Couples therapy can be helpful to partners struggling with any aspect of their relationship.
Our clinicians welcome all types of couples — married, dating, or engaged;
heterosexual or same-sex — and at any stage of their relationships.
Lindsey Hoskins & Associates

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LGBTQ Couples Therapist Sterling, VA

If you have been feeling disconnected from your partner and want to become closer again, then contact a Sterling, VA LGBTQ couples therapist as soon as you are able. Maybe you have been missing having a genuine, safe, and intimate connection. Perhaps there have been events in one or both of your lives that have caused you to drift apart in some way. Good relationships are core to our enjoyment of life. Good communication skills can bridge gaps that we may be experiencing in our innermost personal relationships. At Lindsey Hoskins & Associates, we can empathize with that feeling as if your partner is drifting away from you. Let us help you by providing compassionate and guided therapy to bring you back to each other. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment or have questions, we are ready to hear from you.

Couples Therapy Topics

From infidelity to grief, open relationship conflicts and more, there are so many ways that our relationships may not feel as close as we want them to. At this point, it may seem like no matter what you attempt to do to amend the problems, nothing is working. You may feel stuck in an argument that cannot be resolved and are uncertain about your future together. If you don’t know how to repair it, that is where therapy can be helpful. A Sterling LGBTQ couples therapist is highly trained and gentle, offering therapy that is judgment-free. Whatever topics need to be openly discussed, we can provide that safe space to do so.

Communication Barriers

When we communicate differently than our partner, disputes can arise. Whether it is our tone, the words we use, or our facial expressions, how we speak with our partner can impact a relationship. In many instances, conflicts develop due to poor communication. Additionally, if you feel betrayed, ashamed, or blamed, it can be hard to form the right words to describe how you feel. When communication isn’t going well, some people may shut down and disengage from the conversation. This may not be done intentionally to hurt the other, but is someone’s natural response to conflict. When we take a good look at how our communication styles have formed and how others may perceive it, we can strive to communicate more kindly and effectively.

Schedule a Session

Relationship hurdles can affect our daily life and health. You may love and adore your partner, but are struggling to connect in a meaningful way. All relationships have fluctuations, but what matters is what you do with that. If you are considering scheduling a therapy session with a Sterling LGBTQ couples therapist, don’t hesitate to call. At Lindsey Hoskins & Associates, you can have peace of mind that you will be in a safe and open place to talk about what is on your mind and heart. We are ready to speak with you as soon as you would like a therapy session. The sooner you work to amend the rifts in your relationship, the better you will feel.