Through relationship counseling, marriage counseling, couples therapy or individual therapy, we support love. This includes self-love, interracial love, straight love, BIPOC love, trans love, interfaith love, poly love and queer love.

We welcome clients from all types of backgrounds, including all races, religions, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, ages or abilities.

We also hire great therapists. We each have our own unique stories, backgrounds, and identities. We know that our personal stories shape who we are and influence the client-therapist relationship.

We know that selecting the right therapist is important for all clients and that some of us may not look like you or share important parts of your identity. We can explore that more as we get to know each other.

While we may not always share your experiences, we do understand that the larger cultural norms impact your life and your love.

And that, we too, are influenced by those same cultural expectations.

We are aware of our own biases and assumptions. We take responsibility for them by continuously checking and correcting those larger cultural influences within ourselves.

We strive to be inclusive in all of our contact with you. We want you to know that when we miss the mark, we will lean in and grow.

Our Mission:

Center for Intimate Relationships (CIR) supports individuals and committed couples who seek to improve their emotional and physical intimacy.  We provide the tools for you to explore, enhance, create and sustain a passionate, fulfilling relationship.