Frequently asked questions

What to expect:

Since reality and meaning are created by you, what you think and believe about your problem and yourself is very important. It is also significant what is happening for you in the present moment, in the therapy room, and in the therapeutic relationship you have with your Evolve counselor. Your problems will be understood by looking at some of your beliefs about yourself, the world, and how you might be unknowingly perpetuating the problem. People are best understood based on how they relate to others. This is rooted in the patterns learned in their most significant relationship experiences – usually their relationship with their parents. Therefore, your family attachment history is very important in your therapy and healing. Even after all that’s happened, you can you heal the hurt and restore your love for yourself and others. The good news is that these skills can be taught, it’s never too late to save a marriage or a relationship. Even if your partner won’t participate in the therapy with you, there are immense benefits of therapy for yourself.

Questions to ask yourself:

If the majority of your answers are yes, you might benefit from counseling as a couple:

  • Are you worried about your relationship and feel alone in the desire to improve it?
  • Do you feel alone or isolated in your relationship?
  • Do you lack support from your partner and others?
  • Have you or your partner been experiencing life challenges that have impacted the relationship?
  • Do you have problems communicating with your partner? Have you lost the connection?
  • Are you angry all the time? Or is there a stony silence in your home?
  • Is your relationship struggling because of the betrayal of an affair?
  • Are you or someone you love addicted to porn?
Help is here for you and your relationship.


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