“Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing.”
– Rollo May
Interpersonal relationships are at the core of what makes us human. Seeking relationship is an innate drive in most all humans. Though the desire for interactions with others is, for most people, deeply fundamental to who we are, sometimes we lack the skills or tools we need to interact effectively and meaningfully with others. Learning effective and satisfying ways to communicate and interact with others is a skill that can be learned and refined in therapy. Learning these skills can increase satisfaction and meaning in both professional and personal relationships.