Why consider post-marital counseling?
Life transitions, especially one as significant as transitioning from married partners to separate individuals or co-parents, come with emotional challenges. Our post-marital counseling services are designed to support you during this pivotal phase.
Our goal is to help you navigate this new beginning with grace, understanding, and resilience.
Sometimes the hardest part isn’t letting go but rather learning to start over.Nicole Sobon
Our approach to post-marital counseling:
Post-marital counseling at Mile High Psychology isn’t just about navigating a divorce or separation; it’s about rediscovering yourself, prioritizing well-being, and setting a harmonious tone for the future, whether as co-parents or as individuals.
Potential discussion topics for post-marital counseling:
For those with children, co-parenting hinges on effective communication, collaboration, and mutual respect. Our sessions provide a space to explore goals and strategies for moving forward together as co-parents.
- Emotional Recovery
The conclusion of a marital bond can elicit a spectrum of emotions, from profound sorrow to lingering resentment. We provide a supportive space where you can navigate these sentiments in a constructive way.
- Effective Communication
Post-separation or divorce, the value of effective communication cannot be overstated. We are here to assist you in refining your communication skills, striving for clarity, constructiveness, and courtesy.
- Restoring Trust & Addressing Discord
It’s not uncommon for trust to be tested or broken among partners who decide to end their relationship . Our role is to work alongside you, as you mend these rifts by fostering a constructive dialogue aimed at addressing any outstanding concerns.
- Envisioning the Future
The culmination of a marriage is not the end of your personal journey. Our post-marital counseling accentuates the value of forging new dreams and goals, spurring you to delve into your aspirations, reconnect with your core self, and identify novel paths to joy and fulfillment.
Embrace your new chapter with confidence
Address barriers and pave the way to a brighter future
Guided by evidence-based therapeutic methods
We provide an environment for open dialogue and tailor our approach to each couple’s unique relationship dynamic and situation.
We integrate elements of various evidence-based modalities to enrich the counseling process:
The Gottman Method
Developed by Drs. John and Julie Gottman over the last four decades, this method focuses on improving communication and empowering partners to approach conflict in a constructive manner. The Gottman approach helps couples develop practical skills and strategies to improve their relationship through empathy, understanding, and positive interactions.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
This research-backed method emphasizes deepening emotional connections for a more fulfilling relationship. By identifying negative interaction patterns that undermine intimacy, the EFT process guides couples in discovering ways to promote mutual understanding and closeness.
Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy
Integrating principles from various therapeutic modalities, IBCT focuses on relationship satisfaction by addressing thoughts and behaviors contributing to distress. This approach helps couples navigate dysfunctional interaction cycles, develop acceptance strategies, and pursue positive change with the aim of building a more resilient relationship.
Meet Dr. Rob Leach
Rob Leach, PsyD, MBA
Letting go doesn’t mean that you don’t care about someone anymore. It’s just realizing that the only person you really have control over is yourself.Deborah Reber
Ready to embrace the next chapter?
Moving on from a marital relationship and establishing a post-marital dynamic can be daunting. We strive to make this transition smoother for you. Please reach out for a free consultation with Dr. Rob Leach.
Discover the path forward, together
Compassionately navigate change with a united vision