One of the many keys to living a life that’s full of happiness and fulfillment is having healthy relationships around you. This includes relationships with yourself, your family and friends, and your significant other.
But relationships can be hard work, and at times it’s common for someone to become very frustrated with the state of their relationship. At This Life Psychology, our dedicated team of experienced professionals can help you get a handle on your relationship issues. We can help you to reach a state where the relationship is mutually beneficial for both you and your partner.
While the causes for a relationship to break down are many, they usually include some of the following factors:
- Financial issues
- Significant life events (childbirth, new career, retirement, etc.)
- Intimacy issues
- Poor communication
- Issues stemming from other relationships (in-laws, family, friends, co-workers, etc.)
Building healthy relationships begins with a fundamental understanding of the give and take needed to establish a healthy bond. If you’re experiencing a strained relationship, we have the team you need to get to the root cause of your issues so you can create a strategy for dealing with them to be able to move forward in life.
Our experienced network of psychologists cater to many clients to provide them with the clarity they need in their relationship. We also specialise in creating and implementing strategies to bring your partner into the fold if necessary. This helps create an open dialogue between both parties which will help you get to the root of your issues.
While we may have the best intentions in mind, it can be difficult to come to a place of understanding with another party. Thankfully, you don’t have to go it alone. Our team is standing by to provide pragmatic and effective strategies that will help you restore your healthy relationship.
Our Relationship Counselling Practitioners
Rodney Walsh Rodney is an experienced Clinical Psychologist providing psychological and counselling services in St Kilda. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA). As well as providing psychological treatment and therapy in private practice, he has experience providing professional Act of Living…