Relationship Communication

It’s time to communicate effectively!

Just because you’re talking doesn’t mean you’re properly communicating. It’s easy to believe that a willingness to speak your mind in a relationship is a healthy thing, but you could be engaging in a toxic practice which pushes you apart from other people if you do it the wrong way. If you feel like you’re not being understood or have been told that you don’t truly understand others – help does exist.

It’s time to make a change

Getting conflict resolution advice from a licensed clinician is a step in the right direction because it’s an opportunity to have your actions evaluated by an unbiased person who understands relationship dynamics. At Enso, we want to make sure that you and the person you’re in conflict with have an chance to a achieve relationship success. The first step comes by you building an open and honest relationship with your Enso clinician.

Let’s get to work

Call us for your free initial consultation or fill out the contact form today. We use the first meeting as an opportunity to meet with you and your partner to assess your present state, while giving you an opportunity to interview us and make sure that Enso is the right fit for you. If we’re not, we’ll say so and promptly refer you to another qualified clinician who will give you the care you need.


Meet Angie Speller

Angie is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor. She received her Master of Arts from the prestigious Rollins College in Winter Park Florida, after graduating from University of Florida for her Bachelor of Science, in Psychology. Aside from her training in Mental Health Counseling, Angie received specialized training in Dream Interpretation, Mindfulness Meditation, and Hypnosis. Call Angie to schedule your free initial consultation:


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