Relationship Therapy for Individuals
Sacramento, CA & via Online Therapy in California
You can have happier, healthier relationships
We Help People Have Better Relationships.
You are not alone.
“Why am I so bad at relationships–when everyone else seems to have figured it out?”
Aren’t relationships supposed to be the good part of life?
Then, why does it seem like they are so hard?
When it comes to work, your home, hobbies, and friendships…you mostly have it all together.
But your love life–that’s another story.
Whether you are perpetually scanning the dating apps,
been married for years,
or serially monogamous (until inevitably, it ends)…
It doesn’t need to be this way. With relationship therapy for individuals, we can make that happen.
Relationship therapy for one can help you figure this out.
You and your therapist will look at your life-long relationship experiences and patterns.
Perhaps how you healed from a childhood that was maybe a little less than ideal.
And, most of all, improve your relationship with yourself.
With relationship therapy for individuals, move towards the life and relationships you want.
Hi, I’m Megan, therapist and founder of Love Heal Grow Counseling. We support amazing adults who are ready for closer and more connected relationships. Through relationship therapy for singles, your therapist will support you with compassionate and effective therapy methods. These methods are based upon decades of research so that you can have a better relationship with yourself and others. This leads to a more fulfilling life.
Relationship therapy for individuals can help us get closer.
Through relationship therapy for one, our therapists have worked with hundreds of individuals who are ready to make changes. Through our work together, we have an incredible effect on their life and relationships.
We would love to support you.
Relationship therapy for individuals in Sacramento, CA is for you whether you are currently single or in a relationship.
With relationship therapy for individuals, we have different options. You can meet with your therapist in Sacramento, CA. Or, through online therapy in California.
If you are considering relationship therapy for individuals in Sacramento, CA, you may be…
–Worried you’ll always feel alone. Or, worried you’re bad at relationships. Maybe you’ve had current or former partners give hurtful feedback. Maybe they said that you are too needy. Or, don’t communicate very well.
-Frustrated that relationships can feel so energizing and hopeful in the beginning. But soon, your partner shows signs of pulling away and shutting down. Or, just not opening up very well. Mixed messages really hurt!
–You may have read a lot of relationship self-help books. Probably listened to all the relationship podcasts. Or, follow lots of relationship advice Instagram accounts. You want to learn more about how to find and build healthy relationships. But for some reason, you still feel stuck and confused by your own (or their partner’s) feelings and behavior.
–Confused about what you should do. Stay in your current relationship or leave? Continue meeting people on dating apps even though it seems like nothing’s going anywhere? “Just learn to love yourself” and give relationships a break altogether? It’s hard to figure out what direction to go. And, it feels like time just keeps on passing as everyone else seems to have it all figured out.
Our relationships therapists can support you in relationship therapy for individuals by:
-Listening, like really listening. We want to get to know you, your experiences, and what your important relationships have been like. Relationships across the board have an impact. Our relationships with our family, our first, and formative friendships. Along with dating relationships and significant romantic relationships. These all help shape how we feel, think, and act when it comes to building an emotional and physical connection with partners.
-Supporting you as you make connections between past and present–patterns pop up all. the. time. when it comes to our relationships. Sometimes we are aware of these patterns. And, sometimes we aren’t. With a deeper understanding and awareness, we can start changing our own dance in these patterns to build the relationships we want.
-Identifying stuck areas and unsticking them. You want a secure attachment. But, you’re anxious in relationships. And, keep finding partners who are avoidant? Let’s explore that. You get stuck in your head and extra self-conscience on dates or in times of intimacy? Let’s build some skills to keep you in the moment. You over-analyze every interaction and start to feel pretty panicky? Or beat yourself up inside? Let’s free you from that time exhausting cycle.
-Being the unbiased, nonjudgemental person in your life so you can open up about the hurting, embarrassing, scary parts while also learning to really love yourself.
Relationship therapy for individuals can help you:
-Get out of your head and build a real connection. You want less stress when it comes to relationships, and it is possible!
-Learn communication techniques that foster better connection.
-Feel more confident when opening up emotionally, having sex, or asking for what you want.
-Set healthy boundaries that aren’t just good for you. But, help others know and love you as well.
-Finally understand that love yourself, self-compassion thing. Not in a cheesy way. But, genuinely have a better sense of connection to yourself.
Love Heal Grow Therapists:
Madison Hamzy, AMFT (Online Only)
Natalie Delfin, LCSW
Susan DuBay, LMFT
Linda Rolufs, LMFT
Ashley Rodriguez, AMFT (Online Only)
Charisse Brass, AMFT
Rachel Cloud, LCSW
Maria Dimachkie, ACSW
Ashley Jacobs, LMFT
Ann Marie McKnight, LMFT
Jessie Regan, LMFT
Megan Negendank, LMFT, CST
You are capable of rich and fulfilling relationships,
self-acceptance, and a more fulfilling life.
Schedule online with your Love Heal Grow therapist today!
Click here to visit our scheduling page. You can also visit our fees & questions page for more information on our practice. All appointments are scheduled online through our client portal, but if you would like to speak with our intake coordinator before scheduling please leave a voicemail at 916.572.7412 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also reach out to a therapist directly to request a 10-15 minute phone consult.