Helping you find stability within your relationships
Do you feel dissatisfied with your relationships?
Do you feel neglected by your peer group?
Do you feel the urge to get more from your relationships?
Have you become the enemy in your own relationship?
Do people make you feel responsible when things go wrong?
Have you been repeating the same old mistakes?
Whether you are struggling to form meaningful relationships with your contemporaries, communicate effectively with your colleagues, or develop a solid, healthy relationship with a significant other, working with a trained consultant can help.
Relationship issues can impact your personal and professional life, as well as your physical health. Humans are social animals by nature and therefore relationships, in all their forms, are an unavoidable part of life. In fact, “relationship” is purely defined as the way in which two or more people behave towards, and deal with each other - in essence, human interaction.
Romantic Relationship Help
One of the most common reasons people seek professional relationship help from a consultant is because of issues they are having with a partner. Often, as a relationship ages and the initial ‘honeymoon’ stage wears off, we are confronted with something we may not be prepared for - a partnership between two very different individuals with their own bad habits and baggage. Therapy can help to uncover the root causes behind any problems you may be dealing with, and provide you with the tools to ensure a long and happy relationship.
Peer Relationship Help
While some people are born naturally charismatic and make new friends everywhere they go, for many of us it doesn’t come so easily. We can work with you to develop the tools you need to create fulfilling relationships. What this looks like will vary depending on the individual; it may be that we focus on breaking down the walls you’ve surrounded yourself with, or work to build self-confidence, helping you to better see your inner value and what you bring to a friendship. We will work with you to better understand what is standing between you and the relationships that you deserve.
Professional Relationship Help
Developing strong professional relationships is hugely beneficial in any industry. Not only does it make the workplace more enjoyable, but it will also help you to progress in your role and get better results. If you are in a leadership position, the relationship you have with your juniors, and how you communicate with them, can have a sizable impact on their performance. And even if you’re not managing staff, knowing how to establish and nurture professional relationships will give you the space to confidently assert your ideas and be proactive about targeting your goals.
Problems in Relationships
Growing successful relationships requires effort, time and importantly, the ability to address issues as they arise. All relationships, no matter how strong, will come across hurdles - it is how you deal with these that make or break you. There are a variety of factors which can negatively influence relationships, some of the most common being miscommunication, lack of attention, ignorance and misunderstanding.
It should always be a priority to fix any relationship issues that you face. If you are struggling with this, we can support you to develop and maintain fulfilling relationships, by working with you on your specific strengths and weaknesses.
Our past experience has included working with individuals, couples and organisations on:
- Building healthy relationships with partners, family members, friends and work colleagues
- Dealing with specific conflict issues
- Managing the emotions associated with difficult relationships
- Dealing with feelings
Are you struggling to work out what could possibly get you going to reach your goal? We can help and guide you to create an environment which will bring you to that place.
Stress is a major problem in today’s society and unless effectively managed , it can hinder your activities and ability to lead a happy and fulfilled life. If you are unable to manage your stress levels, it is time to seek professional help.