Having relationship problems? Struggling to get along with your partner, parents, children, friends or colleagues?
If you are suffering because of relationship issues, counselling and psychotherapy can help you discover healthier patterns of relating to others and ultimately to improve the quality of your relationships.
Your relationship therapist will help you identify patterns of behaviour and gain clarity about the changes needed to improve the quality of your relationships. If you are struggling to sustain lasting relationships, you may focus on what is blocking you from intimacy and finding satisfying relationships.
Therapy can help you to identify historical patterns in your relationships so that you can form healthier patterns of relating and improve your communication skills. The experience of an objective, empathetic perspective from your therapist within a healthy, boundaries relationship can also help you to make more informed relationship choices and develop positive bonds with others.
Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT), Interpersonal Therapy and Relational Therapy are types of talking therapy that focus specifically on you and your relationships - but all types of psychotherapy help you to address how you relate to others.
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A qualified, professional therapist will work with you to examine your thoughts and behaviours and improve how you feel. You will build a relationship based on trust, giving you the confidence to share your feelings and emotions with them. Your counsellor will listen to all that you have to share with empathy and openness.
An experienced therapist or counsellor like those listed on the Harley Therapy platform can help you to manage your symptoms and find your own way forward.
Filter our qualified, professional, and vetted therapists by cost, location, availability, and approach so you can find and book the best therapist or counsellor for you here. Or find a therapist to help with relationship problems below.