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Personal Relationships Virtual Class Session at True North Therapy of Louisville

New Adult Personal Relationships Group Therapy Session Starting September 13, 2022

We’re excited to announce another virtual group therapy series here at True North Counseling: Personal Relationships!

This class is open to adults ages 18+. Classes are online every Tuesday, from 12-12:50 pm. They will run for 10 weeks, beginning on September 13th. Classes are $15 per week.
These classes are for adults seeking guidance concerning friendships, romantic connections, and other personal relationships. Each session will focus on learning about new skills to use in different types of relationships. Expect to learn about boundaries, consent, and other important relationship skills.
If you’re interested in joining or have any questions, please reach out to jennifer.kendrick@truenorththerapylouisville.com.
You can also contact us by visiting our Contact Us page or calling 502-777-7525.
See the flyer for the session here:
Personal Relationships Virtual Class Session at True North Therapy of Louisville
emotional safety

Safety in Intimate Relationships: Emotional Safety

Emotional safety is essential in our relationships with others. How do you know if you’re emotionally safe in a relationship?

  1. You can talk to your partner about emotional subjects without worrying about how they’ll react.
  2. Your concerns are taken seriously by your partner.
  3. A partner doesn’t use things you’ve told them in confidence against you.
  4. Your partner doesn’t share things you’ve told them in confidence without your permission.
  5. You can tell your partner about something that they’ve said/done that has upset you without them becoming angry or upset with you.

Emotional safety is just one component of relationship safety. Stay tuned for additional safety in intimate relationships information!

Note: If you are feeling unsafe in your relationship, please reach out to The Domestic Violence Hotline or your local domestic violence organization. You deserve to be safe in your relationships.