Healthy Relationships

Relationships can be hard work and life can sometimes get in the way. Raising children, work demands, health concerns, financial stressors, caring for aging parents and managing family routines can all contribute to feeling time poor and overwhelmed. Often it is our closest relationships that suffer as we fail to invest the time or energy into maintaining a healthy relationship with the people who matter most to us. Communication breaks down. Relationships break down.

Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of strength. You are actually seeking an opportunity to learn. Taking the step to speak to a professional about relationships means  you are open to the opportunity that you don’t already have all the answers and you are willing to learn if there are ways that you could help yourself and your loved ones.

What are some of the challenges that families face that counselling could help with?
• Relationship breakdown – pre and post separation
• Financial worries
• Managing intergenerational relationships – caring for elderly parents
• Child/Adolescent – Parent Conflict
• Relationship strengthening – intimacy and trust issues

By improving your communication and strengthening your understanding and skills for respectful, healthy relationships, you can improve your own life, your relationships and the lives of those around you.

Heartlinks provides confidential, professional, quality assured counselling which can also include strategies and tips to assist you to resolve problems in a positive way.

For more information email heartlinks@familylife.com.au or call (03) 8599 5488.

To book an appointment, access our online booking system. Please note, during Covid-19 restrictions all appointments must be booked online and paid in advance at the time of booking.

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