Relationships can be hard.
You feel alone, isolated from your partner.
You long for a deep, meaningful connection.
Yet when you try to reach out for your partner,
you’re met with hostility or cold ambivalence.
You have the same argument again and again
and can never seem to reach a resolution.
It wasn’t always like this…
Sometimes you wonder, “what happened to the person I married?”
You long to feel secure in your relationship, to feel loved and admired by your partner, and above all, you want to know with certainty that no matter what happens, they will always have your back…
The good news is YOU CAN!
Marriage Counseling is No Longer a Guessing Game!
We know what works.
Well, those of use who are trained in relationship counseling know what works…
Even if you have “tried couples counseling” before, it doesn’t mean that your relationship is doomed.
It’s much more likely that you didn’t have an expert guide to lead you on your journey.
What do I mean?
Well, studies have shown that about 80% of therapists say that they work with couples.
It usually sounds something like this:
“I provide counseling for children, adolescents, young adults, older adults, individuals, couples, and watermelons.”
Most of these therapists don’t have specific training to work with couples.
“But they’re all therapists…”
That’s like saying all doctors are the same, yet you wouldn’t expect your primary care physician to deliver your baby, would you?
Hi! I’m Mark Cagle, a couples therapist.
I am not a therapist who also works with couples.
Working with couples is my passion, and I seek out training and opportunities everyday to make me a more effective relationship expert.
Don’t Leave Your Relationship to Chance!
We’ve all heard the statistics: 50% of marriages end in divorce.
But the fate of your marriage doesn’t have to be decided by the flip of a coin!
I know what it takes to make marriages last.
I have brought couples from the brink of divorce and helped them craft a relationship in which they are more deeply connected and committed to one another again.
Don't Give Up on Your Marriage