Getting Off the Fence with Schema Awareness

Healing Insecure Attachment & Relational trauma

Group Therapy Workshop for Relationship Problems

Join our group therapy program for relationship ambivalence, designed for those struggling with uncertainty in their romantic lives. It’s a group CBT therapy for individuals who are experiencing a breakup, contemplating ending a relationship, having relationship concerns, currently or recently in the process of ending a romantic relationship, going through a divorce, or feeling ambivalent about their current relationship.

Ideal for individuals with relationship OCD, avoidant or disorganized attachment styles, or difficulties in committing, this program focuses on clarifying values, uncovering obstructive schemas, and overcoming ambivalence.

Dates and times: Wednesdays 6:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m.
Duration: 12 weeks
Cost: $65 per session
Participants: Limited to 12 participants

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Get Off the Fence and Make Decisions About Your Relationship

Through direct discussions and targeted activities, “Relationship Ambivalence” aims to address the core of commitment issues, helping participants understand their attachment styles and transform their relationship dynamics. You’ll gain the tools to navigate your fears, make value-aligned decisions, and foster healthier, more stable relationships.

With expert therapists and a supportive peer group, you’ll work towards resolving ambivalence, enabling you to move forward into more meaningful and committed relationships. Join “Relationship Ambivalence” to start your journey towards clearer, more fulfilling connections.

Get Motivated to Improve Your Relationship

Sometimes when one partner is feeling extremely unhappy and unsatisfied in a relationship, the other partner may not be as motivated to take steps towards improving the relationship or may be unwilling to participate in therapy.

Monitor & Track Your Behaviors

The decision regarding what is tolerable or intolerable for you and whether or not to end the relationship is on you. You can still take steps towards improving your relationship on your own and you can also learn to monitor and track your behaviors as well as your partner’s. We can help you assess whether your relationship is working for you.

What is In & Out of Your Control

We will help you parse out what you can work on in your current relationship and what is out of your control. We will help you assess the patterns and themes that have occurred throughout your relationships and the ways you might be maintaining these patterns in your current relationships.

Recognize Your Core Beliefs

This group is both a skills-based group and a process group. This means that each session will introduce a new skill or tool, and include an open group discussion, weekly assignments, and feedback from group members. This group will will help you understand patterns in your relationships and recognize the core beliefs that are getting in your way. You will also learn to recognize your core beliefs in relationships, identify the behaviors that hurt your relationships, and break painful relationship patterns. Group members will take an interpersonal schemas questionnaire in order to identify their schemas. Members will be asked to practice new skills and behaviors outside of session and monitor their behaviors.

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Assess Whether Your Relationship is Working for You

This group is designed to help you get off the fence and make decisions about your relationship. This group will teach you the skills to improve your relationships with or without your partner’s .You will learn specific tools and strategies to:

  • Monitor whether your needs are getting met in your current relationship
  • Learn to make your needs clear
  • Clarify which behaviors are maintaining the problem
  • Recognize which of your behaviors are contributing to the problem and damaging your relationship
  • Assess whether your current relationship is consistent with your values and the kind of relationship you want
  • Explore alternative behavioral responses in relationships
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