Conflict is a healthy situation when dealt with wisely, responsively, and with clarity. When you deal with conflict it typically involves two people. Two people create a relationship, there are many different types of relationships, e.g. personal, professional, and intimate. These relationships may be packaged in a different way, i.e., marriage, workplace, friends, acquaintances, neighbors, family, etc. Each of these relationships have a potential of conflict. If you are in a relationship and you say you have no conflict, then you are a liar. Conflict does not necessarily mean fighting, acting out, screaming; conflict can be the irritable sense you have which promotes no communication. When I work with relationships, I want the client to learn their conflict resolution style, grow their emotional intelligence, and communication skills. With these tools, you will be equipped to get past the conflict barrier and become selfless. Self-control, humility, and selflessness promote unity in a relationship. I look forward helping you and your number two work through concerns.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Trauma and abuse
LGBT , Relationship issues , Family conflicts , Intimacy-related issues , Parenting issues , Anger management , Self esteem , Coaching , Compassion fatigue , Abandonment , Antisocial Personality , Commitment Issues , Control Issues Read more...
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Trauma-Focused Therapy
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Right away, Dr. Seward seemed to have tools to give us to help us. It is fast paced from the beginning, wasting no time is heading toward achieving relationship goals.