Did You Know
Couples who engage in counseling experience significant improvements in communication, conflict resolution, and overall relationship satisfaction, leading to stronger and healthier partnerships?
Relationships are beautiful, complex, and sometimes challenging journeys. At Yuvana, we understand the intricacies of couples' dynamics and the importance of fostering strong and healthy connections. Our couples psychotherapy services are designed to support couples in navigating challenges, enhancing communication, and creating a more fulfilling relationship.
Our team of experienced and compassionate therapists specializes in working with couples from diverse backgrounds and relationship stages. We provide a safe and non-judgmental space where you and your partner can openly express yourselves, explore underlying issues, and develop effective strategies for resolving conflicts.
Whether you are facing specific issues such as trust, intimacy, or communication, or simply wish to strengthen your bond and deepen your connection, our couples psychotherapy sessions offer a personalized and tailored approach to meet your unique needs.
Take the first step towards a healthier and happier relationship. Contact us today to schedule a couples psychotherapy session and embark on a transformative journey of growth and love.
What Do You Get?
A dedicated therapist throughout your journey
Availability of more sessions if required
Effective communication between you and your partner
Interventions if needed
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Single-Session Therapy Really Work?
Yes, you won’t know till you try it.
Can I Have More Sessions?
Yes, if you need to, you can contact your therapist and set up a new appointment.
Is Single Session Therapy Only For Specific Problems?
No, SST solves any issue that might arise. If the therapist believes that you need extra sessions, he or she will properly inform you.
How Long Does A Single Session Therapy Take?
You will participate in a single session of our RECBT (Rational Emotive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) therapy that lasts between 50 and 75 minutes.