Relationship Problems

Our relationships are some of the most important parts of our lives. We have all kinds of relationships that can be positive (or negative) experiences for us—relationships with parents, siblings, children, romantic partners, workplace colleagues and superiors, and our close friends. Sometimes, our important relationships can become strained, and this can have a very strong impact on our mental health.

Are you looking for help for any of these concerns?

  • Your relationship with a family member, romantic partner, close friend or work colleague feels tense and stressful.
  • You want to learn to communicate with those closest to you without fighting or disconnecting.
  • You discovered that your partner has been unfaithful.
  • You want to decide whether or not to end a relationship.
  • You want to get through a separation or divorce in a mature way for your sake or for the welfare of your children.
  • You want to explore your past relationships and how they are affecting you today.
  • You are finding it difficult to connect with a friend or family member because of culture or generational differences.

Effective treatment for relationship issues

Psychotherapy can help you better understand and improve your important relationships if they are not fulfilling for you. We can help find a therapist who will take the time to work with you to reach your relationship goals.

Patient ratings confirm that our therapists are effective for relationship problems.


We are here to help.

If your funds are limited, we still have helpful therapy options for you. Contact us for more details.