People may struggle with with a number of different relationships
in their lives. Common examples of situations that can casue relational distress include marital
or any romantic relationship, parent-child relationships, roommates, co-workers, and
Sometimes problems with relationships are new, but for others
they've struggled with relationships their whole lives. If there is a specific relationship that in not working well, we can
help troubleshoot issues and come up with solutions for new ways of
relating to to foster mutual understanding and closeness.
All the therapists in our clinic are trained in functional analytic
psychotherapy (FAP), an empirically supported treatment technique that
increases empathy and understanding between individuals. For people who
have had ongoing struggles with relationships, functional analytic
psychotherapy is especially effective.