Finding the right therapist near you to work through romantic issues just got easier.
Relationships are hard. Whether it's being vulnerable with another person, dealing with past experiences, or feeling discouraged by your current relationship, a reflect therapist can help you navigate those challenges to find love.
65% of reflect members improve the quality of romantic relationships in therapy.
Common issues reflect members address
reflect therapists can help you conquer a wide range of relationship challenges.
Finding a fulfilling relationship is not easy. Talking to a therapist can help you uncover patterns to help you be more successful in love.
Frustrations with dating
Your connection with someone can wane over time. Therapy can help you talk through doubts in a safe space -- or work with your partner in couples counseling.
Navigating current relationships
Breakups are rough. Working with a reflect therapist can equip you with tools to move forward and open yourself back up to love when the time is right.
Sadness over a breakup
Regardless of where you are in your journey to find love, navigate challenges in a safe and confidential setting.
How can therapy help me?
Your reflect therapist can teach you the use mindfulness to notice the negative thoughts and feelings that may be affecting your relationships.
Once you are aware of the obstacles present in your life, your therapist is there to help you develop the tools and skills to address and overcome any issues to help you become a more confident and healthy partner.
A few therapeutic orientations, or styles, can be used to conquer different obstacles in your life.
Couples therapy provides an exciting opportunity to work on being a better partner, with your partner. In couples therapy, the relationship is the client, not the individuals within it. A couples therapist helps both members of the relationship to understand what they need in a relationship, which of those needs are not being met, and what negative interactional patterns have arisen between the couple in an effort to get these needs met.
A time-tested approach meant to help you unpack how your formative experiences have shaped your current approach to relationships. Depending on your models of how relationships work, you may view and react to different relationship situations differently.
An approach which focuses on helping you to manage the painful emotions that arise in relationships, instead of reacting to them in ways that hurt your partnership. This can be particularly effective in romantic relationships because the stakes feel high. Even years after having your sessions, the DBT skills you learn will continue to empower you to be a better partner.