“We don’t communicate”
doesn’t have to be a problem anymore

Helping you reconnect and feel heard, supported, and appreciated in your most intimate relationship

"We don't communicate" is disconnection.

Don't let disconnection take over your relationship.

Don’t let not prioritizing your relationship get in the way of connecting to your partner.

Schedule an appointment, open calendar

Pain from feeling inadequate, invisible, or rejected can be relieved.

Alone, sinking feeling, things are not going well although I may put on a happy face

Being in a healthy relationship is a human right — and feels amazing.

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Turn "We don't communicate" into

"We have great communication!"

Life is better with connection.

You want your relationship with your partner to be as pleasurable and fulfilling as it can possibly be.

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Acceptance, curiosity, compassion

JoEllen at Cathedral of St. Paul
JoEllen Lange, MA, LAMFT

Listening without judgment

Inviting reflection, compassion, and insight

Challenging with encouragement and understanding

JoEllen is compassionate and detailed, as well as extremely client-centered. She uses her talents at connecting with others to provide a whole-person experience for her clients.

- Jenni McBride McNamara, MA, LAMFT, colleague

You're ready for a new relationship with your partner.

There will still be bumpy patches. But with the help of talk therapy, you learn how to better respond to what’s happening.

Starting your change is a click away.

1 Schedule a free phone consultation (click below)

2 Start sessions if we’re a fit

3 Experience a new version of you and your relationship

Which one fits your current need?

You’re a new couple with great energy. You can likely benefit from having structured conversations about all the different life areas that can affect a relationship. PREPARE is one great way to start.

You’ve been together for a while and you’re no stranger to bumps in the road in your relationship. The bumps never disappear, but they can certainly be less jarring. Couples therapy can help.

You’re ready to make changes but your partner isn’t. And that’s ok. Or, you want to focus on your own growth and development. Therapy for one can be healing, inspiring, and life-changing.

I'm glad you're interested