Ruth Jampol, PhD
Ruth Jampol, PhD
|Professions: Marriage & Family Therapist, Psychologist|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: Psychologist - PS005642L|
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Are you hoping to improve a relationship with a loved one? Have you been unable to resolve conflicts in an important relationship, or grown distant and disconnected? I specialize in relationship distress, whether between partners, parents and children, siblings, or even close friends. As a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, I am trained in the most effective, scientifically supported model of couples therapy. While many therapists teach skills to improve communication or problem-solving, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) goes beyond skill-building to address underlying emotions and hurts that fuel repetitive conflicts. EFT is often successful even when problems are long-standing, couples are on the brink of divorce, or infidelity has rocked the foundation of a relationship.
If you or your partner are not sure couples therapy will help, or one of you is on the brink of ending your relationship, I also offer a brief (1-5 session) service called Discernment Counseling, which helps couples decide whether they want to end their relationship or commit six months to an all-out effort to restore their relationship to health.
I also offer day-long relationship enhancement workshops to help couples deepen their emotional connection and change ineffective interactions. These workshops are effective for all couples, from those who want a tune up for a satisfactory relationship to those who are highly distressed. Participants have spoken very highly of how these one day seminars have helped move their relationship to a new level. The next workshop is on Sunday, June 25, in Langhorne, PA.
Email or Call Ruth Jampol, PhD at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 21007
More Info About My Practice
Because couples and families have multiple voices to be heard, I have found that the 50 minute sessions I use for individuals are generally too short to make adequate progress. I therefore schedule most couples and families for extended, 75 minute sessions. While I am not an in-network insurance provider, many people submit receipts for psychotherapy to their insurance companies and receive partial reimbursement through their out-of-network benefits.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
Healing from infidelity, changing destructive interactional patterns, creating more loving and secure bonds between partners and between parents and children, parenting challenging children, parent-adolescent conflict, blended family issues, parenting young adult children, extended family issues, premarital counseling, depression, bipolar disorder, life transitions, stressful life events, and grief and loss.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Many people are reluctant to seek counseling, especially as a couple. They worry that a therapist will take sides, blame them for the problems, or tell them their relationship should end. But good couples therapy is not about blame or taking sides; it helps people understand how their very legitimate and understandable feelings may sometimes lead them to act in ways that interfere with getting the love and support they want. I believe a good couples therapist is on the side of the relationship, not either individual. I always support working on a relationship unless there is a lack of physical safety or an ongoing affair.
Services I Provide
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Family Therapy
- Clinical Supervision
Ages I Work With
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