Online counseling is three easy steps away:

1 – Click Our “Get Help” Button

Create a Pyramid Online Counseling account in seconds and answer a few questions about yourself and the challenges you’re facing

2 – Schedule Your Appointment

We pair your answers with the mental health clinician most qualified to help you and your loved ones thrive.

3 – Rebuild & Restore

You’ll meet directly with a remote healthcare provider, through confidential, HIPAA-compliant software. You, your significant other, your family, and your loved ones can connect and reconnect as often as you need.

Replace conflict with understanding

If you or your family needs help, there’s no shame in asking for it. Counseling is often the fastest route back to the sustainable dialogue, improved dynamic, and healthy relationships you deserve with your loved ones. Our therapists are ready to serve your needs as they develop. Through family and couples counseling, we can help you and your family manage the following challenges:

  • Communication breakdowns
  • Infidelity
  • Family tragedy
  • Divorce
  • Addiction
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Psychological issues
  • Grief, loss and trauma
  • Parent-child problems
  • Eating disorders
  • Life transitions

Schedule as many family and couples counseling sessions as you feel are necessary to help address the issues you face. With the right help, you and your loved ones can make strides to end self-defeating behaviors, limit emotional breaks, improve communication, reframe negative thought patterns, end addiction, face denial and achieve peace of mind.

What can family or couples counseling offer me?

We understand if you’re hesitant to try family and couples counseling. Even if you’ve participated in counseling before, it’s normal to feel unsure at the thought of speaking to someone else about the problems you’re facing.

We recommend giving family and couples counseling a try if…

  • You’re in the midst of a significant life transition — moving your residence, processing divorce, sending a child to college, etc. — and need help processing how you feel.
  • You’ve endured a traumatic life event – one that involves your partner or your family – and changed the way you think, feel or live your life.

  • You’ve noticed unhealthy thoughts or feelings govern your outlook or the behavior of your partner or family member.

  • You’ve noticed changes in sleep patterns, thought patterns or actions.

  • You’ve seen dishonesty, addiction, apathy or a co-occurring disorder compromise the integrity of your closest relationships.

  • You’re tired of suppressing thoughts about yourself, your life or your loved ones.

You don’t need a life-changing reason to attend family and couples therapy. As long as you’re committed to self-improvement, and you’re ready to take steps toward improvement alongside your partner or your family, you’re ready to begin. Our mental health clinicians at Pyramid Online Counseling can help you distance yourself from your issues and pursue recovery.