Relationship Counselling Concepts




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Relationship Counselling Concepts

Having a shared understanding of some of the key concepts of relationship counselling may be useful to working on yourself and your relationship. Here are some starting points for more exploration and discussion.

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Relationship Counselling Concepts

It can be helpful to have some shared terms and concepts. These are a few that are useful for Emotionally Focused Therapy.

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