Relationships can be hard. Intimate relationships can be even more challenging.
You might feel confused about how relationships work. Maybe you wonder why your relationships seem to end the same way or follow the same pattern.
Specific Relational Challenges That Therapy Can Address
Therapy might be a good option for you as an individual if you’re feeling:
Unsure about how to date
Confused about what you’re wanting in a relationship
Discouraged after a break-up, and wondering what went wrong
Scared of meeting new people
Stuck in a relationship
Knowing how to date or be in a relationship is not necessarily a natural skill. It's assumed that we all know how to relate well to others (even if we don’t!).
In our work together, we'll explore who you are in a relationship, what works and what doesn't, and fears that you may have. Whatever you're struggling with is welcome here.
Helping You Feel More Confident
Talking about yourself and your relationships in a therapy setting can help you:
Understand how to relate to and communicate with your partner
Know yourself and your relational patterns better
Heal from past break-ups
Learn to support yourself as you date
Feel less fearful and more confident
Relationships can be challenging, but the good news is that with some help, it's possible to learn how to relate well.
Elaine S. Gee-Wong, M.A., Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #88015 1588 Homestead Road, Mailbox #4/Suite F Santa Clara, CA 95050 (408) 442-0112 firstname.lastname@example.org
Any information or advice on this website is for informational purposes only, and should not take the place of information or care provided to you by your physicians, medical, or mental health care professionals.