Julie Morley   (MNCS Accred, Hyp.dip, dip.psysextherapy, Adv.dip.CP)

Personal Psychotherapist

Market Deeping, Peterborough, UK

Mob: 07761 065 726    Email: [email protected]

Personal Psychotherapy Practice

& Women's Stress Consultancy & Counselling

Relationship Difficulties

Many people attend Relationship Therapy to work on relationship issues whether they are in a relationship or not.  Relationship work in therapy can also be about family, work and other social relationships. 

For intimate relationships, some people decide that therapy without their partner feels more appropriate and this might be because the relationship may be toxic or involve emotional abuse or when they are considering ending the relationship.  Other reasons can be because of frustrations, relationship stress or anxiety, arguments and sometimes it has been suggested by the partner or another that perhaps personal therapy might be more appropriate.  

For those who enter therapy and are not in a relationship, this can be an excellent time to address negative relationship patterns and for a person to improve or self develop so as to have better relationships in the future. Other reasons can include working through previous relationship trauma or to process the loss of a relationship. 

When exploring relationships with other types of people in your life, therapy is likely to being many positive changes based on changes you make to yourself and the ways you relate to others and consequently how others then relate back to you.