The right kind of counseling can help you feel connected again — even if you do the work alone. Let’s discuss how marriage-friendly therapy can help you become happier.
At home, at work, on holidays — whenever, wherever and with whomever, let’s figure out how to make your actions reflect your values, so you can be your best.
Find the fun. Even if you’re dealing with issues that will never go away, let’s discuss how to make your life a little easier — today and for the future.
John Gerson, Ph.D.
Hi. I’m Dr. John Gerson. I’m a marriage-friendly therapist with a specialty in helping couples. My focus is on all the relationships in your life — with your partner, your kids, your employer, your parents — any interaction that isn’t going as well as you’d like. I have been practicing psychotherapy for almost 40 years, using a non-judgmental, safe, and whenever possible a humorous approach to ensure you can explore, working with you to create the best possible environment for growth and lasting changes.
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