Relationship Concerns and Couples Counseling
If you are interested in counseling for Relationship Concerns and Couples Counseling and/or Marriage Counseling, call OakHeart at 630-570-0050 or 779-201-6440 or email us at Contact.OH@OakHeartCenter.com. We have counselors, psychologists, and social workers available to help you at one of our locations in North Aurora, IL, Sycamore, IL, and/or via Telehealth Online Therapy Services serving Kane County, DeKalb County, Dupage County, and beyond.
Relationships can bring us great joy, comfort, and connection. They can also be stressful and contribute to or cause significant problems for individuals.
What Are Relationship Concerns?
Significant relationship concerns might arise in cases where relationships are high in conflict, when there have been significant violations in trust such as infidelity, where one or both partners/individuals in the relationship is struggling with significant personal stressors such as medical or family crises, when the relationship undergoes major transitions such as having a baby or job changes, when the relationship must endure shared or individual losses of loved ones, and/or when the relationship involves emotional, sexual, or physical abuse.
A person struggling with relationship issues may experience many symptoms associated with their concerns including excessive anxiety and/or worry, sadness or depression, excessive guilt or shame, decreases in self-esteem, worthlessness and helplessness, withdrawing from and isolating from others, traumatic reactions, etc.
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John and Julie Gottman, leading researchers and clinicians in the field of couples counseling, identified four significant communication problems that occur within conflict. They called them the “Four Horsemen” to signify that the relationship is in trouble and could be headed for the “end of days” if the dynamic does not change. Learn how to spot the problematic behaviors and practice the antidotes in order to decrease or eliminate these toxic interactions.