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Nourished Nest Foundation Session Types - Relationships

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Relationships & Communication

Clients will explore boundaries, communication skills, and attachment styles around dating, friendships, coworkers, and family relationships. Clients will gain more insight into communication patterns with people in their lives and improve communication and boundary setting.


Relational therapy is a type of talk therapy that allows people to work closely with their therapist to improve their relationships and overall mental health.

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Relationship Therapy

Relational therapy focuses on how a person’s relationships can impact their well-being. Sometimes referred to as relational-cultural therapy or relational psychotherapy, relational therapy is based on the concept that maintaining balanced and fulfilling relationships with other people can contribute to better emotional health. 

Relational therapy is designed to help people learn how to build supportive, respectful, and lasting relationships—starting with a strong connection between them and their relational therapist. It offers teens and young adults a chance to understand how their past experiences may be preventing them from creating healthy relationships and provides the skills to improve their existing relationships.

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When successful, a relational approach to therapy can provide the following benefits:

  • Improved self-esteem

  • Improved emotional wellbeing 

  • Reduced conflict or communication issues with partners, family, and friends

  • Reduced stress or anxiety at work

  • Better understanding of relationship patterns 

  • Confidence to build more meaningful relationships

  • Decreased symptoms related to anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues

IOP Session Process

Group Sessions

  • 2-hour small group sessions

  • Session topics include Recovery, CBT, Mindfulness


  • Receive a plan for stepping down from IOP

  • Regular check-ins with the aftercare coordinator

  • After you finish the program

  • Alumni support for ongoing growth

Alumni Support

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