Smoothly Transition into Retirement with Your Partner
Our counseling provides the compass for navigating your retirement journey hand in hand.
Retirement is not just a personal journey; it's a new chapter for your marriage.
The Relationship Place is dedicated to ensuring that this transition strengthens your bond, rather than challenges it. Our experienced therapists guide couples to adapt to this life stage with grace and unity.
Why Seek Counseling Now?
Align your retirement dreams and goals for a fulfilling future together.
Address the emotional rollercoaster that can accompany this life change.
Discover new opportunities for connection without the stress of work.
Our Transition Services
Custom sessions designed to reinforce your partnership during this transition.
Pre-Retirement Therapy Getaway Intensive
Interactive and informative sessions for marital enrichment.
Individual and joint guidance to help navigate the emotional and practical aspects of retirement.
Testimonials from couples who’ve bolstered their marriages with our preventive counseling approach.
Helpful information about the value of preventive counseling and what to expect during sessions.
Many individuals in a relationship come to see us without their partners.
You might want to come alone because you want to work on your own problems that you’re having in the relationship.
You may also want to attend therapy by yourself if you’re ambivalent about staying in or leaving your relationship and want help making a decision.
If your partner is unwilling to attend therapy with you, you may also want to attend counseling alone. Once you make positive changes in your behavior, it’s possible that your partner may also make changes that will help to improve your relationship.
In addition, if your partner sees you benefitting from therapy, he or she may later decide to attend therapy with you.
Sometimes therapy doesn’t work because the timing is off. Maybe one or both of you weren’t ready to make the commitment to therapy in the past.
Or, maybe you didn’t stick with therapy long enough to solve the deeper issues, so you reverted back into past negative patterns once you ended therapy.
Perhaps the therapist or the therapist’s style or methods were not the right fit for you.
Just because you didn’t get the results from therapy that you hoped for in the past, doesn’t mean you won’t get better results this time.
Just like anything in life, if you don’t get what you want or need, it’s important to keep trying.
Of course! You likely argue enough at home, so we don’t want you to do that in our therapy office. We create a safe and structured environment for you to work through your problems in a constructive manner.
We show you concrete skills that can help you not only solve your current problems but will help you long into the future. Our goal is for you to have the skills you need so that you likely won’t need to come back to therapy.
Absolutely. We’ve helped many couples heal when there has been a betrayal.
When infidelity has occurred emotions can be very intense. The person who had the affair can feel ridden with guilt and the partner can experience deep pain and anger.
It can take some time to work through these feelings, but with the will and a commitment, our therapists can help you move through this painful experience and come out the other side stronger than ever.
It’s even possible that your relationship can become more fulfilling than it’s ever been.
Looking to deepen your connection?
As you step into retirement, let's ensure your marriage thrives. Together, we can turn this transition into a celebration of your shared life.
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It all starts with a free personalized phone consultation.
Take the first step. Feel better!
Schedule a 15-minute Phone consultation.
Couples Therapy - 50+
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