At the Good Life Center for Mental Health we recognize how central relationships are to one’s health and well-being. We also understand how painful it can be when we have difficulties establishing or maintaining relationships or when we have difficulties in a particular relationship. The ability to maintain harmonious personal connections is not necessarily easy. Because of its inherent difficulty, many people encounter high levels of relational stress and may even experience a complete cut off from others.
The good news is that even though developing meaningful and healthy relationships requires a specific set of skills, which can be learned. Those who can improve their style of communication can bring about profound improvement in the level of closeness, support and satisfaction in their relationships and consequently experience greater happiness in their lives.
The clinicians at the Good Life Center for Mental Health can provide the tools necessary to improve communications and establish more intimate connections. We will begin by examining your patterns of interactions to determine what is causing or maintaining your interpersonal conflicts or leaving you feeling detached. Next, we will guide you through practices that will teach you how to improve your relationship style and connections with others.
We address relationship difficulties through both individual and group psychotherapy. Some of the relationship challenges that we address are those with: