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Couples Therapy in Miami & All Florida

Do You Offer Couples Therapy in Miami?

 

We offer couples therapy in Miami, Miami Beach, for residents of Southern Florida, and throughout the entire state of Florida.

Our couples therapists conduct their sessions virtually through a private and secure Telehealth platform. The convenience of Telehealth means that you can schedule appointments without having to factor in time to commute to an office.

 

It also means that Modern Intimacy couples therapists can work with couples despite where they live within the state. 

Meet our Sex Therapists, Couples Therapists and Psychologists in Miami

Dr. Kate Balestrieri is a sex therapist in NYC.

Dr. Kate Balestrieri

(She/Her)

Founder

Licensed Psychologist

Certified Sex Therapist

PACT III Therapist

 

Elena Bahar, LMFT ready to see clients.

Elena Bahar, LMFT

(She/Her)

Clinical Associate

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

How Do My Partner and I Know If We Need Couples Therapy?

 

Every relationship is different, but there are some common signs that couples therapy might be a healthy intervention for relationship challenges. Many people are under the impression that couples therapy is solely for couples who are one argument away from breaking up or divorce. In reality, it’s actually best for the health of the relationship to consider couples work at first signs of turbulence.

 

Relationships are complex and bound to face some challenges. If those challenges keep repeating themselves or do not come to a satisfying resolution, it could be a sign the relationship might need some outside support. Couples’ therapists can help couples identify the core reasons around conflict in relationships and help provide a roadmap on how to push through and get to the other side. 

 

There is an endless amount of relationship advice you can find online or hear from friends but committing to working with a trained professional who can have a holistic view of each of your histories, upbringings, fears, and strengths can make a huge difference in getting your relationship to a mutual, intimate and secure place. 

 

Common reasons couples might start couples therapy:

  • Resolving Conflicts 
  • Healing from Infidelity + Betrayal Trauma
  • Improving Sex and Intimacy
  • Communicating Effectively 
  • Attachment Style Differences 
  • Presence of Addiction 
  • Codependency 
  • Stressful Life Events & Transitions 
  • Long Distance Relationships 
  • Support Through Breakups/Divorce 
  • Porn and Sex Addiction
  • Exploring Alternative Relationship Styles
  • Introducing Kink + BDSM
  • Overcoming Relational Trauma 
  • Working Through Resentment 
  • Feeling Emotionally Disconnected 
  • Unmet Relational Needs 
  • Parenting + Co-Parenting Disagreements 
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    Do My Partner and I Need to be In Individual Therapy in Addition to Couples Therapy? 

    It’s not mandatory for couples to also be doing therapy with individual therapists in addition to couples work, but it can certainly help for certain goals, situations, and dynamics. Couples therapy creates a space for you and your partner to work forwards your goals together, and it’s not uncommon for couples to supplement their joint therapy with individual therapy. 

    When couples work with individual therapists, it’s often helpful for the couples therapist and individual therapists to collaborate on patient care to ensure everyone is on the right page in order to help the couple reach their relationship goals. 

    A benefit of working with our group therapy practice is that we have multiple therapists licensed in many of our locations. This means you can work within the same therapy group and ensure a seamless and speedy continuity of care between your couples and individual therapists. 

    My Partner and I Have a Few Questions Before Booking an Appointment. Who Can We Contact to Discuss Our Questions Further?

    It’s important to us that you feel your relationship is in good hands. We’d be happy to answer any and all questions you have about our services, fees, therapists, and anything else on your mind.

    To speak with us further, we recommend scheduling a free 30 minute consultation with our Intake Specialist. During this call, we will have the chance to learn more about how we can help your relationship thrive, align you with a therapist who is the best fit, and answer any questions and concerns. 




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