My Approach to Helping
COVID-19 is rough; what is worse is being with your partner 24 hours a day and 7 days a week and being forced to face how much your relationship has disintegrated over time. You do not even like your partner anymore. In the past you could work and distract yourself from personal issues. Now you feel confused, scared, and lost. You feel helpless, not knowing which way to go. Is repair possible? Or is divorce the best solution? You are so sick of waking up with a heavy weight on your chest and a thousand "what if" thoughts racing through your mind. You do not even know yourself anymore or what you need.
You feel overwhelmed as you think of dealing with the rest of your life. However, you know that you do not intend to spend the rest of it the way it is now. You need someone to support you in a safe space, to hear you as you think things through, and to help you create a path forward. Ultimately, you want both you and your partner to be in better places.
More Info About My Practice
If your relationship has experienced pain from affairs, alcohol, drug or other addictions, and (or) violence, you can be helped through my Gottman Method Couples Therapy training. Begin your journey of change now. It can be done if you are courageous and just reach out!
During this time of Coronavirus, new clients will receive 15% off of each session for a total of $153.
On most days there is currently some availability for a teletherapy session. However, sessions must be scheduled at least 12 hours in advance. Please call or email to inquire about available times.
Dr. Dunn has a third license, LCDC (Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor), TX # 11683. It expires on March 31, 2022.
My Role as a Therapist
If we work together, some of the benefits for you might be renewed hope, long-time-coming resolution to a problem, increased sense of safety, better understanding of a situation, and (or) peace. What can you do to feel better? Call or contact me and make an appointment right now! That will initiate your road to change.
Concerning relationships, it is helpful to understand that you, and only you, are responsible for yourself, and only yourself. Could you use some help with this?