Talking with a therapist in an interpersonal therapy session allows you an objective perspective on how you relate to other people. Through interpersonal therapy sessions, you’ll analyze techniques that are not serving you and learn how to replace them with techniques that do foster trust, loyalty and positivity in relationships.
Through interpersonal therapy sessions, you can learn how to cope with unexpected or disappointing things that come up in a way that brings people closer to you instead of pushing them away. You can learn how to communicate critical information in a way that is constructive and create a peaceful, safe space for others in your presence.
Interpersonal therapy sessions are usually individual sessions in which you meet alone with your therapist. Together, you talk through conflict or awkwardness in relationships and learn how to create better, more peaceful and more symbiotic relationships with others. Occasionally, other people in your life are invited to join in your interpersonal therapy sessions to provide perspective and insight into long-held patterns