This program is perfect for you if...

you're facing relationship or family conflicts and seeking to enhance communication, foster understanding, and promote healing within your interpersonal dynamics.

Our experienced therapists employ a range of therapeutic techniques, such as family systems therapy, couples therapy, and conflict resolution strategies, to help you and your loved ones navigate complex emotions and develop healthier patterns of interaction. In this safe and supportive environment, you'll have the opportunity to explore your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs, allowing you to strengthen bonds, resolve conflicts, and create lasting change. If you're ready to cultivate harmony and mutual understanding within your relationships and family, this therapy program is the ideal choice for you.

What does unhealthy conflict look like?

Unhealthy conflict often does not have any resolve or repair. This could look like one of two types. You have conflict but it is hidden or unacknowledged. Often times this happens when one or both parties don’t feel the freedom to share honestly with one another. This could be look like suppressing feelings of anger or frustration or denying your own feelings to a point where you don’t even recognize the conflict in your own mind. Another type of unhealthy conflict is conflict that is poorly managed. This may look like blowing up in anger in any way you want or to do it at an inappropriate time or bringing others into the conflict like your children or boyfriend’s parents. Either of these types of conflict can carry with them defensiveness, criticism, giving the silent treatment, and withdrawing from the relationship.

Healthy relationships are built upon mutual freedom & responsibility. Freedom is the right of both parties to have their own thoughts, choices, opinions, desires and viewpoints. Responsibility is the need to be accountable to each other in the relationship. One person should not be the only one putting effort into a relationship. It takes mutual work, trust, and honesty.

How can I get help for it?

When two parties can come together and repair a relationship during conflict, it can create a stronger bond and unity in the relationship. Learning the tools to deal with conflict are a necessary part in growing in your relationships. Some of these tools include growth in communication, learning how to set and maintain healthy boundaries, conflict resolution techniques and growing in empathy. At Hope Restored, we’d love to get you connected to counseling, so you can have someone to walk with you in the journey and create stronger and more beautiful relationships!