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Building Intimacy with Schema Awareness


Group Program for Couples

Join our Integrative Couples Therapy Group, where we combine ACT, Schema Therapy, and Somatic Techniques to enhance your relationship. Our expert-led sessions provide a safe space for open communication, helping you and your partner navigate challenges with new strategies. Connect, learn, and grow together. Sign up to deepen your bond and build a happier, healthier future together.

Duration: 8 weeks
Cost: $100 per session
Participants: Limited to five couples

Group Couples Therapy

Explore Your Limiting Beliefs in Relationships

Embark on an interactive experience where you’ll work alongside other couples to explore and understand your relationship patterns. Through structured sessions that integrate questionnaires and discussions, you’ll identify core beliefs, schemas, and coping behaviors that influence your relationship. Learn from the experiences of others and gain insights into schema maintenance and how these patterns affect your connection. Our program, guided by experts in ACT, Schema Therapy, and Somatic Techniques, will equip you with practical skills to align your actions with your values, fostering a deeper, more meaningful bond. We utilize the Interpersonal Schemas Questionnaire to identify your schemas (core beliefs) in relationships

Sign up now to start transforming your relationship through shared learning and personal growth.

Learn New Coping Skills and Communication Strategies

This is a unique group psychotherapy experience for couples who have a desire to learn new coping skills and communication strategies. Group members will take an interpersonal schemas questionnaire to identify their schemas (core beliefs) in relationships. You will learn to identify your triggers, schemas that you have in your relationship, and gain an understanding of your behavioral responses and how they contribute to a negative cycle in your relationship.

Practice of New Behaviors

This group is both a skills-based group and a process group. This means that each session will include learning new skills, practicing new behaviors, and exploring feedback from other couples in the group. You will learn to recognize themes and patterns in your relationship and identify the core beliefs that are getting in the way of changing your behaviors and being the kind of partner you want to be. In order to break painful relationship patterns, you will learn mindfulness skills to observe your negative thoughts and identify the behaviors that hurt your relationships.

Join us by signing up for the waitlist

Currently, our groups are at capacity, but we will be launching fresh containers in January 2024

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We help you align mind, body, and action. Our psychotherapy offerings for individuals, couples, and groups—both online and in-person—are meticulously designed to guide you through overcoming a variety of mental health issues.

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Check Out Our CBT Quizzes

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