Marriage Counseling | Couples CounselingDTC • Greenwood Village • Centennial • Parker • Aurora • Online
Fantastic relationships don't just happen. They're grown.
All couples have ups and downs: Times when they feel close and connected, and times when things feel frustrating and hard. Believe it or not, the times that feel the hardest can be the biggest opportunities to take your relationship to the next level of connection, communication, compassion and trust.
Why? While new relationships are easy and fun, committed long-term couples need to do more than just enjoy each other. (Although that is important too). To have a strong, successful marriage you need to learn how to communicate effectively, show each other love and respect, work as a team, and get on the same page with their priorities and vision for your shared life together.
That doesn't just happen. Healthy, happy couples invest in their marriages and learn the skills to make their partnership great. And, generally speaking, people aren't typically motivated to work on things like this until there is a problem.
Every conflict is an opportunity for deeper connection. Every time things start to feel hard in your relationship, it means that you have a chance to grow together, learn something new, and increase your capacity for love… or else you'll grow apart. The good news is that by successfully working through through these “growth moments,” your relationship will become stronger, deeper, and more fun than ever before.
Our Approach To Marriage Counseling & Couples Therapy
We bring out the best in both of you. Our marriage counselors have specialized education, training and years of experience in marriage counseling. We know how to help you both feel safe, comfortable and understood. Even reluctant partners leave their consultations feeling hopeful, and excited about building on the strengths of your relationship and enjoying each other again.
We understand love and attachment. As one of our couples famously said, “It's not about the bacon.” We'll never waste your time on superficial fixes. Our approach helps you both dig deeper, talk about the most important things, restore your trust and commitment, and strengthen your emotional bond. When you both feel loved and respected… everything else is cake. (Or possibly bacon).
Talking constructively about solutions is wonderful, but things only change when you take positive action. We know that the most important part of successful marriage counseling is not what we talk about — it's what you do between your sessions. That's why you'll leave your sessions with new ideas, homework assignments, and a plan of action.
Many couples only try marriage counseling once. If it doesn't work, they assume that their relationship is doomed. We believe that the future of your relationship is too important to risk on anything but the best. That's why our experts only use the two evidence-based forms of marriage counseling that have been shown by research to create real results, and lasting change: Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy & The Gottman Method.
Best Yet? We're Easy To Work With.
- Day, evening & weekend appointments.
- Our DTC office is convenient to Greenwood Village, Centennial, Parker, Aurora, & Englewood.
- We have additional locations in Denver (Cherry Creek) & Broomfield.
- Travel? Kids? We offer online marriage counseling too.
- Easy online scheduling, or call our 24/7 receptionist for live help.
- Our effective approach gets you results in fewer sessions
- Our rates are reasonable, and we have sliding scale options
- We can help you use your insurance
- We accept payments from FHSAs
Meet a Few Of Our Relationship Experts
The marriage counselors, couples therapists and premarital counselors of Growing Self have specialized training and years of experience in helping couples reconnect. We use only evidence based strategies that have been proven by research to help you restore your strong bond, and love your relationship again.
Meagan is a relationship specialist. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over nine years of experience in helping couples reconnect, and enjoy each other again. She specializes in Denver marriage counseling, Denver premarital counseling, and online relationship coaching.
Meagan uses effective, evidence based forms of marriage counseling including Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy and The Gottman Method. In addition to working one-on-one with couples, she teaches our Lifetime of Love premarital and relationship class. Meagan is available to meet with you for marriage counseling or couples therapy in Denver, and for relationship coaching and premarital counseling online.
M.A., N.C.C., LMFT
I’m Anastacia: a licensed therapist, life coach, and marriage counselor who is all about helping you create the very best life for yourself and for your relationships. I specialize in a type of evidence-based marriage counseling called Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, that helps you rebuild your secure, strong bond.
I’ve been told that my warm, gentle style immediately sets people at ease. Working with me, you’ll feel safe, cared for, and understood. And through that non-judgmental understanding, you will heal, grow, and — most importantly — understand yourself.”
M. S., MFT-C
Silas is a marriage counselor and relationship coach with specialized training and experience in helping couples heal their relationships, improve communication, release resentments, and achieve new levels of enjoyment and fulfillment with each other. He has a master's degree in marriage and family therapy, plus Gottman Method marriage counseling training (Levels 1 and 2), and is a Colorado-based therapist.
His warm, insightful and solution-focused style helps you understand each other, strengthen your foundation, and take positive action to improve your relationship. He's available to meet with you for couples therapy, premarital counseling and marriage counseling in our Broomfield, Colorado office and for relationship coaching online.
Dr. Georgiana S.
Dr. Georgiana is a couples counselor and relationship coach with a "tough love" style. Her no-nonsense approach and direct feedback can help you get clarity about what's creating issues in your relationship, develop emotional intelligence skills, change the way you interact with each other, and negotiate your differences in order to build bridges to the center.
Dr. Georgiana is a certified coach as well as a licensed as a marriage and family therapist in California but she specializes in online relationship coaching. She divides her time between San Francisco and Buenos Aires. She is fluent in English, Spanish and French.
Lisa is a warm, thoughtful and experienced couples counselor, therapist and coach. She has extensive post-graduate training in evidence-based couples therapy (Gottman Method Levels 1 & 2). Her approach helps you rebuild empathy, and restore your strong foundation through healthy communication and compassionate connection. Lisa is licensed as a therapist in Chicago, Illinois but serves couples across the US and around the world as a relationship coach.
Hunter is a warm, compassionate marriage counselor, couples therapist, and parenting coach who believes in love, and that strong marriages create strong families. He practices Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, which is an evidence-based form of marriage counseling that focuses on helping you create a strong, secure attachment built on trust and empathy.
His gentle, but effective approach can help you open up with each other, and have healing conversations that repair your bond and allow you both to consistently show each other the love and respect you both deserve. Hunter's roots are in Utah, but he is currently based in Colorado. He can serve you as a couples therapist or marriage counselor in Fort Collins, CO and Broomfield, CO, and he provides online marriage counseling & relationship coaching to couples across the US and around the world.
Neha is an open-minded relationship therapist and life coach with an authentic approach. She believes you are the agent of change, and she can help you activate systems that lead to achieving your goals. She is a strength-based and solution-focused therapist and coach in her work with couples and individuals. Neha believes that to experience personal growth, you must build from what works best for you. In her work as a life coach, therapist, and marriage counselor she help clients to understand their identity, establish strengths, and feel empowered.