Welcome to The Couples Therapist Couch

048: Kinky Folks and Non-Traditional Couples with Heather Garner

As therapists there is a lot we can do to make people feel more comfortable and safe to open up. Doing our own work to challenge biases is an important part of helping other people grow. Part of what is ...
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047: George Faller on Pursuers and Withdrawers in EFT

Many couples fall into a predictable dance that neither one of them want to be in. They end up being stuck in this pattern and can’t seem to free themselves. One partner is the pursuer and one partner is that ...
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046: Millennials and Gen Zs in Love with Shadeen Francis

Expectations for relationships are changing faster than ever. What was considered “normal” for our grandparent’s generation is being challenged and evolving all the time. In this interview with Shadeen Francis, we talk about the ever changing realities of relationship expectations ...
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045: Multi-Heritage Couples with Melvin Escobar

When we assume that someone is right and someone is wrong, we are already setting ourselves up to be frustrated in the conversation. Instead of proving who is right, it is much more effective to be understanding and compassionate, especially ...
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044: Building an Online Presence through Social Media with Dr. Julie Hanks

Most therapists don’t like the idea of being in front of dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of others. We feel right at home with one or two people in our office, but we need to build confidence in showing up ...
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043: Beyond Mars and Venus with John Gray

50 years ago men and women were more likely to know what each of their different roles were and feel competent to fulfill their partner in the relationship. In the last few decades women have become more empowered in their ...
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