Does Any of These sound Familiar?
Unhealthy relationship patterns take many shapes: being too dependent, being too independent, or being unable to communicate about things that bother you.
You might be navigating new dating or romantic experiences, or grieving the break-up of a serious relationship.
You might find it challenging to develop and maintain healthy friendships.
You might be dealing with changes in family relationships, or struggle to set boundaries with family members.
Nurture Healthy Relationships
If your most meaningful relationships leave you exhausted and discouraged, Let’s talk about it.
How Would Therapy Look Like?
Together, we’ll identify problems and strengths in your relationships. We’ll teach you effective problem solving and conflict resolution techniques.
Through role-playing and education, you will learn new and healthy ways to communicate, become more confident in setting boundaries, and learn to respond to disappointments, anger or sadness in more adaptive ways.
Conflict is a natural part of any relationship, but unresolved conflicts can strain relationships over time. Therapy provides tools and strategies to navigate conflicts, find common ground, and achieve mutually satisfactory resolutions.
You will gain insight into how past relationship experiences influence your current relationship issues, identify patterns of destructive behaviors in relationship, and break free of the relational patterns that keep you feeling disappointed, sad and angry.