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Poor communication, lack of listening skills, as well as differing desires and needs are all factors that may contribute to relationship issues. Interpersonal conflict is inevitable when two individuals who are involved in a relationship disagree on basic matters in their relationship. Fundamental conflicts can further impact other aspects of a relationship, such as sex, finance, and trust. Working together, or individually, with a therapist to help mediate conflict and increase communication skills is key to overcoming conflict and improving your relationship.

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Rachel Dahlgren


Rachel Dahlgren is committed to providing fair and non-judgemental mediation and therapeutic services to individuals who may be struggling with issues in their relationship. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Rachel is trained to help her patients deal with problematic stress and anxiety within a marriage or partnership. She uses an integrative method of therapeutic and evidence based therapies including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to assist her clients in gaining self-awareness and how that impacts their relationship. Rachel is particularly experienced in working with children and whole family units, which is especially relevant in regards to how relationship and/or marriage issues may be affecting the entire family.

Brittney Segoviano


Brittney Segoviano is passionately interested in helping her patients deal with relationship issues and conflict. She believes that the source of overall mental and physical well-being stems from the health of our close relationships. Brittney supports both couples and their families with issues, conflicts, emotions, and unhealthy behaviors that interfere with positive and healthy daily life functioning. She uses an integration of  CBT, DBT, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma informed care methods to treat depression, anxiety, and unhealthy habits and behaviors that may develop from untreated relationship issues.

Sarah Tarabey


Sarah Tarabey focuses on helping couples overcome issues in their relationship by contributing effective and meaningful mediation and support. She aims to help create a positive impact on her clients that promotes self-awareness, understanding of one another, and ultimately better communication as a way to overcome interpersonal conflict and improvements in a relationship. The foundation of Sarah’s therapeutic approach is based on a person-centered perspective that gives her clients the power and the voice to speak up for themselves in honest and impactful ways. She includes elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) to guide individuals towards healthier and happier lives.