Lisa Rabinowitz specializes in working with couples with ADHD. Couples often share feelings of isolation or loneliness in their relationship. When one partner has ADHD, sometimes there is an imbalance, or the perception of an imbalance, in responsibilities, childcare, household responsibilities, and intimacy. All of these issues on their own can negatively affect relationships, so you’re definitely not alone.
Working with someone like me, who shares an expertise in couples communication along with a deep understanding of the impact of ADHD on cognitive functioning, processing, and executive functioning, together we can work on meaningful solutions that will get to the heart of your marital challenges and desires for change.
Therapy is a great way to air your grievances and get to the heart of your communication challenges. Couples therapy is wonderful for creating a safe space for couples to express their hurts and work on healing and repair.
When you add ADHD to the mix, often talking isn’t enough. Because ADHD is managed with skills and tools, it’s important that you work with a couples counselor who has both resources available.
As a certified PACT Level 3 (highest certification available currently) and a Gottman certified couples therapist, I bring a lot of tools to our work together so we get to solutions quickly and efficiently.
I offer couples counseling and intensive couples retreats to help your marriage get on the right track. Our sessions are conducted via teletherapy and my license extends throughout Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Florida, Vermont and many other states.
To start your healing journey together, please call me at 410-736-8118 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore how to get started.