Professional Relationship Therapy in California

Maintaining a healthy relationship can be hard. No matter how well you and your partner get along at the beginning of your relationship when life happens, and daily stress starts affecting your life, conflicts are due to arise between you. 


Relationship therapy can help couples who find themselves in difficult situations with their partners. 


Relationship therapy can help you identify your problems, work past them, and become better partners with one another.

When to Seek Help From a Relationship Therapist

Unfortunately, most people feel uncomfortable seeking help from a relationship counselor. A wrong belief is that if you admit you need help from a therapist that means that your relationship is a failure. Or that separation or divorce is inevitable to happen next. 


That cannot be further from the truth. 


You need to spend the time working on your relationship if you want to be in a happy and healthy relationship. 


You need to recognize the problems as soon as they happen. Relationship therapy can help you resolve these difficulties. 


Relationship therapy can help you if:


  • You and your partner have issues communicating effectively
  • You and your partner argue and disagree often
  • You and your partner have issues making decisions regarding your future
  • You and your partner lack trust in each other
  • You have experienced infidelity or jealousy
  • You lack intimacy


Daily life and problems can put a lot of stress on relationship partners. Raising children, financial difficulties, and career stress often can put a strain on the romantic connection. 

What Can You Do To Make The Relationship Therapy Effective

To be able to rebuild your romantic relationship, you need to put some hard work into it. Here is what you can do:


Be honest with yourself and your partner

Being dishonest with your therapist is never a good idea. It won’t help anyone, and you’ll just waste your time and money. You cannot expect someone to help you solve your problems if you don’t even admit that you have them.

I get that you might be afraid or ashamed. Or you might feel that your therapist will judge you. But believe me, that’s never the case! Your counselor will never judge you.

Feeling uncomfortable means you’re doing a good job

I know that relationship therapy can be rough. We all have things we’re afraid to admit in front of ourselves.

Therapy can often cause distress because you are discovering new truths about yourself and about your partner, not all of them are nice or happy. Trust the process to feel better in the long run.

Invest your time

Therapy requires time. Nothing happens overnight, and fixing your problems with one or two sessions is just not realistic.


If you want to see a positive result in your romantic relationship, you need to be determined, and you need to be willing to invest your time and hard work.

Hi, I’m Lia Huynh. I’m a Relationship Therapist who has helped and encouraged hundreds of couples in California to restore their trust, feel closer to each other, and establish better communication.


I have over 17 years of professional experience counseling others in their relationships. Besides, I am pleased to say that I have been happily married for 13 years. I have learned so much in my own journey, and I’m ready to help you learn too!