Many people seek therapy for help with intimate and close relationships. Maintaining friendships and close relationships may be challenging at times. There may be issues with communication, premarital conflict, intimacy, infidelity or unfaithfulness, and trust. These problems are common in relationships and can be addressed in psychotherapy. People do not need to seek out a therapist only during times of conflict or crisis, they can also engage in therapy when they simply want to see changes or minor improvements in their relationship. Psychotherapy offers an objective perspective into the persons' relationship patterns. The goal of therapy is provide you and/or your partner/friend with problem-solving tools to decrease any relationship or daily stress. A PeaceTree therapist can help you by supporting your goals, building your communication skills, and demonstrating how to listen to your partner more carefully. A relationship therapist can also help you are unsure about whether or not you want to continue your relationship. Therapists offer a nonjudgmental, supportive, and objective insight about your relationship. To request a new patient appointment click here.