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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Couples Therapy For One

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We invite you to explore the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions in the section below. 

Do you have a question we haven't addressed here? Feel free to call our Cherry Creek counseling office at (720) 457-3342 to speak with a member of our therapy team. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you live your best life.

Couples Therapy For One

couples therapy for one | cherry creek counseling | cherry creek coGreat question!

First of all, well done you for having the courage to seek support for your relationship. It can be tough to show up alone.

Secondly, we understand that every marriage is made up of 2 moving parts: you and your partner. A bit like a yin and yang. When one partner starts to change, the other partner will behave differently...because half of the system started to shift.

There is no magic pill here, but we can tell you that this does work to create new, different and sometimes unexpected results at home.

Finally, your therapist's job is to help you understand your role in your relationship, your yin to his yang, as it were. Her job is not to tell you that he is bad, wrong, or broken -- or whether or not you should leave him...but rather, she will hold up a mirror for you so that you can see what you are saying, thinking, or doing that is contributing to a relationship that feels stuck or broken. This process helps to create a clear map or guide as to how to best move forward.

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Ready to get started? Call us right now, (720) 457-3342. Really looking forward to hearing from you!

If your spouse is not yet interested in counseling, that’s ok! You can still come into our counseling office by yourself! We offer Couples Therapy for One specifically for this situation.

Many of our clients have found relationship relief by coming in, meeting with a counselor, and starting the healing process on their own. There is no shame in attending Couples Therapy for One. Commonly, one party is interested in couples counseling while the other person is hesitant. Often, however, when one party begins attending couples counseling, the other party soon develops an interest. 

Do not get upset if your partner is hesitant about beginning couples therapy. Until they are ready to meet, you can still work with your therapist, build trust, and start sorting out some of the more significant issues in your relationship. 

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If you feel like it is time for something to change, it only takes one person to get the process started! 

Still not sure? Give us a call right now at (720) 457-3342, and our helpful client ambassador can answer any of your questions. We are currently accepting new clients, and we have couples therapy for one sessions that can begin immediately.

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Our office is moving! We are moving to a new location in Cherry Creek and will be open there on October 30th. We will be closing our Detroit St. location in the last week of October for moving. During that time we will be offering our sessions via Zoom. 

We are so excited to see you on October 30th at our new address, Cherry Tower, South Cherry St. Suite 220 Denver, CO.