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Couples Counseling  | Marriage | Relationship Therapist In Austin, TX
You're Doing Everything You Can To Save Your Relationship

But things haven't been right for some time.  It’s not like it used to be.

You're arguing more.  Making up less.  

You feel tense, distant, frustrated, maybe even angry and unsure of your future together.

You're In The Right Place
We all exist in the context of our relationships. And the quality of those relationships has a major impact on our happiness.  

When we stop feeling emotionally safe, your world can feel like it's falling apart. 

We all want to feel respected, loved, prioritized, heard, understood and validated.  

If these things are lacking then of course you're worried.  

Let's talk about how I can help.
Hello, I'm Katherine Robertson
Licensed Psychotherapist | Love Coach | Relationship Expert
What brought you here today? 

Maybe you're feeling frustrated, scared, angry or even distant.  Your relationship isn't working quite the way you'd imagined and you've given up in trying to fix things yourself.

Let's talk about how I can help.

Whether or not we work together, I'll help you get a sense of what you need to do and point you in the right direction.  Have a look around. See which service is right for you:

And if you aren’t sure, give me a call. My free phone consultations will give you the clarity you need.
Services
  •  Couples Therapy
  •  Relationship Therapy for One
  •  EMDR Trauma Therapy
  •  Love Coaching For Single Women
  •  Online Counseling
Issues Treated
  • Deciding To Stay Or Leave After Infidelity
  • Separate / Divorce or Remain Married
  •  Toxic relationships
  •  Dating / Relationship Concerns
  •  Children/Partners of Narcissists
  •  Connection, Communication, and Affection
5 Step Process My Clients Use To Restore Deep Love And Trust To Their Relationship

"You've helped me understand my triggers and really get to the root of why I reacted to my husband the way I did.  I often felt so abandoned and working with you helped me turn my marriage around.  I'm surprised because he didn't come to any sessions.  I was able to do this all by myself, just by shifting the way I experienced him and understanding why I reacted the way I did.  He swears I am a different woman.  Indeed, I feel that I am and we are doing great!"


"You've helped me understand my triggers and really get to the root of why I reacted to my husband the way I did.  I often felt so abandoned and working with you helped me turn my marriage around.  I'm surprised because he didn't come to any sessions.  I was able to do this all by myself, just by shifting the way I experienced him and understanding why I reacted the way I did.  He swears I am a different woman.  Indeed, I feel that I am and we are doing great!"


"You've helped me understand my triggers and really get to the root of why I reacted to my husband the way I did.  I often felt so abandoned and working with you helped me turn my marriage around.  I'm surprised because he didn't come to any sessions.  I was able to do this all by myself, just by shifting the way I experienced him and understanding why I reacted the way I did.  He swears I am a different woman.  Indeed, I feel that I am and we are doing great!"

How Do You Know You're Ready To Take This Step?
  •  You're at a point where something has to change because you're not sure you can continue the way things are today
  •  You often find yourself frustrated, anxious, not sleeping well or feeling less than optimistic about the future
  •  You love your partner and want to find the way back to the magic you once had for each other
  •  You’re ready to commit to doing the work, facing your fears and ultimately choosing love over fear
  •  You have the resources of time, money, and energy to put toward the commitment to your transformation
What To Expect
For Couples
There is a very specific protocol I use to gather all the information I will need to be an effective therapist for you. The most efficient way to do this is in three 90-minute sessions.

Session #1- 
Both partners are present. We will do a bit of paperwork and discuss why you are there in greater depth. I have a series of important questions I will go through with you in this session. I will also instruct you how to do the online relationship analysis.

Session #2- 
One 90-minute session broken into two 45-minute segments with each partner seen individually (can be done at separate times if needed)

Session #3- 
Both partners are present and will likely be expected to come together for all subsequent sessions. I will give you feedback about the information I have gathered, both through interviews and the online relationship analysis.

Together, we will agree on the most urgent issues to work on, and get started right away!

I truly believe a good fit is necessary for therapy to be effective. If for any reason you aren’t getting the right vibes, there is no pressure to continue! I will be happy to send you in the right direction to find a good fit!
Next Steps
Step 1: Reach out!
Contact me on the page below with any questions or concerns. Or just give me a call at (720) 316-5625.

I will always answer if I am free.

But don’t be deterred if I don’t answer. I’m probably just in session. Leave a message and I will get back to you that day.

Step 2: Phone call
Via email, text, or the phone, we can set up a time to chat. This is free and usually takes about 20 minutes. I have a handful of important questions I will ask you to make sure I’m a good fit for you.

By the end of this call, you should have a pretty good idea whether you’d like to work with me. If you’d like to move forward, we can set up the initial intake session.

Step 3: Initial Consultation
The initial consultation is an intake session. I recommend a 80-minute session as we will have so much to cover. And I really like to make sure you leave that first session with some answers and a plan.

I generally leave my 7pm slots open for intakes so I can get you in as soon as possible!
Step 4: Find your “slot.”
I expect my clients to be committed to this process and attend sessions weekly. Only then will we see great results.

