Gottman Method Couples Therapy Online
We created an online version of our practice to increase the accessibility of science-based couples therapy. We are about removing barriers, both between partners and in helping couples get the support they need. Click HERE to learn more about our couples therapy process.
You’ll receive the science-based help you need from the comfort of your own home, office, or anywhere private with internet access.
We adhere to all American Telemedicine Association standards in protecting your privacy and confidentiality.
You’ll leave our sessions feeling heard and understood with science-based skills and techniques to move your relationship forward.
I love experiencing life, including traveling, eating, and learning about different cultures. I speak Spanish, and my French is a work in progress. I’m most happy hanging out with my husband and our pup, Rocky (a Westie). I’m a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, AAMFT Approved Supervisor, and a Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapy. I’ve also completed an Externship in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. I work to create a supportive, safe, and empowering space for couples to reach their goals. Learn more about Dr. Drew here.Faith Drew, Ph.D., LMFT
I enjoy traveling with my wife, Faith, and exploring the integration of western psychology and eastern philosophy. I work to help couples heal from emotional and sexual disconnection, infidelity, addiction, and communication problems. I’m a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, AAMFT Approved Supervisor, Discernment Counselor, and Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist. I’ve also completed an Externship in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. Learn more about Dr. Bitar here.George W. Bitar, Ph.D., LMFT
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