Relationship Therapy for Individuals
It is perfectly normal to attend therapy about relationships without your partner or if you are single. Whether you're in a relationship or not, therapy can help you work out thoughts and feelings and this leads to improvement in the situation and how you feel.
When just one person from a couple is in counselling, some significant changes in their relationships can take place because of the knock on affect of personal therapy. Therapy uses special techniques and approaches that alter your way of being so that relationships either change or move on to a place where you feel happier.
In a relationship
Sometimes only one person in the couple attends counselling to address relationship issues. This can be because the other person can't or won't attend, or because of work commitments.
When in a relationship it's pretty normal to hit some difficult times especially if living together, but sometimes things remain difficult and you could be left with arguments, irritation, frustration or anxiety and sometimes a person or couple do not know what is wrong or how to fix it.
If you're not in a Relationship
Many people seek therapy to work out where they could be going wrong in relationships. Maybe you're repeating the same negative pattern or maybe you don't now know what you want from a partner any more. At all stages of life, relationships come to the forefront at some point and therapy can help us make better choices and decisions which helps get into more rewarding and satisfying relationships.
Some of the issues worked on in therapy include:
- Controlling behaviours
- Communication Problems
- Divorce and Separation
- Emotional Abuse
- Intimacy Issues
- Love confusion
- Psychological Abuse
- Relationship Anxiety
- Relationship Patterns
- Stress in a relationship
- Toxic relationships
- Unhealthy relationship Patterns
- Womens Sexual Problems