In return for your commitment, I will hold you a regular session time out of respect for your schedules (except of course in emergencies or extenuating circumstances). I work well into the evenings to accommodate work and school schedules.

The 7pm slot is generally reserved for new clients and intakes to ensure you get in quickly.

Step 5: Get to Work!
We will work together to improve your situation to your satisfaction.

Sometimes, I am the expert. Teaching you new skills, providing insight, and leading the structure of the session.

Other times, I am your tour guide through the process towards healing and health. Leading you into murky waters for you to find your own answers and solutions.

And then other times, I am just your partner in the mess. A trusted associate, providing safety and companionship, as we sort through the muck together. I won’t always have ALL the answers. But we will be in it together as we find them.

We will continuously evaluate your progress and make adjustments as needed. You are free to end therapy whenever you feel ready.
~ Frequently Asked Questions ~
What Are Your Fees?
$180 per 50-minute session.

I also offer 90-minute sessions at a rate of $250 as an option for couples and families. Many people prefer this option anytime there is more than one person in the room. EMDR sessions also are more effective/productive when 90-minutes.
Do you take insurance?
In general, I do not work with insurance companies. I am considered “out-of-network.”

However, if you would like to seek reimbursement on your own, I am happy to provide a super bill with the necessary information.

Insurance companies limit who you can see and the amount of sessions you can have and the treatment must be “medically necessary.” This means that someone has to actually diagnose you with a mental health disorder AND prove that it is impacting your health on a day-to-day basis. Many of life’s problems, especially relationship problems, are not mental health disorders. Many folks seek treatment before their issue would meet criteria for diagnosis as a mental health disorder, as they should!

If you’d like to read about this issue further, please read the following article.

http://psychcentral.com/lib/why-managed-care-hurts-you/
Why therapy? How will it even help?
The point of therapy is to help YOU understand YOU in a deeper way. I am highly educated in human behavior, how the brain works, and how relationship dynamics happen and maintain.

For couples specifically, we as humans get so trapped in our own reactivity. We know we are angry, annoyed, hurt…but often struggle to really understand WHY.

I will help you understand the “WHY.”The “why” creates awareness and insight. And that is how change occurs. We can’t change something that we don’t even know is happening! So insight allows for CHOICE…do you want to keep behaving that old way that doesn’t work or would you like to behave differently now that you know other options?

Couples also gain a much deeper understanding of EACH OTHER in therapy. This creates more empathy and kindness, increasing your bond. When the bond is stronger, you can work together as team, moving from “me against you” to an “us against the world” mindset.
Why am I hesitating to call you?
We are creatures of habit. That makes all changes and transitions difficult. Plus, we have an evolutionary fear of the unknown and unfamiliar. I hope my website can answer many of the “unknowns” for you. But if you still have concerns or fears, just use the contact page to write me, and we can keep exploring it together.

Therapy also has gotten a bad rap. Good ol’ Freud has everyone still thinking we lay on the couch talking about our mommy-issues. May I confidently reassure you that therapy has evolved!

It is for everyone and anyone wanting to understand themselves better and get relief from any overwhelming emotion. In my experience, it’s not “screwed up” people that come to see me. Just the opposite really: it is the brave ones who are willing to be human and seek help for the things they don’t know about.

And…yes, sometimes we do wind up talking about mommy issues 😉
How long will it take to feel better?
Hope and a sense of relief usually occurs immediately after coming in. With a regular, weekly commitment to therapy, improvement can be seen in the first month. I often start prescribing interventions for couples and families within 4 sessions.

If you do prescribed homework and use skills outside of session, treatment can be completed in about 6 months (longer if there is severe trauma).

An average stay is usually around a year or so. And you are welcomed back with open arms anytime something new may arise in your life!

Like with most things, you get out with you put in. The more committed to the work, the quicker you will see results that are lasting and sustainable.
What are you like?
My clients tell me that I am pretty easy going, down to earth while being very insightful and good at spotting destructive patterns early in the process without using too much "psychobabble". They also find me relatable and enjoy how active I am in the process with them.  

I also hold my clients accountable as my goal is to push you past your fears so that your actions moving forward will be rooted in love. I call this the lace glove vs iron fist approach. Some sessions I may hold your feet to the fire and others we go easy.

My husband thinks I am incredibly intuitive which I would agree with as I am an INFJ if you're into Meyers Briggs. He is an INTJ so you can imagine how insanely different we are!  

Like many Austin transplants, I love the water so we spend a lot of time exploring Lake Travis. I’m sure that we can always find something in common!
What makes you different than other therapists?
Imagine for a moment that your marriage was in crisis... Would you want to work with someone who treats couples, depression, addiction, anxiety, chronic pain, and trauma? Or would you want someone who specializes in treating couples in crisis?

Many therapists will list their credentials, trainings and years in practice as qualifiers as to why they should be your therapist, but the truth is you don't care about that. You want someone who specializes in helping couples mend their relationships.

This is what makes me different.  
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