Tag Archives: couple’s counseling

11 Signs of Domestic Violence. Get Help, Get Out!

Physical Violence- using ones’ physical strength or presence to control someone Behind closed doors many individuals struggle with an abusive partner. The longer you live that way the harder it is to get out and someone will definitely get hurt. … Continue reading

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3 Things You Can Do at Home to Improve Your Relationship While You’re in Couple’s Counseling, Marriage and Family Counseling, Upland, CA

When you are in couple’s counseling with me, you will learn mindful communication for discussing important topics with your partner. Sometimes couples save all their important discussions for when they are in session with their therapist. Especially in the beginning … Continue reading

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Do You Feel Disconnected From your Partner? 2 Things You Need to Save Your Relationship! By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, Claremont, CA

Do you feel disconnected from your partner? Has this been going on for a long time? If so, don’t wait any longer!! The longer you are disengaged the more difficult it is to find one another again. However, you can … Continue reading

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Did Your Partner Cheat on You? Have you Cheated on Your Partner? By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT Glendora Therapy

I¬†work with many men or women who have been betrayed by their partner as well as the partner who cheated. It’s a very painful experience and yet I see my clients learn to cope and move on. Why would you … Continue reading

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Can’t Stop Fighting? Here’s 3 Things You Can Do To Save Your Relationship! Ilissa Banhazl, marriage and family therapy, San Dimas

Many couples are in couples’ counseling but may notice that not much is getting better. That’s probably because you are not ready to discuss your couple issues together and you would both benefit from discernment counseling first. Discernment counseling is … Continue reading

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Where Did Physical Intimacy Go? By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, La Verne

Maybe the first question I should ask is how’s your communication? When communication goes, so does sex. Who wants to be close with someone when you feel misunderstood or not able to express yourself? The first thing you can to … Continue reading

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Has Your Partner Been Unfaithful? Learn How to Cope… By Ilissa Banhazl, MFT

Part of what you can expect after infidelity is that the person who strayed needs to figure out why they made the choices they did and if they want to stay, how they can rebuild your trust. But for you, … Continue reading

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What Are You Doing To Make Your Partner Feel Loved on Valentine’s Day? Written by Ilissa Banhazl, MFT

It’s important to make your partner feel appreciated and loved every day but Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to have some fun and say I love you. Here are some words of appreciation for you partner: 1. I appreciate … Continue reading

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What Happens In Your First Session of Couple’s Counseling? by Ilissa Banhazl, MFT, Glendora

The first thing that I will do is explain about counseling and confidentiality. I’ll ask each of you to tell me what some of the issues are and your individual as well as couple goals. In session, we’ll practice discussing … Continue reading

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Are You Really Hearing Your Partner? by Ilissa Banhazl, MFT

When your partner has something important to discuss with you or you’re having a disagreement, do you really listen when your partner speaks? Or are you ready and waiting to defend yourself or your point of view? We need to … Continue reading

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