The Gottman Method, an evidence-based model backed by 40 years of longitudinal studies, is a therapy program designed to include a thorough assessment of each couple's unique relationship and integrates research-based interventions based on the Sound Relationship House Theory.
Beginning with an assessment process that immediately informs the therapeutic framework and intervention plan, Gottman Method Couples Therapy gets to the heart of relationship issues from the start.
Assessment A conjoint session, followed by individual interviews with each partner are conducted. Couples complete online questionnaires and then come back together to receive detailed feedback on their relationship.
Therapeutic Framework Next. the couple and therapist determine together the frequency and duration of sessions.
Therapeutic Interventions Interventions are designed to help couples strengthen their relationships based on therapeutic assessment and on-going relationship need. Areas of focus include friendship, conflict management, and creation of shared meaning.
Gottman Couples Therapy can benefit all couples regardless of economic, racial, sexual orientation, and cultural sectors.
Relationship issues that may be addressed in therapy include but are not limited to: