It only takes one to tango!
We are wired for connection and relationships bring meaning and purpose to our lives. However, when those relationships deliver sadness, pain and loss, the result can be depression and anxiety.
If you are currently single or if your partner will not or cannot attend therapy, you can still take the first step and reach out for help with counselling services for individual relationship therapy.
Perhaps you’re struggling to find or retain a strong relationship based on mutual trust and support, or maybe you are dealing with the aftermath of a relationship that has ended? You could also be experiencing problems with family members or work colleagues.
Whatever relationship challenges you are facing, I can help you discover new possibilities and navigate a pathway to the future you most desire.
I can help you with individual relationship therapy:
- Survive a breakup
- Issues of commitment
- Depression and anxiety
- Grief and loss
- Sexual self-awareness
- LGBT + relationship issues
- Body image and relationships
- Family cut-offs
- Blended family challenges
- Isolated and alone in marriage
Giving up your individuality to be together is as defeating in the long run as giving up your relationship to maintain your individuality. Either way, you end up being less of a person with less of a relationship
David Schnarch ‘Passionate Marriage’
Create relational self-awareness
Individual relationship counselling can help you explore the deep emotional issues that may be impacting your relationship or marriage. This can often be a valuable first step before couple or family therapy. It can provide a safe space for you to unpack what is really going on for you in your relationship. This can help you gain clarity about your situation and perspective and maybe help to shine a light on how you may be contributing to the relational dynamics. Individual relationship counselling is also a step toward greater relational self-awareness.