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Have you ever felt lost in your closest relationships, wishing the bonds with your partner or family members could be strengthened? This is where relationship therapy and family therapy can make a crucial difference.

What is relationship therapy?

Relationship therapy, is a form of therapy that aims to improve communication and resolve conflicts within a relationship. It is not only about solving problems that have already occurred but also about preventing future difficulties by strengthening understanding and cooperation between partners.

What is family therapy?

Similarly, family therapy is a method that involves all family members to build stronger bonds and resolve underlying issues that affect the whole family. It can be particularly beneficial for families where issues have arisen or where individual events have created cracks in the family structure.

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How can therapy improve your relationships?

  • Improved communication: By learning to express feelings and needs in a constructive way, you and your partner can understand each other on deeper levels.
  • Conflict management: As therapy provides tools to manage and resolve conflicts, you will learn how to avoid damaging the relationship.
  • Strengthened trust: By sharing and working through difficulties together, you can build stronger trust in each other.
  • Deeper understanding: Understanding each other’s values and beliefs is essential for a lasting relationship.

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The steps to a healthier relationship

Everything has to start somewhere and reading this may well be the first step. You are seeking information because you want to improve your relationship. Therefore it is in itself both an indication that the relationship may not be living up to your expectations and that it is worth protecting and nurturing. The steps forward can now look like this:

  • Acknowledge the need: The first step is to acknowledge that your relationship could benefit from professional help.
  • Seek information: Research options for relationship and family therapy. You can easily get in touch with one of our therapists for a 20-minute session where they will tell you more about how it works.
  • Choose a therapist: Find a therapist that you and your partner or family feel comfortable with. As this is important for the process, it is important to take your time.
  • Commit to the process: Be present in each session and commit wholeheartedly to the work required.
  • Use thetools: Take advantage of the techniques and tools you learn in therapy in your daily interactions.

“What do I do now?”

On our website, we offer contact with experienced psychologists and therapists specializing in relationship therapy and family therapy. Our goal is to make the difficult easier for you to find ways to improve your relationships. We care about your well-being and are here to support you on your journey towards a happier and more harmonious family life. Therefore, we have also made it easy to book a session with one of our therapists or psychologists.


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7 frequently asked questions about relationship therapy

What is relationship therapy?

Relationship therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on improving communication and resolving conflicts between parties in a relationship. It is a process of working with a therapist to strengthen the bond and understand each other better.

How can relationship therapy help me and my partner?

Relationship therapy can provide you with tools to deal with difficulties and challenges in your relationship. It offers support to develop a deeper understanding and closer cooperation between you.

Is relationship therapy only for couples in crisis?

No, relationship therapy is not only for couples in crisis but can also be helpful for those who wish to deepen their relationship or prevent future problems. It is a way to actively work towards a healthy and sustainable relationship.

How long does a relationship therapy process take?

The length of relationship therapy can vary depending on the couple’s specific needs and situation. Some may experience improvement after a few sessions, while others may need more time to work through deeper issues.

What techniques are commonly used in relationship therapy?

Therapists may use various techniques such as communication exercises, conflict management, gestalt therapy and/or emotionally focussed approaches. These techniques are designed to promote understanding and cooperation between partners.

How do we know if we have chosen the right therapist for our relationship therapy?

It is important that you both trust and are comfortable with the therapist. A good therapist should be neutral, empathetic and professional. You may also want to look at the therapist’s experience and specializations.

How does individual therapy differ from relationship therapy?

Individual therapy focuses on the individual’s own thoughts, feelings and behaviours, while relationship therapy emphasizes the dynamics and interactions between people in a relationship. It is about improving the interaction and communication in the relationship.


Written by melissa

Melissa is a Certified Kinesiologist who focusses on a client-centred, holistic and integrative approach to health and wellness. She has extensive experience in managing stress, anxiety, fears, phobias and trauma in her clients. Melissa uses visual and auditory feedback to directly access and solve the cause of psychological stressors in the body so that optimal well-being and balance is achieved.