Relational therapy is therapy performed with a group or anything comprised of two or more. It could be argued that even individual therapy can be relational since it is likely someone did something or didn’t do something that would cause an all too common issue of anxiety, depression, or even trauma.
What situations does relational therapy address?
- Traditional Monogamous Relationships
- LGBTQ+ Monogamous Relationships
- Non-Monogamous Relationships
- Affair Recovery
- Sexual Complexities
- Grief and Loss
All of the above situations utilize relational interventions and plans for treatment. Relational therapy is specific to marriage and family therapists that are trained in systemic models.