Relationships take work. Most relationships experience ups and downs; periods of disillusionment and periods of great joy. If your marriage, same-sex union, or domestic partnership is in trouble, come to Therapy at Work LLC for counseling services before thinking about separation or divorce. Therapy at Work LLC offers pre-marital counseling, assistance with co-habitation stressors, marriage counseling, help before separation, after separation, and during and after divorce.
Diane Kolodzinski, LPC, is collaboratively trained, and can serve as a divorce coach and parent coordinator when relationships cannot be resolved and the marriage is over. The Collaborative Law process often replaces divorce litigation, which can be costly and emotionally draining. It provides a more comprehensive approach than mediation, bringing together financial, mental health, legal, and real estate professionals to collaborate on what is best for the family system and each party involved in the divorce process. Call 908-809-3721 if you are thinking about divorce to try counseling first, and to learn more about the collaborative process.

Counseling can help with:
  • Conflict resolution
  • Improved communication
  • Parenting issues
  • In-law, extended family relationships
  • Compromise
  • Infidelity
  • The decision to separate
  • Trust issues
  • Control and power issues
  • Collaboration
  • Addiction issues
  • Co-dependency
  • GLBTQQ issues
  • Anger management
  • Blended family issues

If there is violence in your home, seek help immediately! Call today: 908-809-3721.

If you are already separated, reconciliation is uncommon, but possible. Having a safe place to voice concerns, rebuild trust, and communicate honestly and openly could help your marriage.

If you are going through divorce, the issues are vast: custody, splitting of assets, deciding what to do with the marital home. Therapy at Work LLC can help couples negotiate and survive this volatile and challenging time for both parties. Our counselors work in collaboration with local mediators and divorce attorneys.  After separation or divorce, each spouse often needs time to heal and integrate the experience. A counselor can help you work through these issues and move on with your life.