‘Love’ how do you define it? Love is difficult to define but we all know what it feels like to love and how we make ourselves feel when our hearts get broken. There are different styles of loving and choosing someone to love and staying together through difficulties is rarely simple. Whether you are arguing, not talking, have sexual problems, feel betrayed by infidelity, feel rejected or have simply stopped having fun - very few relationships exist conflict-free. When relationships falter our health and happiness often suffers. While for many of us our first instinct is to try and work through problems alone, it can be incredibly useful to seek outside help. We use a number of approaches to helping relationships including interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) which is based on the principle that there is a relationship between the way people communicate and interact with others and their mental health. We also use behavioural couple’s therapy for compulsive sexual and addictive behaviour problems.
If you would like to discuss Relationship Therapy further, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone us on 01748 824942.
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