All Topics
  • Couples Therapy
  • Discernment Counseling / Marriage ER
  • Family Therapy
  • Miscellaneous

When you get involved in an emotional affair, the most important conversation is the one you’re not having – the one with yourself.

Emotional Affairs: The Most Important Conversation You Aren’t Having is Wreaking the Most Havoc

When it comes to talking about a potential divorce, choose your confidants wisely. Here’s my advice.

Who to Talk to – and Who Not to Talk to – About a Potential Divorce

Want less drama with your ex? Here are 3 proven formulas for more effective, respectful communication with your ex-partner/spouse or co-parent.

Co-Parenting with Less Drama: 3 Respectful Communication Formulas for Divorced Couples

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Need more help navigating your relationships?

I'm Sandy Wolf, a therapist specializing in helping couples and families move forward so that everyone can thrive. Based on the Connecticut shoreline and licensed in CT & MA, I'm ready when you are. Contact me to schedule a free 15-minute consultation and see if I'm the right fit for your family.