Tanja Fridolfs, LMFT
Having an amazing marriage takes work. It's good work, but it can be difficult and sometimes illusive. Couples often find themselves feeling stuck and frustrated. We will work together to improve communication and create a deeper bond.
Do you feel like very interaction with your spouse or someone close to you turns into a fight? Are you feeling overwhelmed or out of control in your life? Relationships are complicated. Life circumstances can leave us feeling hopeless. Discovering new ways to connect with your own feelings, connect with loved ones, and live a fulfilling life can be possible. Imagine having a tough conversation with your spouse, and feeling closer and okay, and having the coping skills needed to handle your situation.
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a scientifically proven method for working with couples. It improves the attachment bond and helps to create more satisfying relationships. Couples often find that they feel more loved and more supported when each learns how to bond with their partner in healthy ways. Couples can gain a deeper understanding and emotional connection with each other. Often parenting and family dynamics improve, too. I am trained in EFT and use this method when working with couples.
Your marriage is in a rough place. You need support. Maybe your partner isn't willing to go to counseling with you. Maybe you are not sure if you want to continue in your marriage. This can be a lonely, frustrating, and confusing place.
We will work together to explore your relationship. We will look at areas you can grow in, and work towards making a decision about what direction you want to go. You will have support in whatever decision you make.
Please check out my website to find out more: tanjafridolfs.com
To schedule an appointment, contact Tanja at (559) 238-7464
Years in Practice: 5 years
School: California State University, Fresno
Year Graduated: 2011
Accepted Payment Methods: Cash, Check, Credit Card
Superbill provided for out-of-network insurance reimbursement
Religious Orientation: Christian
Couples and Individuals
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)