We often struggle to make rewarding connections with others for a variety of reasons: difficulty expressing our needs, fear of rejection, social anxiety, etc. As opposed to couples therapy that requires 2 people to work on their interactions, improving one’s social relationships can be done alone in your individual therapy sessions with your therapist. Our approach to relationships involves learning effective communication strategies for more satisfying
friendships, dating, coworkers, family members or romantic partners.
Strong social connections offer us a sense of belonging, trust, safety and joy in our lives. Healthy friendships and social relationships build resilience and positively affect the neural pathways in our brains.
The good news is that effective interpersonal skills can be learned regardless of your age, genetics or past life experience and our approach is well-suited to empower you to build self-confidence and to approach your social interactions more successfully.
If you are seeking couples therapy, please click here.