Couples Counseling in North Carolina
Maintaining a healthy relationship with your partner is hard work. Adding in the stress of kids, work, money and it can seem almost impossible to stay connected with your partner. At CBT Counseling Centers, we offer couples counseling in North Carolina to help couples who are at all stages of their relationship.
Couples Counseling in North Carolina Isn’t Just for Couples on The Brink of Breakup
At CBT Counseling Centers, we offer couples counseling in North Carolina not just for couples that may be on the brink of splitting up, or divorce, but also to couples who are simply looking to better understand their partner, or to reconnect after any number of major life events.
Reestablish Intimacy and Connection Through Couples Counseling in North Carolina
Some couples who come to our office for couples counseling in North Carolina are looking to deepen their connection. They may feel that they’ve grown apart for any number of reasons, and want to feel in love with their partner once again. At CBT Counseling Centers our licensed and experienced therapists can help you to create more connection and intimacy with your spouse to recover that feeling that you had when you were first together.
Couples Counseling in North Carolina for Affairs or Infidelity
Some couples we work with are attempting to deal with infidelity, either through a physical or emotional affair. Couples counseling in North Carolina can help couples determine whether ending the relationship completely, or working on the relationship is the best option. While infidelity can be incredibly devastating for many couples, it’s possible that counseling can help them to build a stronger connection and relationship than ever before.
Dealing With Life Transitions
Any relationship morphs over time, and to survive, it must change based on a variety of life transitions such as moving in together, becoming parents, navigating life after kids have moved out, caring for aging parents, and so on. Couples counseling in North Carolina can help you and your partner navigate through these often difficult transitions and receive support both from your partner, but also from an unbiased third party.