Transform Your Relationship

We provide science-based couple therapy services and workshops, using the Gottman Method & Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, that help couples create secure and lasting connections.

About Us

Faith Drew, Ph.D.

Faith Drew, Ph.D.

Gottman Method Certified

Learn about Dr. Drew here.

George W. Bitar, Ph.D.

George W. Bitar, Ph.D.

Gottman Method Certified

Learn about Dr. Bitar here.

We moved to Charlotte In 2009 where we opened our practice (originally “DB Couples Therapy”) as a husband and wife team with the goal of providing science-based services to couples in a safe and secure environment. Over the years, our practice has expanded to include a group of skilled and compassionate professionals. We’ve been married for 16 years, have a daughter, and a hyper little Westie named “Rocky.” Please let us know if you have any questions about how we can help your relationship.
Sincerely, George & Faith

Therapy Services

couples therapy

Couples ReConnection

Major life transitions (e.g., birth of a child), communication issues, unmet emotional needs, addiction, and relationship neglect can all produce a sense of disconnection. We help couples work through these and other issues in a way that builds trust and closeness.
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affair recovery

Infidelity Recovery

Few experiences are as painful as the trauma of infidelity. We provide couples a map for navigating recovery using Gottman’s 3-Phase Trust Revival Method, which promotes a supportive environment where healing becomes possible over time.
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premarital counseling

Premarital Counseling

We give relationships a solid and secure foundation to last a lifetime. This service is built on science-based principles that have been shown to decrease divorce and significantly improve marital satisfaction. Learn More Here.

The Art & Science of Love Workshop

This 2-Day Workshop decreases divorce rates in premarital couples and significantly increases relationship satisfaction in the vast majority of couples who complete the program. During this program, participants learn how to deepen their friendship, strengthen the security of their bond, communicate effectively, and create shared goals for the future.
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The workshop was probably the best thing we could have done for ourselves.

T.P.

We had a breakthrough regarding our understanding of one another.

A.J.

Very positive experience. Helped me open up and better communicate with my wife.

H.S.

Our Team

Lyndsey Osler

Lyndsey Osler

LMFT

My goal is to help couples bring out their best selves in their relationship and to strengthen their connection. When I’m not seeing clients, I love spending time with my husband and two young children.
Learn more about Lyndsey here.

Wesley Little

Wesley Little

LPC, NCC

I love working with the couples that come to see me, and especially enjoy working with couples experiencing transitions, including infertility, becoming parents, and career changes. I’m happiest when I’m hiking up a mountain or swimming in the ocean.
Learn more about Wesley here.

Hanna Rose

Hanna Rose

LPCA

I enjoy working with couples to identify their strengths so that they can overcoming damaging patterns and create a meaningful life together. I love spending time with my husband, our son, and our boxer named Achilles.
Learn more about Hanna here. 

Some Thoughts

Our Science-Based Approach

We have experienced the deep fulfillment and inevitable disappointments in our own marriage and know the importance of having a clear map to navigate the complex and challenging territory of committed relationships. We use two primary models of treatment which are...

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The Phases of Marriage

Remaining in a committed relationship can be incredibly fulfilling and incredibly difficult, even for the healthiest couples. Our definitions of "love" and what it means to be in a satisfying relationship also weighs heavily on our ability to weather the difficult and...

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The Positive Perspective

Positive and negative interactions in a relationship don't have equal impact. It takes at least 20 positive interactions (e.g., saying "I love you," holding hands, asking about the day, etc.) to counteract 1 negative interaction (e.g., a critical statement). Positive...

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Call Us: 704-776-2464

4108 Park Road, Suite 411, Charlotte, NC 28209