Improving Relationships with Counseling

What To Expect From Our Therapy Sessions

Relationships don't have to be a struggle. It's never too late to increase the love in your life and strengthen the ties that bound your relationships in the first place. You only have to learn a new way of being in those relationships. Our therapy sessions will help you accomplish that -- whether your goal is to transform a troubled marriage or family relationship into a loving, committed relationship, or a work relationship into a productive, collegial partnership.

You'll learn practical strategies for communicating with others, resolving conflicts, managing stress, and rebuilding broken trust. And you'll have the wisdom, confidence and tools to not only save your relationships, but to propel them to exciting new levels.

Here's how you can improve your relatioinships with therapy:

  • Strengthening your sense of self is a core tenet of therapy, which automatically translates into better relationships all around. You will have more confidence, be able to express yourself better, have increased self-awareness, which will enable you to interact in healthier ways. All of this promotes more intimacy.
  • You will feel loved in a deeper way. The more you learn to love and honor yourself, you are better able to teach others how to love you. You will also be able to be more sensitive to others' needs and will in turn love them more deeply.
  • In work, you may find yourself being promoted or making more money because your increased self-worth and confidence will come across to those around you at work. Your relationships at work will improve because you will begin to feel more valued by those around you as you actively value yourself.

 

 

 

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Maria Lloyd is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist located in the Silicon Valley area— San Jose / Santa Clara County, California. Maria provides individual counseling for women for: depression and stress management, post-partum depression, anxiety and panic disorders, bipolar disorder, interpersonal relationship issues, self and identity issues, co-dependency, anger management, and managing grief and loss.