Arguments and disagreements occur within all close relationships, and are a normal part of dealing with differences in sideas, beliefs, and perspectives. However, chronic relationship conflict and stress is a serious issue. It has been linked to poorer mental and physical health and can affect other areas of life such as relationships with family and friends, and work colleagues. Children also suffer when exposed to high levels of conflict at home, and are at greater risk for anxiety, depression, behavioural problems, and poorer health. Learning effective and respectful ways to communicate differences is an important step in building a healthy, fulfilling relationship, and which can benefit our overall wellbeing and those around us. (source: google.ca/psychology.org.au)
How can we help ?
Even though most of us value relationships and understand the basic need for survival yet there are multiple factors that create misunderstanding or imbalances in a relationship. We help clients understand the importance and need of having a healthy, respectful relationship in life by offer psycho-education and encouraging mindfulness in making the right choice. Clients are supported by evidence-based approaches like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Meditation, Couples counselling and narrative therapy.