conflict in a personal, family, friend or work relationship?
Feeling misunderstood, distant or unloved?
Angry or irritated by a partner, family member, friend or
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy) is a highly effective therapy for relationship
problems, and can include either individual or couples therapy.
Therapy: CBT can help people improve
any number of relationships, including anything from
interactions with casual acquaintances at work, to those with
significant others, such as partners or family members. CBT
recognises that everyone has different challenges to creating
and maintaining rewarding relationships and it helps you to
target the specific difficulties you are experiencing. CBT
applies a number of well-researched methods to improve the
quality of relationships. These include assertiveness training,
emotion regulation skill building, and cognitive restructuring.
CBT for Couples:
CBT for couples can help to improve communication, increase
rewarding relationship behaviors, and review/change harmful
assumptions that may be contributing to conflict between
Recent advances in couples
therapy utilise interventions to:
• help couples change
problematic behaviours, and
• learn to accept other behaviors that have been the source of
Using a combination of
acceptance and change strategies, couples may learn to enhance
intimacy and effectively resolve their differences. If
differences are not resolvable then CBT couple therapy may
assist supporting couples through the process of separation.
Call us today on 0845 052
3949 or email here to book an appointment.
Employer, G.P. and Insurer Referrals are also accepted (please
email here) or phone Keith Chadwick, Director, on 07981 353 558)