Individual and group counseling for relationship issues can be a powerful tool for reclaiming your life and your happiness. This type of therapy can be helpful for a variety of relationship problems including:
RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS WITH SIGNIFICANT OTHERS SUCH AS:
A spouse. Marital conflicts.
Dating partners. Couple issues.
A family member (e.g., parent, sibling, in-law).
Support through divorce.
Transition to parenthood.
Parents of young adults.
Balance between your roles as a spouse and as a busy professional.
Balance between your roles as a parent and the caretaker for an aging parent.
MAJOR TOPICS COVERED IN THIS KIND OF THERAPY INCLUDE:
Your family and relationship history.
Your relationship patterns including dysfunctional patterns that may be continuing to persist today.
Negative individual factors (e.g., personality traits, your worldview, past trauma) that may have a negative impact on the health of your relationships.
Your strengths (e.g., personality traits, overcoming past challenges) that we can build on to help improve the health of your relationships.
Specific behaviors that you may be doing or not doing that are holding you back from having better relationships.
Difficult thoughts or emotions that you’re struggling with related to your relationship problems (e.g., doubting your self worth).
Establishing healthy boundaries with toxic people in your life.
Acceptance of relationships that may be beyond repair
Decisions and strategies for your relationships going forward (e.g., deciding what kind of relationship you want to have, if any, with a toxic parent; deciding if forgiveness is a goal for you).
TAL CMHC offers beneficial services that encourage insight, self-reflection, and healthy coping mechanisms. Our therapists reinforce positive emotions, placing emphasis on positive behaviors and the connection these behaviors have with feelings.