"Learning the depths of someone's heart, where dreams reside, takes a lifetime. Embrace the journey, together."
~ The Gottman Institute
Couples come to therapy for a variety of different reasons. Couple relationships involve, not only the two people in the relationship, but the loved ones that surround them, which is why the health of these relationships are so important. Whether you are on cloud nine, excitedly planning your upcoming nuptials, or experiencing the deep pain of conflict or betrayal, I can offer you a safe space to explore what is next for your relationship.
Using innovative assessment tools and therapeutic approaches backed by research, the work we do in therapy can provide clarity and awareness for you and your partner as you move towards your relationship goals. Please click on the various therapy options below to find out more.
Pre-engaged and engaged couples can greatly benefit from counseling, helping to prepare them for the possible challenges in their marriage.
Healing from an affair takes great intention and commitment. Need help navigating through this difficult journey? Find out how I can assist you.
If you're feeling stuck and don't know how to proceed in your relationship, or are unsure if your relationship can be salvaged, Discernment counseling may be a good option for you.
If you're interested in growing closer and gaining skills to enhance your relationship, counseling can provide you with several tools to deepen your bond.
The differences in the ways we experience the world and process information can lead to issues within the relationship. I can assist you and your partner in bridging that gap and enhance your connection.
**If you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline at 1.800.273.8255 or text "Home" to 741741. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. If you need local crisis intervention/support in the Bay Area, check out Bay Area Suicide Crisis & Intervention Alliance (BASCIA) online. I do not offer crisis counseling or emergency services.
Jennifer Haya is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT 127004) and a Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC 9907) at Couples Recovery Center and is supervised by Dr. Harry Motro, a Couples Counselor, and is an employee of Harry Motro, Psy.D., Marriage and Family Therapist, P.C., which is a Professional Corporation. Couples Recovery Center provides specialized couples counseling and includes the following professionals:
Harry Motro, PsyD, LMFT #53452 - www.harrymotro.com
Bassy Lee, MA, AMFT #122672 - www.bassylee.com
Kate Meek, MA, AMFT #117725, APCC #7649, - www.kmeektherapy.com
Rosario Puga-Dempsey, MA, AMFT #117320 - www.rosariopuga.com
Hamad Fatahian, MA, AMFT #124635, APCC #9331 - www.hamadfatahian.com
Adela Stone, MA, AMFT #124546, APCC #9260 - www.adelastone.com
Stephen Robertson, MA, AMFT #126705 - www.couplesrecoverycenter.com/stephen-robertson
Soy Kim, MA, AMFT #119664 - www.couplesrecoverycenter.com/soy-kim
Amanda Buckman, MA, AMFT #126006 - www.couplesrecoverycenter.com/amanda-buckman
Jennifer Haya, MA, AMFT #127004, APCC #9907 - www.jenniferhaya.com
The recommendations on this website do not constitute professional advice, substitute for professional treatment, or establish a therapeutic relationship.