If you are looking for a fresh perspective on relationships, wholeness, love, transformation...you are in the right place. You may have stumbled upon this page, sought it out or been referred to Love That Relationship by someone who cares for your well-being. Regardless of how you've arrived here, it's my hope that you'll find the comfort and hope needed to invest in what's important: your relationship with God, self and others.
are you loving
Are you consumed with hurts from the past? Are you finding it difficult to deal with losses that have come about due to death, health issues, financial constraints, or other traumatic events? Does the quality of your relationships reflect your values? Are you feeling stuck, frustrated or overwhelmed with life? Loving your relationships means not ignoring those things that are troubling you, keeping you awake at night, causing you to self-medicate. You don't have to suffer in silence, in isolation. Loving your relationships starts with accepting and loving YOU. Start loving your relationships today. Call today, 317-762-6136
How can I support you?
Family issues-conflict/ communication/boundary issues
Parent-child relational issues
Specializing in Gottman methods and interventions for couples
Shar'ron is currently conducting all sessions virtually.
Intensives are also available
Shar'ron Mason, MA, LMFT Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Wife, mother, friend, therapist...Shar'ron wears many hats, the most important being child of God. Shar'ron has a passion for helping families, couples and individuals to become their best selves and to live fulfilling lives. She believes that there are no magic wands that can be waved to take away the deep pain and anguish that many experience, but she knows that God is able to facilitate the healing process in ways that defy explanation or words. It is Shar'ron's desire to create an atmosphere of safety and trust in which each person is able to engage in generative conversations that bring them closer to where they desire to be. Shar'ron received her Master's of Arts Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Christian Theological Seminary and is an independent therapist with Hope Counseling Ministries.