To help clients move on after a breakup

4 Ways

Most clients who are seeking help to get over a breakup, experience a combination of emotions. These emotions may range from fear, anxiety, and worry about the future to guilt, helplessness, and anger suppressed from the past.


Helping the client move on after a breakup would require the therapist to work with all these emotions in a way that they can be understood, released, and replaced.


The therapy sessions should not just enable the client to move on after the breakup but should also prepare them for any future relationship that they may step into. This would require the client to be able to learn from the past relationship.


It will also be important to help the client become hopeful about living a happier life in the future after moving on from the breakup.


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