What can you do if your partner does not want to get involved in a couple therapy?
Is it still wise to come alone?
The answer is very clear: YES!
In the individual session, the focus is placed especially on the emotional experience. By doing so you will get to know the dynamics of your relationship, become aware of your own parts. We will work together to find ways to improve your relationship. Sometimes the first tensions can be broken down which allows space for the relationship to again develop. Mostly, the partner feels that something is changing. However, it also happens that the relationship is at a turning point. In any case, this step helps you to gain clarity about yourself.
If you think you cannot get out of a persistently negative relationship dynamic give me a call. Often ongoing couple problems are related to early emotional learning experiences that we have had in our childhood or previous relationships. They influence how we assess our partner's behaviour and think and feel about events that happen. In the consultation empathy is essential and this is normally very effective.
You are right with me!
When you are ready for a change of perspective then the emotionally focused individual therapy is a way of seeing the other partner and the role they play and is considered with the help of different methods.
I can help you!
When you feel great emotional pressure and feel helpless or resigned to the difficulty and tips from friends and family which are usually well-intentioned, but often reinforce negative thoughts about themselves. This then often leads to feeling misunderstood and lonely. Using methods from Emotional Focused Individual Therapy, Non-violent Communication and the Inner Team, you can quickly identify and effectively work on the root causes of your problems.
Write to me!
If you want to change your situation - send me an e-mail with your phone number. I will contact you and hopefully be able to provide some clarity without obligation and free of charge.
Together, we will seek, find and implement ways to improve your partnership.
I look forward to meeting you!