St Cloud Counselor for Marriage Counseling, Communications, Relationships & Career
Marriage Therapy, Couples Counseling, Individual Counseling for Teens and Adults, as well as Career Consulting
, Life Coaching and Business Consulting & Coaching
for this week of June 18th, 2018. Text, call or email for a short complementary consult.
Couples & Marriage Counseling
We specialize in strength-based marriage & couples counseling for
communications breakdown, loss of trust, sexless or low sex marriages, silent treatment, hurtful arguing, anger, infidelity, affairs, inappropriate texting and pornography use, excessive video game use, parenting disagreements and threats of separation and divorce.
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Change Can Feel Overwhelming [Build Upon Your Strengths]
One can become paralyzed with overwhelming stress and anxiety, feeling drained and losing your ability to respond. Our job is to help you navigate through difficult times, bringing clarity to your situation. Together, we can marshal your outer resources and build upon your inner strengths to overcome your challenges. Many of our individual and couples
Affordable Rates | Sliding Fee Scale
Insurance does not cover counseling for married people and those in committed romantic partnerships, as a troubled relationships are not mental illnesses. We have a sliding fee scale. You can trust that doing counseling with is completely confidential. Simply email, call or text at 320-223-9481 for a no-cost consult. email@example.com
Working with Business Owners
Many of our individual and couples clients are self-employed business women and men. We can understand the unique challenges faced by those in family owned businesses who may also be struggling with their marriage. For specific business consulting and coaching services, or career counseling, see St. Cloud Business Coach, our business coaching and career reinvention website.
Resources for Troubled Marriages
The St. Cloud Times articles, “Energy Vampires,
” and “He Cheated. Now What?,”
were based in large part on interviews with Richard Chandler, MA, LPC. The articles were written by
journalist, Stephanie Dickrell.