Any healthy close relationship will bring forth its fair share of arguments and disagreements – it’s our way of dealing with and overcoming differences in ideas, beliefs, and perspectives.
However, when conflict becomes chronic it can lead to serious stress and, if left unmanaged, can contribute to a fall in our mental and physical health. It can also begin to affect other areas of life and how we interact and perceive our other relationships. Those who are witness to persistent conflict or hostility can also be at risk of developing anxiety, depression, behavioural problems or poor health – especially children.
We can help you work through relationship troubles or problems, bullying, managing family dynamics, and can help you achieve healthy communication, and understand and establish boundaries.