Relational Therapy

Relational therapy explores client relationship patterns, both inside and outside of the therapeutic setting. Based on the idea that healthy fulfilling relationships with other people can help individuals maintain emotional well-being, relational therapy may be beneficial to people seeking therapy for a variety of issues. A therapist that specializes in relational therapy will work collaboratively with you to understand patterns appearing in the thoughts and feelings you have toward yourself and other people.

Local Experts in Relational Therapy

Candice Dow

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

Relational-cultural perspective integrates environmental, cultural and social contexts of your life. Relational Cultural Therapy allows me to focus on healthy and meaningful connections in your life as well as social justice and advocacy. It is my philosophy that we are social beings and we can overcome and thrive with healthy and supportive connections.

Sarah Freeze

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

Relational therapy focuses on the power of the therapeutic relationship. Many of the difficult things we face happen in our relationships, and together we will work to repair and heal those experiences.

Molly Olk

Group Therapy, Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

Since the beginning of my work as a therapist, and perhaps because I have always had a passion for relating with others in a deep way, I prioritize building relationship with clients from the get-go. Statistically, the safety and comfort of the relationship between client and therapist is heightened when the relationship is strong. I directly address this with each client from the beginning.

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