Please see Shannon Batts at www.relationshipgardening.weebly.com for resources on getting unstuck, and growing new love habits. Shannon says, "Visiting a counselor is taking a risk that there will be relief from frustration and pain. More than relief I deliver communication tools (for lesbian, gay, trans and straight clients) that make sense and are refreshing new habits for couples who want life long love together. Couples can expect options of getting a fast track tune-up or more in depth overhaul of the 3 main parts of great relationships: friendship, making conflict constructive, and growing a focus on creating shared meaning and purpose for your lives. Couples reeling from betrayals will also find 3 trust repair phases of respectful help informed by infidelity and Gottman couples' research for building a new relationship together. We meet every other week for 90 min sessions, use daily handouts & in session practice to grow your healthy marriage.
Shannon Batts, MFT is a counseling provider who practices in Portland, OR.