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  • Sam DiFranco

Marriage & Couples Counseling At Affordable Counseling Center in Tampa FL, and Brandon FL.

Affordable Counseling Center in Tampa FL, and Brandon FL, has a long history of offering couples – whether dating, engaged, married, or separated – counseling services geared towards improving the health of the relationship. We recognize relationships are tough! Thus, our providers utilize a variety of research-based treatments, interventions, and solution focused approaches to arm couples with tools to improve their relationship.

What Can You Expect from Couples Counseling?

Couples counseling is an intimate process between two people who desire to improve their relationship. Regardless of whether you are healing from infidelity, reestablishing trust after a betrayal, or learning how to reconnect in a different season of life, we will walk with you as you learn new communication styles, manage your conflict effectively, and create the relationship you (and your partner!) desire.

While every counseling session and plan are catered to the unique goals of every couple, our Affordable Counseling Center in Tampa FL, and Brandon FL, often follows the Gottman Model for initiating couples counseling. You will attend a joint intake session, individual interview, and complete an assessment. Your provider will review this process with you at your initial appointment. Couples counseling sessions are typically 45 minutes in length and often meet weekly or biweekly.

Couples counseling in Tampa FL, and Brandon FL, can be difficult work, especially if you are working through relationship trauma, betrayal, or feeling disconnected. Many couples experience intense emotions during a therapy session and need time to decompress before jumping right back into their day. We recommend creating a habit of self-care before and after your therapy sessions. This will work in collaboration with your couples-focused session to achieve your relationship goals.

We Can Help Your Marriage and Relationship

We understand contacting a therapist can be an intimidating but important step. It takes insight and courage to admit your relationship needs outside help.


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