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Modern relationships need modern support.

Here at Winding Path, we know what it’s like to be a modern couple. Whether you’re looking for the ideal partner online, you’re trying to figure out how to keep the spark alive after having kids, or you’re just trying to figure life out, we want to help you not only survive, but thrive in your relationship, family, and life.

We specialize in helping modern couples create the most incredible relationships and marriages possible, giving you the tools and relationship practices you need to thrive and grow alongside your partner.

In addition to couples work, we also help millennial individuals who are dealing with a range of issues, including dating, rebuilding after unhealthy relationships, stress and anxiety, family struggles, and more. We stay up to date on all the real-world trends and counseling approaches; we’re living a lot of them as well!

We also help couples and individual parents (moms and dads) transition into the life of parenthood, overcome postpartum struggles, and keep the spark alive in their relationship. If you feel like you’re in over your head and you can’t catch a break, let us help you.

Give us a call, and start your journey today. Or, click below to learn more about how we can help you.

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Sarah Tie, MA, NCC – Denver Couples Counselor

Nice to meet you – I’m Sarah.

I’ve been the owner and lead counselor here at Winding Path Counseling since 2014. After struggling to figure out the chaos of my own relationship and becoming a new parent, I made it my mission to help couples, new parents, and individuals get the tools and support they need to build real-world relationships and partnerships that actually last.

I believe couples counseling shouldn’t be awkward or uncomfortable – instead, it can be fun and modern. At Winding Path, you’ll have the unique experience of working with someone who actually gets what real-world relationships are like today. I’m living it just like you, and I’d love to help!

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"When you’re on the same page, you can look at a problem differently — you can look at it as the couple versus the problem instead of one partner versus the other."
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