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Relational Therapy

Relational therapy to help understand each other and improve life together

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Assessing problems and conflicts together through better understanding

Humans are social creatures who are driven to relate to one another, yet it is our psychology that determines if a relationship, in any form or kind, is a “good fit” or a “poor fit”. At Bickford Covington, for thirty-years we have been providing therapy to couples and families. This vast experience places us in a unique situation to help decisions such as “do we go forward or, how do we repair and restore!” We work with each situation towards what is healthy for each and all parties.

With over thirty years of experience working with in professional psychology, we have worked with thousands of people from individuals, couples, families, groups, to small businesses, schools, and hospitals. All are able to change towards the healthy; most require professional help to do so.

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511 Brookside Ave, Redlands, CA 92373

  Mon-Thu, 9:00am - 6:00pm

Apple Valley

18838 Hwy 18 Suite 6, Apple Valley, CA 92307

  Fridays, 9:00am - 5:00pm

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The Autopilot PartnerIf you’ve been together a long time, it’s easy to be on “autopilot.” You’re so used to the way you speak and interact with each other that you stop mindfully listening to what the other says.Do these exchanges sound familiar?Your Partner: “What a beautiful sunset.”You: “Uh huh. Did you put the trash out?”Or...You: “I’m concerned about Sam. I don’t know what to do.”Your Partner: “Yeah, I bet… What’s for dinner?”You can turn away from a bid by absentmindedly responding to your partner or replying when you didn’t really hear what they said. This can lead to built-up tension and even full-blown conflict, especially if your partner feels unheard and rejected.This turning away is often unintentional. You may not even be aware that you missed a bid because, such as the first example, your mind was on the trash and their mind was on the sunset.Talk to your partner about a time that either one of you was on “autopilot.” If you had the chance again, how would you respond?-the Gottman Institute- ... See MoreSee Less
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