Zach Brittle, LMHC, has been teaching, coaching, mentoring and counseling couples for over 10 years.
Check out Zach’s 2016 teaching schedule.
“From Arguments to Kissing, the chapters that follow bring the research to life with creativity, warmth, and humor.” -Dr. John Gottman
The average couple waits 6 years before seeking help for relationship problems. Start today.
The Gottman Institute has invited me to contribute to their relationship blog twice a month in 2014. I’ve been writing through the alphabet on a variety of topics having to do with marriage and relationships. Keep up with the column here: Follow The Gottman’s board The Relationship Alphabet on Pinterest. You can also access the […]
Verily magazine asked me about how to rebuild trust after a betrayal. Verily is committed to the mission of helping women become “more of who they are and less of who they should be.” I’m proud to contribute to this effort. Check out my response here: For Better, For Worse: Rebuilding Trust After Betrayal.
When working with couples I generally have 7 goals for therapy. These goals provide a practical and flexible outline for treatment while providing helpful categories to think through the relationship. Movement from Chaos to Stability – This is my first goal when working with any couple. If you don’t (or can’t) stabilize the “here and […]
My philosophy of pre-marital counseling has shifted quite a bit lately. I used to think of it as short-term process designed to help couples prepare for married life. We would tackle the typical issues of money, sex, in-laws, etc… but it started to feel a little bit like checking off the boxes. I’ve come to believe that nothing […]
My reflections on John Gottman’s Emotion Coaching Parenting Style. Sometimes, I’m not that good at it. Read the full article here: Relationship and Marriage Advice | The Gottman Relationship Blog: The Digital Age: 3 Reasons I Am A Terrible Emotion Coach.
The Gottman Institute asked me for a “practitioner’s perspective” on the impact of technology and relationships. Read the full article here: Relationship and Marriage Advice | The Gottman Relationship Blog: The Digital Age: A Practitioners Perspective.