But in their day-to-day lives, they have hit upon a dynamic that keeps their negative thoughts and feelings about each other (which all people have) from overwhelming their positive ones. They have what I call an emotionally intelligent relationship.
— John Gottman

Common Issues Addressed:

Unproductive communication cycles

Conflict management

Boredom/ feeling like roommates

Healing emotional wounds

Issues of trust or jealousy

Depression or anxiety affecting relating

Discernment counseling / Ambivalence therapy: determining whether your problems can be solved and whether you want to try

Breaking up/Divorce: Conscious uncoupling

Recovering from emotional or physical infidelity

Open relating, polyamory and relationship anarchy choice

Life transitions (school/career, relocating, buying a home, having children, death and grief, retirement)

Sex therapy: relational pleasure

Sex-positivity and kink inclusivity

Negotiating areas of conflict (stress, finances, housework, sex, electronic distractions, porn, social or family relationships)

Pre-marital counseling/ Contemplating commitment

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning identities in relationships 

Family, cultural or religious identities in relationships

Deciding on children

Planning a "no regrets" lifestyle to help your relationship thrive

Creating rituals of connection

Supporting each others' life dreams

Conflict is an opportunity to learn how to love each other better over time.
— John Gottman