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Help Your Relationship Grow With Couples Therapy

We provide couples counseling in Denver, Colorado to help you renew your marriage or relationship

Are you struggling to feel connected to your partner or does your relationship feel stuck?

If you’re looking for a way to build a stronger foundation for your relationship so you can work through conflict, anger, or resentment with your partner, we would love to help.

We provide couples counseling in Denver, Colorado to help you figure out what’s keeping your relationship stuck, and learn the skills you need to help your relationship or marriage grow and thrive.



 We provide some of the best couples counseling Denver has to offer. Here’s how we can help you:

Couples Therapy Denver

Discover how to rebuild trust and intimacy in your marriage or relationship

Feeling connection and intimacy are important parts of your relationship. Couples counseling can help you discover how to feel more connected with your partner or rebuild trust that may have been lost.


Learn how to communicate more effectively to get your needs met in your relationship

You both have needs that might not feel like they’re being met anymore. Couples therapy can help you and your partner learn how to express and understand each other’s needs.


Explore how to resolve conflict more productively with your partner

Conflict is a normal of a relationship, but it can be destructive when it’s not managed well. One of our Denver couples therapists can teach you how to work through conflict without hurting one another and strengthen your bond together.

Have Questions About Couples Counseling?

How does couples counseling work?

Couples counseling is a guided process with a professional therapist to help you identify challenges in your relationship so you can work together with your partner and practice skills to help your relationship grow. 

What will we work on in couples therapy?

Common relationship problems include conflict, anger, resentment, communication, improving intimacy, trust issues, infidelity, and more. Couples therapy is designed to help you understand why you’re feeling disconnected and empower you to express yourself in a healthy way.

How many sessions are there for couples counseling?

Generally we recommend weekly appointments for the first 4 sessions. From there you and your counselor will discuss if meeting weekly or on a different frequency will be the most helpful. The average time that couples spend in counseling is about 3-6 months.

How do I know if I need relationship or marriage counseling?

If you’re struggling with intimacy, sex, feeling connected to your partner, constantly fighting, or dealing with resentment a marriage counselor can help. You will learn what’s causing problems in your relationship and explore ways to renew your connection.

Can I do individual counseling to improve my relationship?

Yes. You can work with a relationship counselor individually to explore personal issues affecting your relationship and address deeper healing that you might need for yourself.

What’s if my partner is worried about counseling?

It’s very normal to have some fears about couples therapy. Sometimes one partner is worried that counseling will be about pointing out their flaws. Couples therapy is not a one way conversation. It’s about focusing on the relationship and learning ways to improve your connection together.

What’s the best type of relationship counseling?

Our couples therapists offer a unique variety of approaches including couples counseling using the Gottman method, emotionally focused therapy, and a holistic approach that blends the strengths of different types of counseling. Contact us to learn which would be most helpful for you.

Where is your office located?

Our office is centrally located in the Cherry Creek and Glendale area of Denver. Our building is easy to find and offers free parking.

 Meet our couples therapists in Denver, Colorado

Jesse Huebner, MA, LPC

couples therapist denver

Jesse is a relationship counselor in Denver that helps couples rebuild intimacy and connection in their relationship. He can help you work through trust issues, or learn how to communicate more effectively.

Lindsey Parks, LCSW

Couples Counselor in Denver

Lindsey specializes in couples counseling using the Gottman method. She would love to help you learn how to get your needs met in your relationship by working on communication and resolving conflict together.

Relationships Come In Many Different Forms. We Offer Support For All Types of Couples and Families


Marriage and Family Therapy


Same Gender Couples


Polyamorous Relationships


Interracial Relationships


Age Separation Relationships


Unmarried Couples

What To Expect From Couples Therapy

1) The first step of couples therapy is creating awareness of the issues affecting your relationship. This includes things like communication, trust issues, or resentment.

2) The second part of couples counseling is developing the skills to improve the problems you, your partner, and your therapist identify. Therapy requires practice to help you establish new ways of relating with your partner.

3) The third step of relationship counseling focuses on helping you build connection and intimacy with your partner.


Couples Therapy in Denver, Colorado

Counseling Options
Couples Counseling Denver

Couples Counseling

Working with a couples counselor gives you and your partner the attention that your relationship needs, and allows you to practice the skills together.

Relationship Counseling Denver

Individual Relationship Counseling

Relationships come in all types. A relationship counselor can meet with you individually to learn how to improve your relationship skills.

Relationship Workshop

Relationship Workshops

Many of our couples therapists offer virtual workshops and online courses for both couples and individuals. Contact us to learn more. 

Ready To Talk With A Couples Therapist?

Fill out our confidential contact form and a couples counselor will get in touch with you.

Couples Counseling Contact Form

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(720) 507-8170

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Our Location

300 S. Jackson St. Denver, CO 80209

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