I have this theory about words: There’s a thousand ways to say “Pass the salt.” It could mean, you know, “Can I have some salt?” or it could mean, “I love you.” It could mean “I’m very annoyed with you” – really, the list could go on and on. Words are little bombs, and they have a lot of energy inside them.
Skills. Whether we need skills to negotiate, to forgive, to heal trauma, or to ask for what we need, we could all improve our relationship skills. Kids and adults alike benefit from the guidance of a helpful, motivated teacher. The therapists at Emily Cook Therapy are ready to guide you and help you learn the skills you’re seeking to improve your life and relationships.
Read more about the ways we can help you learn relationship skills:
Therapy for Individuals
Therapy for Couples
Therapy for Families
Therapy for Children and Teens
Here are three books we often recommend to people seeking relationship skills: