knowledge of life transition to apply to the treatment of addiction.