Providing relationship counseling to help opposite sex and same sex relationships grow stronger for a loving, committed, faithful, and happy partnership.

We offer Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy, Life Coaching, Relationship Coaching, and Group Therapy sessions via zoom and in person currently, adhering to social distancing protocols. Now you can access all of these services at the comfort of your home, while keeping you and your loved ones safe. Do not wait any longer, contact us now to better your life and your relationship today!

Love IS an addiction.

When you fall in love, your brain experiences the same high as it would with any other forms of addiction such as, smoking, gambling, sex, consuming too much sugar, and even substance abuse. When you look at your beloved partner, the brain region associated with reward center gets, literally, lit up! So you are not alone if you felt AMAZING with your partner (thank you, Dopamine) in the first year or two. And again you are not alone if you don’t feel that crazy excitement anymore now that you’ve been with your partner for a while.

Liz Wee, LMFT, ATR, CST, PhD Candidate

We all have innate resources to help ourselves grow and thrive. Whether we work together for couples therapy, individual therapy, art therapy, or life coaching, my role as a therapist/coach is to help you access these hidden resources so you can live your life more whole-heartedly with purpose and intention. Even though I am trained in several different modalities, I believe that the deep and secure therapeutic relationship between a client and a therapist is one of the most important interventions in therapy. In our sessions, my clients often tell me that they feel truly understood, accepted, and supported.

You wonder if you still love your partner.

Just because you don’t feel the same way as when you first started dating, it doesn’t mean that you don’t love your partner anymore or any less. It means that your brain learned how to regulate the constant Euphoria overflow that you had been experiencing. So now the partner who could do no wrong before, is doing everything wrong, which leads to having frequent arguments and fights.

See what our clients say about us

“Liz is a very caring therapist. She does not take a side nor judge, but willing to listen to the every word you say. She helps understand ourselves better so we can be a better person for each other. Definitely would recommend Liz to anyone who is looking for a therapy.”

See what our clients say about us

“Liz is a wonderful therapist who tactfully helps to navigate life’s difficult moments with self discovery and awareness. Her time availability is very accommodating to my schedule and she provides excellent, adjunct reading material that I’ve found very helpful. I would highly recommend her to anyone wanting to better themselves and improve their overall well-being.”

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“If you’re looking for someone who is empathetic, easy to open up to, has a true love for helping others, respectful and non-judgemental…then Liz is it. Anyone who is able to meet Liz can vouch the same!”

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“Liz has been very professional and open-minded. I love how she does not prejudge me. She hears me out patiently, she has been awesome! She put her mind and has great focus on what she does. I would highly recommend her.”

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“Liz has a calm spirit that immediately made me feel comfortable and at ease. She creates a safe space for her clients to openly share without feeling judged. She is supportive, knowledgeable and empathetic while offering great insight and providing the tools you need to have a successful relationship with yourself and/ or with your partner. I highly recommend Liz. She is amazing, professional and dedicated.”

See what our clients say about us

“To all those that want to get better and be the best you that you can be. I felt so safe and comfortable. She is one therapist that really and truly care about you and your well being. She has made such a difference in me and my life! The biggest way is that she helped me love myself and believe in me and that I do count for something in life.
THANK YOU for the difference you made in me!!!”

See what our clients say about us

“Liz and team really know their stuff. My experience has been a fantastic one and the insights I have gained on my attachment style has really helped me improve my relationship! Highly recommend!”

Here is a solution.

Learn how to communicate with each other effectively. Learn how to better regulate and manage your emotions. Learn how to get your needs met by your partner. Learn how to have an active and satisfying sex life with your partner. Learn how to heal from past betrayals, such as infidelity. And lastly, learn how to make each other feel loved and cared for.

I can guide you.

Are you interested? Give me a call and set up your first appointment. I will provide you a safe and non-judgmental space where you and your partner can discover and learn new ways to interact with each other and get the old spark back into your lives.


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