Relationships bring meaning to life. They can also bring stress, disappointment, conflict and frustration. Each of us brings our unique personality, history, family background, genes, and values into a relationship, and the blending with others can be synchronistic, reactive, or anywhere in between.
While sometimes we can choose to no longer be in relationship with someone when the interaction is unhealthy or stressful, often it is helpful to learn how to work through the challenges and build healthy connections. This may involve setting healthy boundaries, resolving past hurts, honoring each others’ belief systems, and learning how to improve communication.
Some of the relationships that we can help you to improve include:
- PARENTS & CHILDREN
- DIVORCED/SEPARATED CO-PARENTING
- BLENDED FAMILIES (REMARRIED WITH OR WITHOUT CHILDREN INVOLVED)
- SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
- WORK RELATIONSHIPS
- RELATIONSHIP WITH SELF
Therapy sessions can be individual, couples, or with other family members.
One of the most important relationships that one will have in life is RELATIONSHIP WITH SELF. When one’s relationship with self is unhealthy, loneliness and unhappiness will find their way into any other relationship. Therapy can help you dig into the root of your self-confidence barriers so you can build a healthy and positive sense of self. This allows you to be more open and able to maintain healthy relationships with others.