Do you feel a lack of emotional support in your marriage? You may feel a loss of connection with your partner. You may be noticing increased conflicts. You likely feel tired and emotionally drained from the frequent arguments or maybe it’s the silence of things not being said that frustrates to you. Either way, relationships can be complicated and emotionally draining.
You may desire to work hard to repair your marriage and feel connected again. You may feel that it is time to uncouple. Or maybe you just lost a significant relationship, and now you are grieving. Whether you seek to work with a provider together or individually, therapy can help. Many people know marriage counseling can be highly effective in working on a relationship, but did you know individual therapy can also help? Individually developing communication skills and strategies can create your desired outcome. It is possible to seek growth from the arguments in the relationship, and then come back together with a new-found perspective on how to relate in a loving way to each other.
Emotional abuse may be present in your relationship. If you would like to end the cycle of abuse, individual therapy can be a place to do that. You may have tried to seek support in the past but have been met with judgement and stigma. At Center for Mental Health and Wellness, I can offer a compassionate, safe, and secure space for you to open up about your experiences. You may want to explore your own family of origin and how that affects your current relationships. Therapy can be a confidential place to do that.
My goal is to help you in the healing process. I will assist you by using several different perspectives, including: psychodynamic, resiliency, strengths, and other integrative therapies. To begin healing in your relationship, schedule now.