Therapy can help with your relationship

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Relationships, whether with partners, family or friends, can be the best of experiences; but when they go wrong it can be devastating and have negative impacts upon our sense of identity and self-worth. They may cause us stress, trauma, anxiety and depression.

It is worth being aware that most important relationships may bring up strong emotions, positive and negative. Signs of trouble may be boredom, resentment and dissatisfaction and individuals may begin to communicate less. Our relationships in the present may be influenced by our relationships in the past, especially the relationships we had in the family with our parents and siblings or other family members. Relationships at work can often mirror family or peer relationships from early years, perhaps at school.

Psychotherapy and counselling can help you consider your relationship issues and get some clarity on how to change your situation for the better.

Psychotherapy and counselling can help to identify patterns in your relationships, such as: confusions; destructive behaviours; loneliness; conflict and separation and help us to break free of old patterns. It may help us to have a better relationship with ourselves, which in turn may mean our other relationships improve. Exploring our relationship with ourselves and others can offer the chance to examine our patterns of interacting, to allow us to lead healthier and happier lives as we learn new skills.

During psychotherapy and counselling , the relationship with the therapist becomes important and gives an opportunity to experiment with different emotions and patterns of behaviour, which might normally feel uncomfortable.

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Relationships

Helping you consider your relationship issues and get some clarity on how to change your situation for the better.

Depression

Better cope with these feelings by talking about the experiences with therapist.

Anxiety

Certain behaviours are determined by unconscious motivations, drives, and instincts usually formed through early experience.

Stress

Psychotherapy and counselling is useful in dealing with stress through providing a safe space to explore feelings
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