Counselling Psychotherapy for Relationships
Whether in a relationship, or looking for a relationship – you begin to notice the same challenging patterns emerging. Feeling stuck, scared or bored, why is this happening?
The desire to really connect with another human being is universal – yet can prove deeply challenging for many of us. Complex dynamics are at play when we attempt to become close to another and we often respond in our relationships with unhelpful learned behaviours.
For many people, relationships may evoke intricate confusion, ambivalence and feelings of loss, anger, sadness, insecurity or anxiety.
I believe that there is a place for everyone and everything in nature. Ecotherapy teaches us of the interconnectedness of all things and all beings. This can support people significantly in counselling psychotherapy as we learn how to further connect and ‘belong to’. Above all it supports us as we choose healthier attachments in our relationships.
“To love is to understand and feel that the other person is different.”
— Swami Prajnanpad