Therapy For Relationships In Buckinghamshire or Kent,

Therapy For Relationships In Buckinghamshire or Kent, thought about the cost to your life, mental and physical well being?  What’s the ‘Root Cause’ of the ‘Problems or Issue’s’?

I‘m Genovieve Feasey a Trauma, Conflict, Crisis Therapy For Relationship in Buckinghamshire or Kent.  I can help as using Hypnotherapy or Psychotherapy to listen to your Issue’s; I offer a First Half Price Consultation Fee, which provides YOU the space to decide whether this is the way forward in Resolving your Relationship or past Memories of Trauma.  I am fully insured, more than 8 years Trauma Experience and Regulated with BACP and CNHC Accredited.

Help Relationship Counselling Buckinghamshire or Kent

Help Relationship Counselling Buckinghamshire or Kent

Help Therapy For Relationships in Buckinghamshire or Kent

Help Therapy For Relationships in Buckinghamshire or Kent

Difficulties interacting with or getting along with others is very common after an impact of  a  trauma however severe or not. There is research that suggests that trauma is associated with short- and long-term disruptions in intimacy and connection with others. For instance, women with a history of early abuse often experience increased fear and distrust of others and experience dissatisfaction in their romantic relationships (Herman 1981).


Here are 3 therapeutic questions I am likely to ask a client in session, what would your Answers Be?

Awareness of Your Relationship Patterns:

  1. Do you find it difficult to trust other people? If so,
    given what you’ve been through, why might it
    make sense that it is hard for you to trust others?
  2. Do you find yourself attracted to a certain type of
    person? For example, many women who have
    experienced abuse from a parent may report that
    they find themselves in relationships with people
    who are similar to that parent, either physically or
    psychologically
  3. What is difficult for you in romantic relationships?
    In other words, what are the parts of romantic
    relationships that you struggle with (trust, intimacy,
    sexuality, sharing, etc.)?

Problems with connecting, closeness, and intimacy are more likely to happen when the trauma was caused or worsened by other people (as opposed to a car accident or a natural disaster). Furthermore, combat veterans have been shown to have high rates of family and marital problems, as well as general difficulties getting along with and trusting others (Stretch 1991). The many changes that individuals experience as a result of trauma are bound to impact their relationships with other people.  For example, someone who has experienced an interpersonal trauma, such as sexual assault, may have a hard time trusting other people.

If these questions ABOVE provoke emotions that you would like to work through or have clarity with,? I would gladly and sensitively help you to discuss them with me!!! Simply follow this link click here… or visit www.thechoicetochange.com