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 polyamory? What can people in monogamous relationships learn from the experience of people practicing polyamory and other forms of ethical non-monogamy? Our guest in this episode, Kathy Slaughter, brings their own experience in a polyamorous family to their work with people considering and practicing polyamory. Find out more about Kathy’s work, including information
For women who find themselves dating at midlife, often because of divorce, the prospects can seem dim. Our guest in this episode, Allison Jayne Ewing, works with women to help them clear internal blocks to successful dating, and open up to the excitement of falling in love again. Allison uses an approach called “Emotional Freedom
[Note: Thanks to Ken Schafer for this post! Our podcast interview with Ken is here.] Addressing Erectile Dysfunction By Ken Schafer From HealthySexualityWithKen.com What is Erectile Dysfunction? Erectile dysfunction is defined as the inability to get or maintain an erection capable of achieving and maintaining penetration. A common misconception is that erectile dysfunction (ED) has
What does it mean to forgive when you’ve been betrayed? And how do you get there? Dr. Chalmer talks about three steps to forgiveness: forgive yourself, forgive whoever hurt you, and forgive God. (Huh?) Don’t worry, he explains that last one. Do you have ideas for topics or guests for our podcast? Go to https://ctin7.com