Interpersonal Therapy targets an individual’s interpersonal relationships – with family members, friends, partners, work colleagues and others – and the way the individual sees his or herself. Interpersonal therapy typically involves helping clients:
- Identify emotions they bring to relationships and understand where it is coming from
- Expressing their emotion to others in a healthy way
- Dealing with unresolved issues from past relationships and understanding how those relationships affect their present mood, behavior, and present relationships
At Endeavor Psychology, we realize that relationships can play a direct and critical role in an individual’s mental and physical health. We integrate Interpersonal Therapy extensively into our treatment approach, focusing on helping clients identify, understand, and manage relationship problems and generally improve how our clients communicate with and relate to others.
If you or someone that you care about would benefit from our therapeutic approach, please contact us for a consultation.