When you think of relationship therapy, you might focus on romantic relationships. However, relationship therapy can help you improve relationships with your family, friends, and coworkers. At Quandary Peak Counseling in Denver, Colorado, board-certified psychologist Trey Cole, PsyD, ABPP, and Maddy Bollinger, MA, LPC, offer personalized relationship therapy to help you improve your interactions with others. Call Quandary Peak Counseling or request a consultation online today.
Humans are social animals. Your relationships with others, including your family, friends, coworkers, and romantic partners, provide a network that supports you, challenges you to be the best version of yourself, and influences your behavior. But what happens when your relationships aren’t as strong or healthy as they should be?
Relationship therapy can help you improve the way you act in a relationship. While relationship counseling traditionally focuses on romantic relationships and marriages, you can also use relationship therapy to enhance the way you approach your relationships with family, friends, and even coworkers.
There are several signs that you might benefit from relationship therapy. For example, if you and your partner are always bickering and fighting without ever resolving the issue, fueling your fights, relationship therapy can help you identify the root problem and find a mutually satisfying solution.
Other signs that you might benefit from relationship therapy include:
Relationship therapy can help you heal broken trust and improve your listening and communication skills, which can strengthen and enhance your relationships.
Additionally, if you have borderline personality disorder, you might struggle with interpersonal relationships. The team at Quandary Peak Counseling can help you cope with your condition and improve your interactions with other people.
Your provider tailors relationship therapy to suit your needs. For example, when they works with couples, they meets with both partners together. They help you both express your thoughts and feelings, asking questions to help you consider each other’s point of view and feelings. They help you improve your listening and conflict-resolution skills.
They use psychotherapy to help individuals improve how they approach and behave in relationships. You can’t control what other people think or do, but you can examine your own thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors and find ways to implement change in yourself.
Call Quandary Peak Counseling or make an appointment online today for expert, customized relationship counseling services.