You no longer have to wonder if therapy works!Research shows that in general, therapy is four times more effective than no treatment at all. So clearly, getting help is better than letting things go and hoping it will change. At Together Couples Counseling, we take the health of your relationships very seriously. That’s why we constantly study our clients’ results using scientifically-developed methods, making sure we’re helping our clients in the most ethical, effective way possible.
Outcome DataUsing a reliable and valid measure called Feedback-Informed Treatment, analyzing the results for 40 of Risa Ganel's clients over a 9-month period, our statistics prove that working with Risa is 125% more effective than working with the average therapist, and nine times better than no therapy at all. Granted, therapy is not 100% effective, all of the time for everyone. We certainly can't promise what your results will be, but we are committed to providing you with the best possible, evidence-based service.  "Average therapist" based on ORS database of 229 therapists and 15,398 clients.
What our clients say:
It's really great to see concretely each week the progress we are making.
I appreciate the attention you give to making sure the work we are doing together is effective.
We are continuing to gather data and analyze it. So stay tuned as we update this information.Our friendly staff will be happy to answer your questions and book an appointment for you.
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A collection of articles from our Journals
August 6, 2019 7:42 pm
If you feel something, say something I’ve been noticing a theme in my conversations with couples recently. I think it’s safe to say that many of us are familiar with the minor disagreements with our partners about something... (more)
July 16, 2019 2:54 pm
Do you let your spouse seduce you? Remember when you were dating and desperately wanted the attention of your significant other. It was fun and exciting, and the thought of their touch was enough to make you melt.... (more)
June 17, 2019 3:17 pm
What is the first thing you do when you walk in the door after work? How about when your significant other walks in the door? I regularly ask the couples I work with how they greet each other... (more)
May 20, 2019 7:39 pm
Your marriage finally reached the point that you decided to try counseling. Together with your spouse, you bravely reached out and bared your most intimate struggles with a therapist. You finally felt like progress was going to happen... (more)
May 16, 2019 6:37 pm
Technoference in our Relationships It happens when you check your phone during a dinner conversation with your partner, when your child wants to show you something “really cool” but you just want to finish that video, or when... (more)
April 17, 2019 5:59 pm
We live in a world where being busy is celebrated. An appropriate answer to “How are you?” is “Busy”. “Multi-tasking” is considered “efficiency”. Finding time for yourself sometimes feels like an impossible task. It gets even more difficult... (more)
March 6, 2019 7:58 am
When someone gathers up the courage to communicate their true needs and desires to their partner in an authentic and vulnerable way, it can be nothing short of heartbreaking and defeating to see that your partner is back... (more)
February 5, 2019 5:53 pm
Watching the same show while cuddling on the couch, date nights at the same familiar favored restaurants, the usual Valentine’s Day card and flowers or box of chocolates: all of these support the need for continuity, familiarity and... (more)