- Relationship difficulties (with partner, friends, family, co-workers)
- Concerns about pregnancy, childbirth, the postpartum period, the transition to parenthood
- Trauma-related stress and PTSD
- Health issues that are caused by, or that add to, emotional stress
- Caregiving of elderly or ill family members
- Persistent feelings of dissatisfaction, insecurity or unhappiness
- Negative or hurtful patterns of interaction
- Too much distance between you
- Repetitive arguing that does not resolve anything
- The effect of trauma (of one or both partners) on your relationship
- Adjustment to parenthood
- Responding to one partner's health needs
- Perinatal loss
Who can benefit from Psychotherapy?
Individual psychotherapy can help us when we feel our thoughts and emotions are stuck in old patterns. Anyone can find themselves struggling with times of stress or transition. Therapy can help you feel your own strength and internal resources, and help you learn new ways of using your energy for growth and healing.
Therapy can also help couples to learn how to get past repetitive, non-productive ways of interacting to more genuine connection.
Some concerns addressed in therapy include: