Active, Respectful, Collaborative Couples Therapy
Resolve your relationship issues and deepen your connection in a supportive and safe space.
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Dr. Bruce Chalmer
Dr. Chalmer specializes in working with couples. He brings to this work a wide-ranging curiosity and intelligence, an ability to connect with people, and a passion for helping people live happier, healthier lives.
Learn more about couples sessions with Dr. Chalmer here.
Get Unstuck in Your Relationship
Whatever issues you may bring to therapy, be it infidelity, sexual issues, parenting concerns, or any other kind of relationship problem, Dr. Chalmer will help the two of you get past blame and find healing.
Check out Dr. Chalmer’s books, podcast, videos, and blog to learn more about how he works with you about a wide range of issues, including sex (and how to go from plain old sex to good sex to sacred sex), marriage, faith, cheating and healing from affairs, forgiveness, communication, aging, cross-dressing, porn, and many more topics.
What is teshuvah? And what does it have to do with couples therapy? We recorded this podcast between the Jewish High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, and talk about how the themes of return, repentance, and reflection, all aspects of the concept of teshuvah, are intimately related to the work of healing couples.
Infertility is a very common issue for couples, and dealing with the stresses, the losses, and the array of difficult choices often results in conflict for couples. Our guest in this episode, Rena Gower, is a clinical social worker who helps individuals and couples cope with a wide variety of issues related to the experience
Can a couple heal from infidelity? Can you forgive your partner’s cheating, move past the pain, and rebuild your relationship? Our guest in this episode, Eva G. Kane, has been through that experience. Along the way, she became an instructor of Kundalini Yoga, which she credits with saving her marriage. And she wrote a memoir
What are the challenges of being in a marriage, and parenting, when you’re neurodiverse yourself and have neurodiverse children? What can everyone, neurodiverse or not, learn from those experiences? Our guest in this episode, Dr. Christopher Scott Wyatt, is an autistic self-advocate who also advocates for his neurodiverse daughters. We discuss relationships, parenting, education, and