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Therapy for Interpersonal Relationships,
in Toronto, On 

People are social creatures, and much of one's well-being and sense of safety in the world can be tied to the health of their connections with others but it can often be a source of stress, especially for those dealing with mental health difficulties and substance use disorders.

This may show up as lonliness, anxiety, isolation, difficulties with communication or with setting and enforcing healthy boundaries, and may even trigger mental health disorder symptoms when conflict arises.


Therapy for interpersonal relationships can help  to explore your relationship dynamics and the root of your difficulty, as well as support you in building tools to improve your interpersonal relationships.

If you are struggling with your connections please reach out, it’s never too late to seek help.


To begin the process, you can schedule a free 20-minute consultation call here

Very often, symptoms such as anxiety or unhappiness, bad feelings about ourselves, or a general sense of dissatisfaction with life, reflect the unsatisfactory state of important relationships.

Here are some common signs of Interpersonal difficulties:

1. Difficulties with communication: Struggling to express oneself, articulating thoughts, and feelings, and understanding others.

2. Overwhelm: Inability to focus on the conversation, interrupting others while they speak, or not asking questions to understand.

3. Trust issues: Difficulty in trusting others, or being overly suspicious or skeptical of others.

4. Fear of intimacy: Fear of being close to another person, sharing vulnerability and opening up emotionally.

5. Difficulty showing or receiving affection: Finding it difficult to express love or affection or accept it from others.

6. Co-dependency: An excessive need for support from other people that cannot solve problems independently.

7. Negative feedback loops: Falling into arguments or negative conversations that often escalate into disputes.

8. Social isolation: Avoiding social interaction, gatherings, events, and becoming isolated.

9. Difficulty with boundaries: Having difficulty setting boundaries or respecting others' boundaries, and feeling invaded.

10. Inability to resolve conflict: Struggling to resolve conflict or move on from disagreements, and conflicts, holding a grudge.

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