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Relationship Help For Individuals

Relationship help for individuals can be beneficial to you.  By participating in therapy to address issues in your relationship, you can learn healthy ways to manage your response to conflicts and disagreements.

Despite your partners choice not to participate, you can benefit in the following ways:

Decreased anxiety when conflict occurs.
More effective listening and communication skills.
A better sense of comfort and ease on your end in managing and working through impasses.
A better understanding of yourself and your needs.
Learn to facilitate and create a safer, less highly charged emotional place for you and your partners emotions, which can develop trust and intimacy.

THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN YOUR PARTNER

CHOOSING NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN THERAPY AND CHOOSING

NOT TO WORK ON THE RELATIONSHIP.

Partners may initially decide not to attend couples therapy for some of these reasons:
Fear of being judged by the therapist.
Worry about being stigmatized by others for being in therapy.
Personal history of trauma/abuse/trust violations in past relationships, including family of origin where a high level of shame is used when feelings are present.
Fear of showing vulnerability.
Worry that participating in counseling as a couple will make things worse.

WHEN YOU BEGIN TO WORK ON YOURSELF AND MAKE CHANGES, THE RELATIONSHIP WILL NATURALLY CHANGE.

 LEARNING BETTER AND MORE HEALTHY WAYS TO MANAGE RELATIONSHIP STRESS IS NOT ONLY GOOD FOR YOU, BUT GOOD FOR YOU AS A COUPLE.

If You Would Like To Schedule With One Of Our Therapists, We Would Be Glad To Schedule An Appointment For You!

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