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Counselling for Personal & Relationship Growth

To thrive, not just survive 

Your relationship thrives when you both feel connected and secure. But whePsychology - Melbourne - Happy Couple Having Conversation Face To Face And Looking At Each Othern there are hurts, doubts, insecurities and disconnection the relationship is floundering. The emotional tone of your interactions is unpleasant.  You both feel increasingly vulnerable and you react with anger, fear or avoidance.
Your relationship is on the downward spiral and requires your attention.

What we have learned from many studies in the last three decades is that to create a satisfying relationship you need to ‘do’ vulnerability right. That means to express needs and emotional hurts in constructive and authentic ways. Your vulnerability then turns into your source of power!  It nourishes closeness, it makes your partner more likely to respond to your needs and wants.

How to do that will be the first focus of our counselling work.

The second focus will be to learn and develop ways to strengthen connection and friendship; it is like adding credits to your emotional bank account to help you better cope with your next hardship.

Psychology - Melbourne - Father Son For Home Page As SnipMy blog contains further tips and ideas to help you flourish.
Need to clarify or inquire more before boooking? Feel free to call me or send a message. I respond within a few hours.
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