Are you having a hard time communicating with your spouse, relationship partner, family member or friend?
Are you experiencing conflict with a spouse, relationship partner, family member or friend, and feeling stuck in how to resolve it?
Are you happy in your relationship, but notice there are issues you can work on individually in order to improve your relationship?
Does your couple’s therapist (or family therapist) feel you would benefit from doing some individual work, in order to improve the relationship and also work on your own healing?
Are you finding that past relationships or past traumas may be interfering with your current relationship?
If you said “yes” to any of the above, then relationship therapy/coaching can be helpful for you.
Relationship therapy/coaching can help you improve relationships with others in your life. These “others” can be spouses, romantic partners, friends or family members. If couples/family therapy is not possible, attending relationship therapy as an individual can still be helpful in improving your relationship. Relationship therapy can also complement couples or family therapy in allowing you work on healing yourself, which can greatly serve the couple or family therapy work.