Learn to Connect and Rebuild
ou surround yourself with loved ones, but feel disconnected. When you spend time with your family and friends, something seems off. Your romantic relationship is filled with conflict or is missing that fire that makes you feel alive. Or perhaps, you’re struggling to make and keep meaningful connections.
Either way, we see YOU.
As a human being, you innately seek belonging. To connect with others is everything—to share love, laughter, and tears as you author relational moments in your stories. But when you encounter barriers to connection, to building or deepening bonds, you suffer.
Whether your relationship is hurting or you simply want to make healthier connections, relationship counseling can help.
The Beverly Hills Therapy Group serves creatives, parents, professionals, and other members of Beverly Hills and its surrounding areas. Our mission is to help you discover and embrace your true self so you can start living a purposeful life.
You deserve lasting and fulfilling relationships, and we want to support you to make that happen.
To learn more about how we can work together, contact us today to book a free consultation. Or, keep reading to learn more about relationship counseling.
What Is Relationship Counseling?
Relationship counseling (also called therapy for relationship issues) helps individuals and couples nurture strong connections and navigate relational challenges.
While some romantic relationship problems may be better addressed in couples counseling, relationship counseling offers the alternative of supporting both parties and the individual.
Your relationship counselor can also guide you in handling the unknown of a new relationship and other relational difficulties—be it with family members, significant others, or colleagues.
No matter the circumstances or what bond you want to improve, relationship counseling can help you:
• Embrace vulnerability and open up to others
• Problem-solve or work on conflicts
• Reframe unhealthy perspectives and patterns
• Establish boundaries and expectations
• Strengthen or shift communication practices
• Enhance physical and emotional intimacy with others
• Rediscover your authentic self, values, wants, and needs
• Develop essential social skills
• Be your best self in relationships
Like most people, you (and your loved one) may feel hesitant to seek counseling. Maybe you don’t think your relationship needs help or prefer to “give it time.”
Deep relationships require effort and intention. Your relationship may go through many ups and downs—that’s part of life. And yet, brushing problems off could risk the stability and security of those precious connections.
Your relationship deserves support, and it’s never too late to reconnect and rebuild. Our team of specialized therapists is here for you.
Do You Need Relationship Counseling?
Whether you are fighting with your partner, feeling alienated from your family, or searching for strategies to date and form new friendships, relationship counseling can help you.
Some of the relationship issues that can be addressed through counseling include:
• Divorce or separation
• Breaches in trust (e.g., cheating)
• Issues with physical and emotional intimacy
• Major health conditions or life changes
• Abuse, control, or anger problems*
• Frequent arguments or difficulties with communication
• Conflicts with people at work or school
• Differences or adjustments in parenting styles
• Family stress related to boundaries and expectations
• Difficulty with keeping friends or making new ones
• Loneliness and isolation
• Fear of abandonment or rejection
*Your safety is our priority. If you are experiencing an abusive relationship, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline (1.800.799.7233) or visit this website.
How Can Relationship Counseling Help You?
As you can tell, people ask for relationship counseling for a wide range of relational challenges.
Whether you are going through a divorce or looking to make and keep friends, relationship counseling can help.
Your relationship counselor can help you understand your interpersonal tendencies, identify habits that may impede growth, and devise strategies to help bring you closer to others. If needed, your counselor can offer advice and a safe space to end a relationship on good, amicable terms. Relationship counseling can also reveal the underlying implications of the difficulties you have with family, friends, or new people in your life.
Regardless of the type of relationship you would like to work on, relationship counseling can help you by bolstering the four pillars of healthy relationships: trust, respect, intimacy, and communication.
When there’s a violation of trust due to conflicts like lying or cheating, you may find it hard to trust that person or anyone else again. Relationship counseling can empower you to recover confidence in yourself and others without fear of getting hurt.
Healthy relationships between partners, relatives, colleagues, and friends require both parties to respect each other. If there’s a breach of trust, abusive or controlling behavior, respect is often lost. Relationship counseling will give you the opportunity to learn to truly value and honor one another.
Every relationship implies a certain level of intimacy—physical, emotional, or both. Having sex with your spouse, hugging a friend, or confiding in your sister are all forms of intimacy. If you feel detached or struggle with opening up, relationship counseling can help.
How you send and receive messages can impact your ability to trust, respect, and be intimate with those around you. Effective communication is about expressing your needs, thoughts, and feelings while listening with intention. Your relationship counselor will support you in recognizing communication patterns and finding better ways to interact.
What is Counseling Like at The Beverly Hills Therapy Group?
Here at The Beverly Hills Therapy Group, we have a boutique therapy approach. We know how crucial it is to find a therapist that sees you, hears you, and understands what you are going through. Our mission is to connect you with your ideal therapist, one that can support your healing and growth as a relational being.
Our depth-oriented staff are trained in many psychotherapy and custom specialties to accommodate your needs and personal story. We have experience in multiple therapy models, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), and more.
To find the perfect therapist for you, we offer a free phone consultation where we’ll get to know your concerns, expectations, and goals. This discussion also allows us to walk you through our process, answer questions, and form a treatment plan.
Our relationship counseling program includes psychotherapy groups, couples or marriage counseling, and personal therapy that focuses on the relationship at hand. We believe that relationship counseling can improve the quality of both the relationship and the individual’s well-being.
You can opt for in-person or teletherapy sessions at your convenience.
Call us at (888) 494-7788 or book a consultation today.
We are here to help you connect and rebuild lasting relationships while embracing your true self.
THERAPISTS WHO SPECIALIZE IN
Ron N. Gad, PhD, LMFT
FOUNDER & CEO
Monday to Friday : 08:00 - 17:00 hrs
Melanie Grzyb, LMFT
Monday to Friday : 08:00 - 17:00 hrs
Chris Manno, AMFT
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist*
Monday to Friday : 08:00 - 17:00 hrs