Fostering better relationships
Strong, supportive relationships are vital for a healthy and happy life, but sometimes, our relationships can get a bit complicated.
What do I need to know?
The issues we can face within our relationships are as diverse and multi-faceted as the people within them, but may include:
- You, your partner, a child, or another member of your family or close-support system is experiencing mental illness
- Ongoing family conflict
- Break-ups and/or divorce
- Parenting difficulties
- Loss or grief
- Domestic violence
- Managing work/life balance
How can a professional help me?
A mental health professional with expertise and experience in relationships can help you and/or your partner and family to strengthen your relationships, to manage conflict and change, and to take positive steps towards mental well-being.
How does therapy work?
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“I know that we will fall back into old patterns of behaviour from time-to-time and that this is natural and normal; in fact, it is the way in which we recover from these “lapses” that can be more formative and meaningful, rather than the fact that we have fallen.”
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