Looking for couples or marriage counseling ? Dr. Daniel Sadigh (PsyD, LMFT, MFC 48597) is the best marriage counseling expert in Los Angeles
Among life’s most challenging tasks is respectfully resolving conflict without breaking connection with the other. Most couples experience conflict; it is a common and healthy aspect of any relationship. The issue, however, is how couples resolve conflict, which cannot only be problematic, but reflective of deeper issues troubling the relationship, such as trust, dependency, or fear of abandonment.
In my work as a one of the best Los Angeles counselors with couples, the interpersonal dynamics are explored and the impediments to intimacy and connection are identified and worked through in a safe, honest space.
Giving your marriage the best possible start is the key to a long lasting, healthy marriage. Pre-marriage counseling helps you to understand your responsibilities as two individuals, and as partners in life.
Most Los Angeles couples spend more time planning their weddings than their marriages! With divorce rates at an all time high, a marriage needs stable foundations. Many of my clients have the foresight to examine their relationships before going through the mental, emotional, and financial investments of a failed marriage.
In six weeks of educational and experiential sessions, romantic partners learn about themselves, each-other, and how to develop a long-lasting relationship through effective communication.
- Learn effective communication skills
- Learn how to listen emphatically
- Understand and discuss role expectations
- Learn conflict resolution skills
- Explore and understand each others spiritual and religious beliefs
- Identify and address any family issues
- Set personal, couple, and family goals
If you are ready to create a deeply connected partnership with the love of your life, Call Dr. Sadigh for a free phone consult: 323-997-9001.
Most marriages aren’t perfect. Each person brings his or her own ideas, values, opinions and personal history into a relationship, and they don’t always match their partner’s. Differences don’t necessarily mean your relationship is bound for failure. To the contrary, differences can be complementary if understood correctly. Differences or habits that you once found attractive may irritate you after time together, especially during challenging times. Whatever the cause, conflicts in a relationship can create stress, tension, sadness, worry, fear and insecurity. Ignoring the problem or just getting use to the situation not only will not help your marriage, it may worsen the relationship. Staying in a bad relationship can eventually lead to physical pain and emotional suffering. Remember, you are not the only one suffering from your failing marriage; the suffering ultimately takes a toll on your kids, family, friends and your career.
Marriage counseling can help you understand and resolve conflicts and improve your relationship. It gives couples the tools to communicate better, negotiate differences, problem solve and even argue in a healthier way. In some cases, you might realize that going your own separate ways is the best solution for you and your partner. Marriage counseling is often short term. You may need only a few sessions to help you with your relationship, or you may need marriage counseling for several months, particularly if your relationship has greatly deteriorated. As someone who has been in a long-term relationship, I have a thorough understanding of the variety of challenges married couples face. I also work with and support non-married couples facing problems inherent in their unique relationships.
Is your relationship stuck or in a rut? Learn to effectively communicate with your partner for a fulfilling and compassionate relationship. Call Dr. Sadigh for a free phone consult: 323-997-9001.