We partner with married, unmarried and pre-marital couples to strengthen their relationships.
Clients come to our office facing a range of challenges in their relationship or marriage. For example, “my spouse is saying ‘I love you, but I’m not in love with you anymore,'” “we have become distant and need to re-connect or re-ignite the flame,” “we are having problems with intimacy and lack of sex,” “I caught him/her in a lie or being cheating and I no longer trust them,” or “my spouse wants a separation or stop a divorce…and I still want to work on things”
While we can’t guarantee you or your spouse change, our goal is to help couples develop the ability to start hearing each other, begin to develop the skills to start resolving conflicts by creating “Win/Win” vs “Win/Lose” or “Lose/Lose” solutions, and start understanding and speaking each other’s “love language”.
We welcome the opportunity to serve you.
Our office is located in Greenbelt, MD and we are easily accessible to client in the Washington DC/MD/VA area, including Prince George’s County, Howard County, Montgomery County and Anne Arundel County residents. We are also a short drive away from Prince George’s County residents, including Bladensburg, Bowie, Brandywine, Brentwood, Calverton, Camp Springs, Capitol Heights, College Park, Forestville, Fort Washington, Greenbelt, Landover, Laurel, Mitchellville, Largo, New Carrollton, Oxon Hill, Seat Pleasant, Suitland, Takoma Park, Temple Hills, University Park, and Upper Marlboro.
Shane K. Perrault, PhD
Psychologist, Author, Speaker and Founder of African American Marriage Counseling
If you’re looking for a speaker or media guest, Dr. Shane is a highly sought after speaker on issues relating to relationships and marriages. He would be happy to be a Keynote Speaker at your church, organization or private event, or to facilitate your next workshop, or appear as a media guest.
Dr. Shane has appeared on a number of national television and radio shows, and has served as a relationship specialist in a couple of movies about black marriages (including “You Saved Me). Most recently, he appeared on a TVOne episode as a guest specialist, has been a regular contributor to Ebony and blogs for the Psychology Today magazine, and was a keynote speaker at Congresswoman Eleanor Norton Holmes’ forum on “What Has Happened to Marriage in the Black Community?” during the Congressional Black Caucus.
As a speaker or TV guest, he can add humor, insight, perspective and the tender touch needed to deliver the desired results.
He received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from The Ohio State University, and completed his undergraduate studies at Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA.
To Your Success,
Shane K. Perrault, PhD
6411 Ivy Lane, Suite 402
Greenbelt, MD 20770