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Relationship Problems

As women, we are involved in many different types of relationships throughout of our lives. From family to friendships, partners to children, colleagues to mentors, the list is endless. Sometimes relationships can feel easy, and other times they can feel like a lot of work.

Relationship Problems Could Look Like:

  • Inability to resolve conflict
  • Feeling alone or isolated within the relationship
  • Difficulty receiving respect for difference of opinions
  • Feeling guilty for saying “no” or unable to when needed
  • Unresolved hurt feelings
  • Frequent arguments
  • Feeling unhappy or “stuck” in a relationship
  • Fear of conflict or disagreements
  • Lack of adequate/desired support
  • Difficulty voicing your needs
  • Feeling you often give more than you receive
  • Difficulty navigating disagreements or conflict
  • Identifying as a “people pleaser”

Learn How to Create Healthy Relationships

Having healthy and supportive relationships is essential to feeling connection and reducing isolation. Regardless of the type of relationship you are experiencing trouble with, we are here to help improve that relationship and your ability to cope with the challenges that relationships sometimes bring. To help you address any relationship problem you may be facing, we focus on:

  • Helping you identify the problem and the impact it is having on your health needs
  • Educate you on coping strategies to manage these stressors more effectively
  • Assist you in identifying all possible solutions to your problem(s)
  • Educate you on healthy ways to address problems within your relationship(s)
  • Learn healthy boundary setting skills
  • Improve your communication habits and teach you how to use assertive language
  • Set and reinforce healthy boundaries
  • Work through limiting beliefs that are causing issues in your relationship(s)
  • Learn how to have healthy, meaningful relationships and connection
  • Reduce anxiety, worry, or guilt that comes up for you when communicating
  • Create more meaningful connections

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.