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Improving Communication

Communication is not always easy, and here at Psychotherapy for Women, we understand how powerful communication can be when it comes to feeling connected to another. Feeling like it is difficult to communicate with others, perhaps even someone close to you, is a challenging, yet important, obstacle to overcome. 

Benefits of Working with a Therapist to Improve Communication:

  • Improving Relationships
  • Having better boundaries
  • Feeling comfortable saying “no” when needed
  • Improving connection
  • Resolving conflict in healthier ways
  • Receiving help when needed
  • Feeling more confident in social interactions
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Communication is essential to all social relationships, and the more confident and assertive you feel when communicating, the healthier your relationships and the boundaries within them are likely to be. Lack of communication and/or poor communication in relationships can cause significant stress and conflict. However, with healthy communication language and support, you can improve your communication and your relationships. If you are struggling to communicate your needs, and/or find communication challenging in one or more relationships in your life, we are here to help. We have helped many women improve their communication, which has allowed them to also enhance their health.

Strong Communication Can Improve Your Health By:

  • Having more confidence
  • Feeling more social connection
  • Having the ability to ask for help when needed
  • Feeling less anxious before/during/after communication
  • Meeting their own needs
  • Using healthier communication
  • Reducing use of unhealthy communication strategies
  • Improving self-talk
  • Being true to their own values and beliefs
  • Decreasing rumination on past social interactions
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Enhanced social support
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Emphasis on helping women take better care of themselves ​

This is done by talking. I treat each person as just that: an individual person. We work to get your mental health to a solid place where you can focus on you.