Feeling Unloved and Not Valuable? Feeling unappreciated in your relationship - Frustrated, Irritated and Stressed?

Get help from an experienced relationship counselor.

Improving relationships with beloved ones begins with feeling safe to express feelings and thoughts. You need to feel like your partner hears you, is listening and understands you. Communicating honestly and openly is vital for improved relationships and a closer bond and connection emotionally and physically.

Many relationships involve talking however what is missing is truly listening, showing understanding, compassion, and empathy.

Five important categories that most relationships desire in the area of love are:

1. Spending quality time together
2. Physical touch
3. Words of affirmation
4. Acts of service
5. Receiving gifts.

It is essential to learn how one can display and convey these areas to your beloved partner in order to maintain a long term marriage or relationship.

Healthy Relationships involve:

  • Safe and healthy Communication
  • Trust Rebuilding
  • Feeling loved, valued, appreciated
  • Intimacy issues: physical, emotional
  • Anger, Irritability, and mood management
  • Balancing work and social with family life.
  • Stress Management
  • Conflict resolution
  • Emotional affairs
  • Infidelity
  • Emotional Connection

David Abrams MAPC, LPC has over 15 years helping with relationship, couples and marriage issues. David has an advanced Graduate specialty in Marriage and Family counseling.

Use the form above to confidentially contact me, or call me at: 602.575.4030


David AbramsBiography David R. Abrams, MAPC, LPC, CAGS

Psychotherapist David Abrams is extremely passionate about effecting changes and creating hope and health in the lives of children, teens and adults through counseling. He has an eclectic, strengths-based approach to counseling and psychotherapy. He believes that empathy, rapport, and unconditional support provide the foundation where change can be facilitated. He works with children, teens, and adults with a wide array of mental health challenges.

A native of Phoenix, AZ, David graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University in 1998 with a B.A. in Psychology. In 2004, he received his M.A.P.C., Masters in Professional Counseling with a 3.9 GPA from Ottawa University. He graduated with a certified advanced graduate specialty in Marriage, Child, and Family as well as another advanced graduate certification in Trauma, Abuse, and Deprivation.