Love others without losing yourself.
Who can benefit from Relationship therapy?
“Behind every great relationship are difficult and uncomfortable conversations we rarely get to see. Great relationships don’t just fall into our laps. They require people to move through their fears and insecurities and do the hard work to move wounds into healing.” – Vienna Pharaon
No relationship is perfect, but all require effort. Sometimes depending on the season we may find ourselves (and our relationship), we become increasingly aware of areas that may have become neglected or inflamed over time. Be it a change in needs, a waning emotional connection or even a feeling of being “stuck”, at some point a majority of us find ourselves evaluating the quality and satisfaction of our relationships.
Should this be you, then relationship therapy may be the gateway you need to begin rebuilding a healthier connection with those who are the most important in your life.
Can therapy save my relationship?
First and foremost, relationship work is an investment, not a guarantee. Because you have no control over the willingness or intent of the other person within your relationship, you cannot determine the outcome. In addition, sometimes there are variables that can impact the progress, such as the readiness of each person to work through issues.
Regardless, relationship work is one of the most invaluable ways you can practice self love and self care. By focusing on your own role within the relationship, you gain a better sense of self that can be a game changer in how you treat yourself and others. Invest in yourself and your relationships by healing old wounds so they don’t have the opportunity to steal your joy in the future.
What if our whole family needs help?
Family Therapy is based on the theory that the family is a system, a unit in which the members are acting and reacting to one another. Imagine your automobile engine. If one part is not functioning properly, other parts in the engine will be affected. But, if all parts are working well, the engine will be at optimum performance.
At SALT, your family will be paired with one of our highly trained and experienced therapists to assess both surface and underlying issues within the family system that may be contributing to the level of conflict or distress, and highlight the family strengths and assets that can help improve the family’s overall well-being.
Common Issues Addressed in Relationship Therapy:
Aftermath of infidelity
Co-parenting or differing parenting styles
Influence of others outside the relationship (i.e. inlaws, friends etc)
Insecurity and emotional manipulation
What Our Clients Are Saying
“You ladies definitely put your heart and soul into your work. Thank you
for being amazing. Just what our family needed!”