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Couples Therapy Arlington, VA

Couples Therapy Arlington, Virginia

Every relationship faces challenges, and it’s normal to feel stuck at times.

Unfortunately, the romantic concept of living happily ever after is true only in fairy tales and love stories. In the real world, even the happiest couples face daily challenges that make it hard to maintain relationship satisfaction and balance.

Whether you’re dealing with communication difficulties, intimacy issues, the same fights over and over again, or you’re just having a hard time staying close and connected, we’re here to help you and your partner build a relationship of love, trust, and true partnership.

We provide couples therapy Arlington to help you address dissatisfaction with dating, marriage, and parenting. Our therapists use evidence-based methods to get to the root of your issues and then provide you with effective tools and techniques to help you resolve them constructively whenever they arise.

At the Counseling Center of Virginia®, we believe that every couple has the potential to grow stronger and more connected through therapy. If you’re ready to invest in your relationship, reach out today. With the right support and guidance, you can achieve healing, connection, and intimacy in ways you never could have imagined.

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Our Couples Therapists in Arlington

Our therapists are trained in a variety of modalities such as the Gottman and Imago, ensuring that we can find the approach that works best for you and your partner. Our sessions are held in a safe and supportive space where you can freely express your concerns so that you both can feel heard and understood.


Andrea Miller, MA, NCC

Andrea has a special interest in working with Trauma and PTSD, Career Counseling, Anxiety, Depression, Self-esteem/Personal Growth, Life Transitions/Adjustment, Relationship Conflict, Multicultural Issues, Religion and Spirituality, Self-harm, Suicidal Ideation, and ...

Emma Ratpojanakul

Emma Ratpojanakul, LMSW

Emma is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in the state of Virginia. She has a special interest in working with clients experiencing life transitions, cultural and racial identity issues, ...


John Perry, MA, NCC

John is a Resident in Counseling in the state of Virginia. They have a special interest in working with LGBTQIA+ issues, relational conflict, life transitions, depression, anxiety, multicultural issues, identity ...

VICTORIA MWONGELA The Counseling center of Maryland

Victoria Mwongela, LCPC

Victoria is a psychotherapist at the Counseling Center Group providing individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and group therapy to clients of all ages. Victoria is a Licensed Clinical Professional ...

Christopher Wright

Christopher Wright – Clinical Graduate Intern

Christopher is a counseling intern at the Counseling Center Group. He is completing his Master of Arts in Christian Marital, Family, and Individual Counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary working ...

Couples therapy, marriage therapy, or relationship counseling is the gold standard psychological treatment for relationship issues. It includes confidential sessions under the guidance of an expert where you and your partner will have the opportunity to deepen your emotional connection, hear and learn from one another, and address difficult issues to create a stronger, healthier relationship.

Your relationship is a system.

Think of your relationship as a system or culture shaped by both of you. In couples therapy, we’ll help you identify the kind of relationship culture you want to create and then guide you in building it.

It’s not just arguing.

You might think that couples therapy is just about sitting down and arguing in front of a therapist. We assure you it’s not. Sure, the intense feelings need to come out, and our role is to help you address them. We promise a controlled environment where difficult topics are addressed with respect and care.

We handle the uncomfortable truth. 

Whether it’s issues like violence, anger, substance abuse, or infidelity, these problems can be confronted with a professional therapist. This requires you to be open and honest about how the relationship has been hurt so that we can help you grow and heal.

We welcome all relationships. 

Whether you’re in a second marriage, a same-sex relationship, a long-term partnership outside of marriage, or part of a blended family, you’ll find the support and guidance you need here 

Lastly, remember that couples therapy is hard work. It requires both of you to be committed and honest about what isn’t working and why. This commitment is often the foundation for meaningful and lasting change in relationships.

Whether your relationship is struggling or you just want to take it to a new level, couples therapy in Arlington can help. We draw from a variety of methods to find what suits you best, including the Gottman Method, Imago Relationship Therapy, and Discernment Counseling. Our expert therapists will give you the tools and strategies you need for your relationship to subsequently benefit over a lifetime. 

If you have any questions or are ready to get started, contact us today!

Do I Need Couples Therapy?

It’s a common misconception that you need to be in crisis to seek couples therapy. That’s far from the truth. Therapy can also be about creating a better partnership, gaining more intimacy, and finding new joys in your relationship. No relationship is perfect, and it’s essential to let go of any idealism. Your partnership might be imperfect, even messy, but it can still be full of love and happiness.

However, if you or your loved one are suffering from any of the following relationship issues, couples therapy is recommended:

  • Frequent arguments and misunderstandings
  • Communication difficulties 
  • Keeping things exciting
  • Infidelity or trust Issues
  • Trouble with intimacy
  • Feeling misunderstood or distant
  • Differing goals and values
  • Financial pressure
  • Major life changes
  • Disagreements on how to raise children 
  • Feeling undervalued or disrespected
  • Verbal, emotional, or physical abuse
  • Loss or Trauma
  • Addiction or substance abuse
  • And much more!

Remember, seeking therapy is a sign of strength and commitment to your relationship. If any of these issues resonate with your current situation, couples therapy in Arlington could be the solution.

Don’t wait for a crisis. Take action now.

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You don’t have to keep feeling misunderstood or upset by each other’s actions. You both deserve a chance to thrive. We can help you build a healthier relationship, one in which you will achieve fulfillment.