There are no perfect relationships, but when issues arise, if not addressed, it can damage relationships and lead to problems with mood, self-esteem and performance. Often couples get stuck in unhealthy relating styles but feel ill-equipped to know what to do. Therapy reveals beliefs and patterns of thinking and behaviour so that both members of the couple can make better decisions based on this new information. Therapy can teach new ways of thinking and communicating, helping clients change mal-adaptive behavioural patterns that are causing problems. Even if you are not currently in a relationship, therapy can help if you have a pattern of relational breakdowns in your experience. Therapy can also be useful in dealing with a break-up. The support provides tools for processing the experiences in a way that can positively impact your future relationships and improve your self-esteem.