Improving relationships is difficult. Dani often applies techniques from experiential therapy to accelerate change and help you improve your relationship. Experiential therapy can include role playing, use of props, and a range of other active experiences.
During experiential therapy, you and your partner may be more likely to be more open and genuine than would be the case during a traditional talk therapy session.
By removing the focus from the therapy session itself, experiential therapy creates opportunities to experience successes, identify obstacles, improve self-esteem, and take greater responsibility for your actions.
Experiential therapy can accelerate change, emotional growth, and personal empowerment. Experiential therapy can be effective for treatment of individuals and couples.
Changing the habits that hurt our relationships is really hard
For many people, it’s really difficult to break free of habits that have been in place for years. Talk therapy can help us identify the habits, even the bad habits, that shape our relationships. But, talk therapy is often insufficient to help us change destructive ways of responding to our partners. Brain studies suggest that patterns of thinking and reacting can be woven into our brains and triggered automatically when we get upset. Healing conversations alone are, often, insufficient to overcome neurologically encoded triggers.
All partners in long term relationships feel upset with each other from time to time. One of the most important differences between people who succeed in intimate relationships compared to those who fail is how we react when we get upset.
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