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Relationship Counseling in Scottsdale, AZ

Love your Relationship

Relationship Counseling is not just for married or committed relationships. Like anything else worth having, fantastic relationships require intention, cultivation, and support.

Relationships require work and are bound to face challenges from time to time. Simple, everyday stressors can strain a relationship, and major sources of stress may threaten the stability of the relationship.

Think about it – your “work” relationships can take up as much, or more of your time than your personal relationships. If you work full-time (or even less when you add in travel time, etc.) you are spending 1/3 of your day involved with individuals that you may or may not have selected.

You don’t have to face these stressors alone. Relationship counseling can work to ensure the health and longevity of your relationship. In fact, many of our clients address relationship problems through individual therapy, and then they apply that learning in context with their other relationships. 

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Relationships are important. We all need connections. You want someone to laugh, cry and interact with. When the relationships are good, you feel happy. When they are tough, you can feel sad, frustrated or distracted by them.

Remember, problems are normal. Not everything is perfect all the time. Most of the time, you will have some issues, it’s just how you learn to handle them. You might feel slighted by someone at work, and it impacts how you work together. Decisions might be made, and misunderstood because there was no clear understanding to begin with.

Relationship counseling is a place you can learn how to talk about issues and how to be more effective in understanding and dealing with them. Think of the counselor as a communications guide, working with you to learn how to listen, understand, and share your feelings with others. You will learn how to communicate better and more effectively.

Counseling relationship with those you love

Family relationships can be hard for you to navigate. The old ways of dealing with each other may not work any longer. You don’t need to be resigned to this things staying the same.

By learning some new skills and how to understand and listen to those you want close in your life. You will possibly re-learn how to communicate and interact with family members.

By healing some of the old wounds and moving forward, you are able to create even stronger relationships with others.

Maybe you have a friendship you want to work on. You can learn how to work through the anger and possible harsh memories of former interactions to bring it back to a healthy and growing relationship.

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