Relationship Counseling for Dating Couples

For many couples, increasing conflict and distress does not start when they are married, but begins while they are dating. When in the midst of dating distress, many couples fear that the early presence of conflict is a “sign” that the relationship may not be sustainable.

However, at Biltmore Psychology & Counseling, our Psychologists have worked with many dating couples and have found that pursuing counseling during this time does not indicate that the relationship is doomed to fail. In fact, many couples that choose to begin couples counseling while dating find that it actually sets them up for the success they are hoping for.

Dating distress does not mean that your relationship is bad or not the “right fit”. Good relationships are often hard work, and within our practice we help couples develop the skills they need to overcome hardship, and create a healthy, fulfilling connection. We have discovered that couples who are committed to the relationship and loving one another can flourish and benefit greatly from counseling when the experience dating distress.

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Fill out the form below or call us at (480) 999-7070 for a free 10 minute consultation on how we can help with dating distress.

Meet our Team

Dr. Melissa Estavillo, PsyD

DR. MELISSA ESTAVILLO, PsyD

Doctorate and Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Arizona School of Professional Psychology
Practice Areas: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Relationship Counseling, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Grief, Spiritual Integration, Medical Counseling, Immigration Evaluation Services

Dr. Sheri Clark, PhD

DR. SHERI CLARK, PhD

Doctorate in Counseling Psychology, University of Tennessee – Knoxville
Practice Areas: Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, Relationship Distress, Animal-Assisted Therapy, Sexuality and Gender-Identity Development, Career Counseling, Workplace Dynamics, Self-Esteem, Woman’s Issues, Spirituality. 

Nicholette Aragon, LMFT

NICHOLETTE ARAGON, LMFT

Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy, Arizona State University
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Practice Areas: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), marriage/relationship therapy, individual therapy, trauma, faith-based counseling, grief and loss, parenting/coparenting issues, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, work/life stressors

Arkady Petrosyan, LMFT

ARKADY PETROSYAN, LMFT

Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy, Arizona State University
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Practice Areas: Grief and loss, parenting/coparenting issues, depression, anxiety, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), marriage/relationship therapy, individual therapy, life changes, PTSD, self-identity development, mindfulness, and spirituality.

Danielle Corrales, LMFT

DANIELLE CORRALES, LMFT

M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy,
Arizona State University
B.S. Family and Human Development,
Arizona State University

Practice Areas: Marriage/relationship therapy, pre-marital counseling, grief and loss, general counseling, anxiety and depression, individual therapy, life changes, work/life stressors

Kate Gehling, Office Manager

KATE GEHLING

B.S. Psychology,
University of Hawaii at Manoa

Office Manager