Gayle Robertson, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Missouri

Gayle Robertson, LMFT, LPC, CGT

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I am proud to be a Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist who is dedicated to helping couples ignite the relationship of their dreams.

Even though you’re with the love of your life, your person, or your best friend, sharing a life with each other has become difficult. Feelings have been hurt; arguments have escalated; you’ve felt rejected and misunderstood; your partner doesn’t seem to understand or care; and you just can’t communicate. Avoiding each other and living like roommates has become the norm. This isn’t the life you signed up for.

You really want to be noticed, loved, and cared for, but it seems like your partner has lost all ability to do this for you.

You’ve tried to fix your relationship on your own, but nothing seems to change and you’re stuck. You know your relationship is worth saving and you’re ready to save it. What’s the solution? Not advice from friends and family. Not therapy based on intuition. Therapy created from science and research. Therapy that works. Therapy that will help you achieve the same scientifically proven skills that happy couples are implementing all day long. When you choose Gottman Method couples counseling, you will acquire better communication, deeper emotional connection, and positive day-to-day interactions with your partner.

It’s time to stop leaving well enough alone. You don’t have to settle for a mediocre relationship and keep telling yourself that everything‘s OK. You don’t have to sit around hoping that things will change. And the days of waking up feeling all alone in your relationship can end. You are capable of changing your relationship for the better!

Making the decision to begin therapy takes courage and personal change which can be difficult and scary at first. Not all of us are naturals like the relationship “masters” Dr. John Gottman observed in the Love Lab at the Gottman Institute. Why not try, though? Couples therapy can be exciting and incredibly rewarding! Remember, you’re here for a reason. You want a loving and compassionate relationship. You desire connection and intimacy. Why not try to be the best partner you can be? You, too, can become a relationship expert as you put the Gottman Method into practice.

I want to help you rebuild what has been lost. I’m here to help you ignite the relationship of your dreams.

I meet with couples for 4 Assessment sessions. We'll meet together first, then I will see each of you separately. I want to get to know each of you, the problems your relationship is facing, and the joys you've experienced and strengths you posess. You'll complete an online questionnaire that outlines the strengths and challenges for your relationship. Then, you'll come in for a fourth and final feedback session during which I'll share a treatment plan with research-based information about the state of your relationship. Couples often feel a great sense of relief after the Couples Assessment because a path to solve their problems has been clearly laid out.

Call now! I want to hear about your concerns and answer any questions you might have. We’ll talk for 20 minutes to see if we’re a good fit for working together and I’ll share the first steps toward investing in THE MOST IMPORTANT RELATIONSHIP OF YOUR LIFE.

Specialties & Clinical Interests

  • Pre-Marital & Marital Issues
  • Relationships

Fees & Insurance

Sliding Scale
No
Pay By
Cash, Check, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Health Savings Account (HSA), Credit Card, American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa

Licenses & Certifications

Years in Practice
22
License(s)
License #
state
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
2000169949
Missouri
Professional Certification(s)
Organization
Date
Certified Gottman Therapist
The Gottman Institute
2021
Graduate School(s)
Degree
Year Graduated
Pepperdine University
MA in Clinicial Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy
1996