Transforming Minds. Healing Hearts.

Atlanta Relationship Therapy

Knowledgeable Help with Relationship Issues

Though successful relationships are often portrayed in the media as wonderful fantasies where both people perfectly complement each other, the truth is that every relationship requires a lot of work from both parties. There will always be some things about a partner that you do not fully understand, and that’s okay. A relationship is not about perfectly understanding each other 24/7. You will always be two separate people with your own thoughts and feelings.

Relationship therapy focuses on helping one or both parties better understand themselves so they can better understand their partners. Learning how to better communicate, accept each other’s differences, and speak up about your needs without feeling guilt or anger are all things that can be accomplished through relationship therapy. These skills will not just help with romantic relationships, but also your relationships that occur in all aspects of life, including family, friends, and coworkers.

Who Can Benefit from Relationship Therapy?

There is no set of criteria that determines whether or not someone should seek out relationship therapy. If you believe your relationships could stand to improve, then you owe it to yourself to speak with someone who can help.

If you are still unsure whether or not you would like to try therapy to help with your relationship issues, ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you frequently get into arguments over small issues?
  • Do you feel like you’re not listened to?
  • Do you feel like you have a hard time speaking to your partner?
  • Do you often feel neglected?
  • Do you feel anxious around your partner?
  • Do you use drugs or alcohol to try and avoid conflict?
  • Do you frequently invite others to your home because you don’t want to be alone with your partner?

If you are dealing with these kinds of problems but still want to maintain your relationship, then therapy may be the right choice.

Learning Better Patterns & Means of Communication

Most of the bad habits we exhibit in relationships come from our parents. Your parents serve as your first model for a relationship, and whether you realize it or not, there is a strong possibility that you have mimicked some of their patterns— both good and bad. Recognizing how you view your relationship and how it affects your behavior can help you better communicate with your partner. No one person is at fault for issues in a relationship, so focusing on your own role and what you can do to improve things is a critical part of the process. When dealing with these kinds of issues, visiting a therapist both separately and as a couple can be helpful.

If you are struggling with relationship issues in Atlanta, call (404) 800-4977 to schedule an initial consultation at Tina A. Watson & Associates, LLC.

Wisdom For Your Life

We're In This Together
  • Boutique Psychologist

    We pride ourselves in our concierge style treatment, providing a space where you feel at ease.

  • Private Location

    We respect your privacy and have chosen a location that provides the utmost discretion.

  • Recovery Focused

    Our goal is to see you succeed and move on from treatment using the tools we provide.