Being a woman, you take on many different roles in your everyday life. Daughter, sister, mother, wife or partner, daughter-in-law, caregiver, friend, employee, and co-worker are some of common daily roles we fill. Not to mention numerous smaller roles that require your time and energy every day. It’s very common for women to spend an inordinate amount of time caring for other people, as well as the relationships we have with people. Some relationships drain our energy more than others. They may be complicated by family of origin issues, a tumultuous mutual history, or simply because we see the world and our place in it differently. You do have the power to change your relationships! At Live in Love in Harmony, I help women and couples have healthier and more satisfying relationships. That’s why I named my practice Live in Love in Harmony. I truly believe that the key to becoming your best and healthiest self is learning to live in harmony within yourself, as a couple, and as part of your other life relationships. Keep reading to learn more about how I partner with women to create more satisfying relationships.
Why Women Choose to Work with Me on Relationships
Many people think that relationship counseling is just for couples and married people, but if you’re struggling in many of your relationships, individual therapy may be beneficial. Some of the reasons individuals come to me for assistance navigating their relationships include the following:
- Your stresses, distractions, or responsibilities are making relationships harder
- Struggles with depression, addiction, self-esteem, anxiety or other concerns detract from developing healthy relationships
- You want to rebuild a damaged relationship or renew your own health after infidelity
- You want to develop better relationship skills before beginning a new relationship
What Happens During Counseling Sessions?
I specialize in helping people improve their relationships by asking questions that encourage self-reflection and personal growth. I teach and foster assertiveness skills to help you gain confidence, set boundaries, and learn how to say no when you need or want to. Some relationships may need healing, while others may just need limits. I can assist and support you in learning how to relate differently with others, so you can make positive changes in all your relationships and feel empowered.
How do I Get Started?
I’m Kathleen Litchfield, a trained marriage and family therapist. I work with women and couples to develop coping skills, improve communication and relationship stability, and learn to lead their healthiest and most harmonious lives. If you’re going through a transition or are interested in learning more about working with me to make daily progress, give me a call. I can’t wait to help you make positive progress towards achieving your goals.