Do you find yourself feeling detached from your partner?
Or maybe, you just don’t see yourself as someone who deserves to be happy and feel loved?
Do you feel distant from family members?
Relationship counseling can help you discover why you just don’t feel as connected to that loved one as you once did. If you find any of the above statements relating to your life, you may want to consider relationship counseling.
Signs You Should Consider Relationship Counseling
- You’re looking for a friend that you can call your “best friend”
- You want to feel a connection with your partner again
- You’re looking to connect with a friend or family member in a more meaningful way
- You’re trying to figure out why none of your relationships ever work out like you want them to
- You want to learn more about yourself
- You’re looking for that sense of belonging with the people in your community
Relationship Counseling Can Help You
- Understand how past experiences may have shaped your current relationship
- Identify your core beliefs about yourself and thinking patterns which may be impacting your relationships and your ability to have healthy relationships
- Find trust and vulnerability in your relationship or marriage, while maintaining healthy boundaries, so you can develop real intimacies with your partner
- Overcome anxious, negative thoughts about yourself that stop you from seeing yourself as unworthy of love
- Develop your ability to be spontaneous, relax more and have fun
How We Approach Relationship Counseling
Our staff understand that not every relationship is like the relationships that are portrayed in the movies and that most relationships will have their rough patches from time-to-time.
We take a client-centered approach to assisting people in understanding how their complex relationships work. We deal with each person (or couple) as an individual case, and focus on what needs to be done to repair the relationship or in some cases, move on from the relationship.
Therapy styles & Techniques our staff are familiar with include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Insight Oriented Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Goal Setting
- Play Therapy
- Experiential Therapy
- Mindfulness Therapy
- Family Systems Models
- Applied Behavior Analysis
To find out more about relationship counseling and determine if it’s right for you, send us a message.