In today’s world, young and mature adults alike are interacting on an interpersonal level with more people than they did; say 15 or even 10 years ago. Some of the more common reasons are, the sharing economy, financial obligations and student loan burdens, to name a few. Then there is the traditional roommate situation where a healthy relationship with your roommates is integral to a positive living situation.
In today’s world, many universities place heavy emphasis on being able to work in a group setting. It is not uncommon for some of the more competitive university programs to require candidates work in groups for as long as two years. Relationship management is also important to your academic success.
Any, or all of the above may be reasons you would seek relationship therapy to help you transition difficult relationships you can’t simply walk away from.
Frequency and duration will be determined on a case-by-case basis.