What is Relational Psychotherapy?

What is Relational Psychotherapy?

Relational psychotherapy is a powerful and effective model of therapy for individuals who suffer and experience chronic emotional, psychological and relational distress.

 

The main principle of relational therapy is that connection, relationship, and interdependence are inherent in the human experience and helps clients understand their own patterns of thought, emotion and belief, while also acknowledging the impact and influence of significant "others" in shaping their self-experience. 

Relational therapy integrates right brain, affect regulation with left brain, conscious reasoning and reflection.

More info on TIRP's description of relational psychotherapy here.

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