I feel called to help individuals and couples develop more meaningful and fulfilling relationships for a variety of reasons. We are relational being and we thrive when our relationships are in a good place.
I truly believe that healthy relationships and happy marriages are the backbone of every family. Having a strong, healthy and happy relationship is greatly beneficial. Not only does it improve your physical and mental health, it also teaches children (if you have them) about the kind or relationship they want to have in the future. That's my "why"... why I do what I do... why I've followed my calling to help as many people as possible to have thriving, vibrant relationships.
With hectic schedules and daily responsibilities, couples often find themselves not having as much time as they would like to focus on their relationship. Over time, when partners neglect the relationship, they slowly drift apart and may lose sight of previously shared goals, dreams, and aspirations. Keeping your relationship a priority can be especially tricky during times of stress or major life transitions such as having a child or taking care of an elderly parent.
It may feel like your relationship changed overnight, but most often it takes days, weeks, and years to become disconnected from one another. Relationships aren’t easy. Every relationship goes through ups and downs throughout the course of life. However, when a couple stops working on their relationship, the relationship stops working! Lasting, healthy relationships take hard work and commitment from both partners.
Due to the intertwined and recursive nature of relationships, when one partner struggles with something such as depression, anxiety, grief/loss, trauma, work related stress, or professional burnout, it undeniably effects their partner. If a person’s relationship with themselves, others, and/or their profession isn’t in a good place, it will eventually effect their quality of life and their relationships. In order to experience connectivity and intimacy with your partner, you also need to have a healthy and harmonious relationship with yourself.
Couples seek therapeutic support for many different reasons. The length of couples therapy depends on the context and severity of the presenting problems as well as the couple’s strengths and resources. Although some couples wait until they are in crisis or “on the brink”, couples can benefit from the therapeutic process at any stage in their relationship.
I have experience working with couples of all ages as well as diverse cultural, familial, and religious backgrounds. Couples therapy includes pre-marital counseling, marital counseling, and counseling for heterosexual as well as gay, lesbian, and bi-sexual couples.
Couples face challenges from communication break downs, work related stress, complex in-law relationships, parenting issues, pre-marital counseling, infertility or reproductive challenges, and some question whether they have fallen out of love with one another. Whether you or your partner feels unhappy in the relationship or unsure about the level of commitment to the relationship, couples therapy can help you reveal and interrupt the repetitive patterns that keep you stuck. I seek to identify unresolved or underlying issues that contribute to the reoccurring problems.
Effective communication and conflict management are key for any happy and healthy couples. As a couples therapist, I support each partner in refining their own style of communication. Couples therapy helps partners to listen and respond more effectively within every day life as well as during times of difficulty. Conflict is natural and healthy for relationships as long as it is managed effectively. My role is to facilitate a safe and balanced dialogue between partners to illuminate various strengths, resources, past successes, and solution building attempts both individually and relationally.
I help couples facilitate positive change and growth though using brief and effective strategies. Because we can’t go back and change the past, we tend to focus more on helping couples create the changes they desire in the present while nurturing hopes for their future. Couples therapy can enable partners to experience more enjoyment, connectivity, and satisfaction in their relationship again. In order to sustain a lasting, intimate connection with one another, couples must prioritize their relationship; feel a fondness and admiration for one another; effectively manage conflict; continuously nurture their friendship; and be willing to accept influence from one another.
If you're interested in setting up a couples therapy session in our Fort Lauderdale office or online via phone or video with our secure Telehealth platform, call 954-391-5305 ext. 1. I look forward to speaking with you!
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Education:Kate Campbell received a bachelor’s degree from the East Carolina University and completed her PhD from the Nova Southeastern University.
Licensing & Certifications:
- Licensed: Practice License Verified
- License State: Florida
- License Number: MT2369, received 2008
- Florida Qualified Supervisor
Types of Therapy:
- Positive Psychology
- Couples Therapy
- Gottman Method
- Emotionally Focused Therapy
- Solution Focused Brief Therapy
- Brief Therapy
Services Provided Via:
- In person
- Internet meeting
Working With Marriages for:
- 14 Year(s)
Free Phone Consultations?
Hourly Fees Range:
- $200 - $250