Are you tired of feeling misunderstood and constantly at battle in your relationship?

Are you over feeling like roommates?

Are you trying to decide if you should stay or go?

Are you ready to feel connected again?

Life often puts our relationship’s strengths and weaknesses to the test, and it can be difficult to seek help when our most significant relationship falls off track. 

No lasting, successful relationship goes without some turmoil and conflict.

Relationships grow through phases of development and change like any other life form in existence. This is why it is crucial to learn how relationships function, so that you can connect and flourish with your partner more.

At Millennial Life Counseling, a huge part of what we do with couples is normalize the stage of growth you are in (and oftentimes, the pain associated with growth) and establish effective and healthier ways of being together.

Here is one of our mottos: Love must be intentional to be long-lasting. 

It is work well worth it. Unfortunately, too many couples today (even engaged and newlyweds) call it quits before giving their relationship the time, understanding, and space to develop a healthy blueprint to make it last.

Our hope is to help couples strengthen their relationship while fostering their own personal development.  A healthy marriage is a balance of nurturing your relationship, while growing yourself.

The conflict that you may be experiencing in your relationship is actually growth trying to occur.

It is time for you to discover new ways to reconnect with your partner. It is time to get unstuck.

By exploring the patterns and negative cycles that are keeping you in the same old fights and conflict, you will be able to make the shift from behaviors that no longer serve your relationship toward a healthier way of living and loving.

Your relationship can be a place of growth and vitality for each of you, together.

Our team of therapists offer different specializations for couples. Some of our areas of focus are:

Premarital Counseling


Trust Issues

Communication Issues