Relationship Therapy NYC
Supporting Balanced Relationships
Are you feeling isolated, alone, and missing out on connection? Do you struggle to make new friends? Or are you going through a rough patch in your romantic life? Whether you want to make amends, strengthen the bond with a relative, or form meaningful connections, relationship therapy can help.
We are relational beings—it’s in our nature. We long to be seen, heard, and supported by family members, colleagues, friends, and significant others. But, when challenges impact the flow of those critical relationships or our ability to start new ones, we may suffer.
Relationship therapy can help you nurture healthy relationships for a fulfilling life.
About Relationship Therapy NYC
Our team leverages 10+ years of experience to help you balance your Body, Mind, and Spirit and build a healthy future.
Relationship issues are overwhelming and can easily affect other areas of your life. Don’t wait for that to happen. We are here to support you on your path toward stable and lasting connections.
To learn more, contact us today! Or, scroll down for information about relationship therapy and how we can support you.
What Is Relationship Therapy?
Relationship therapy (or therapy for relationship issues) is a line of treatment designed to address relationship problems and foster wholesome connections. This includes handling challenges in romantic partnerships, friendships, family, or work relations, among others.
While some issues may be better treated in couples counseling or marriage counseling, others may need the entire family system (family therapy). Relationship therapy can support you as an individual or both parties involved.
Your therapist can also help you navigate the uncertainty of a new connection or explore what’s preventing you from opening up to people. The goal is to empower you with the necessary tools to establish balanced relationships.
Relationship therapy can help you:
Do We Need Relationship Therapy?
Sometimes you may find yourself withdrawing from your relatives, in constant conflict with your peers, having trouble dating, or not connecting with others.
Yet, those relational difficulties might be gearing you towards improving them.
No matter what your specific concerns are, there is a way to care for your relational needs. We are here for you.
If you are struggling with any of these issues, relationship therapy can help:
- Poor social skills and other communication issues
- Major life changes
- Constant fighting or arguing with others
- Divorce or separation
- Violation of trust, lying, or infidelity
- Intimacy issues (physical or emotional)
- Isolation and loneliness
- Abuse or aggression*
*Your safety is our priority. If you are in an abusive relationship, call 1.800.799.7233 or check other domestic violence resources.
What Is the Goal of Relationship Therapy?
Relationship therapy aims to help you work on relationship issues, recognize unhealthy practices, and develop tactics to form deep connections.
Relationship therapy can also shine a light on your true self so that you can set clear boundaries and expectations with others. When necessary, your therapist can offer guidance and a safe haven to bring a relationship to closure.
No matter what bond you seek to enhance, the goal of relationship therapy is to help both parties regain trust, bolster connection and improve communication.
Trust is fundamental in any relationship. Dishonesty, infidelity, or unfounded insecurities may break that trust, making it hard for you to have confidence in yourself and others. Relationship therapy can help you regain trust so you can feel safe and sure of one another.
All relationships involve some physical and emotional closeness. Kissing your partner, crying over your friend’s shoulder, or sharing a personal story with a coworker are different forms of intimacy. Relationship therapy can encourage you to bolster that connection so you can be in sync with each other.
We don’t communicate the same way with our parents, spouses, or colleagues. But we can find strategies to interact with each one of them with respect and intention. Your therapist will support you in identifying communication patterns and improving your verbal and non-verbal cues.
Relationship Therapy NYC: Our Service
Our multicultural team combines Eastern and Western perspectives and speaks various languages, including English, French, Spanish, Farsi, and Arabic. We have experience in a broad range of modalities, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Relational Therapy, Mindfulness-based Therapy, and more.
Our mission is to provide you with a tailored treatment according to your physical, cognitive, emotional, and spiritual being.
We begin with a psychological consultation, where we get to know you and your relationship concerns. Next, we’ll find the therapist and modality that best suit your needs and design a treatment plan.
You can schedule in-person or teletherapy sessions at your convenience.
Book an Appointment for Relationship Therapy Today
Every relationship faces ups and downs. Every bond has space to grow and improve. Let us support you in developing your relational self so you can explore new chapters of your life.
Book an appointment or call 212-506-5935 to get started.
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