Many couples that come to see me will open the session by stating that marital therapy is their last hope for saving the relationship, otherwise, divorce will be the next step. Needless to say, many couples seek therapy when the pain becomes too intense to continue in their relationship and they are seeking immediate relief. Some of the major issues that I have addressed include anger, infidelity, Internet pornography use and/or abuse, communications, trust, emotional abuse, emotional distancing and low sexual desire. I help clients first understand how their individual relational patterns are combining to create their specific relationship. The clients work toward understanding their individual "love languages" and how to speak them along with learning the watermark test of interpersonal relationships. Clients learn how to acknowledge and validate each other's feelings and finds ways to bring new meanings along with different perspectives to develop deeper intimate connections with each other.
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John W. Beiter, Ph.D., CST Clinical Psychologist AASECT Certified Sex Therapist 8365 Pontiac Lake Road, Suite 8, White Lake, MI 48386 412-398-7383 www.BSPItest.com http://drbeitersex.blogspot.com/
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