Relationship problems

  • Do you have serious relationship difficulties with a partner, between parent and child, with siblings, within your extended family or friends or your community?

Amongst the most important determinants of our health is the quality of our relationships. We need healthy relationships (or at least know how to manage the inevitable ups and downs) if we want to succeed at work, love or even survive.

You are having difficulty coping skillfully with troubling or conflictual relationships. Perhaps your marriage is in crisis or your family is falling apart. Maybe you’re not able to get along with people at work. Relationship problems may be recurrent and may leave you feeling helpless, paralyzed and overwhelmed.

  • Each relationship problem has unique characteristics and should be thoroughly assessed.
  • Every individual, couple, family or other group with serious interpersonal problems would benefit from connecting with a skilled psychotherapist.

Blog posts on this topic

The Parent’s Job

They say it takes a village to raise a child, but there should really be a qualifying asterisk at the end of that sentence that reads: The most crucial person in that village is the parent. Parent counseling is very … Continue reading →