How we Can help
Relationship Counselling (also known as couples counselling or marriage counselling) focuses on the health and well-being of the relationship between a couple.
The counsellor helps the couple to establish mutual therapeutic goals which they can work towards together.
A variety of tools and techniques to improve the communication between the couple will be used by the counsellor in order to help the couple resolve their difference.
Relationship counselling will help each person navigate conflict and work towards a resolution.
We understand that there are times when a couple may choose not to work towards a resolution, in this case, relationship counselling can help couples work towards a conflict-free separation and divorce.
Each party will be given an equal amount of time within sessions and the relationship counsellor will remain neutral, non-judgmental and unbiased.
Different counsellors bring different skills and training to the sessions and will use a variety of tools and techniques using different theoretical approaches.
- Integrative Couples Counselling
- Systemic Counselling
- Psychosexual Counselling
- Emotional disengagement
- Dating and courtship
- Marriage preparation
- Arguments and conflict
- Poor communication
- Sexual difficulties
- Infidelity and other forms of betrayal
- Emotional abuse
- Life Goals
It can be a huge step coming for couples counselling. Often, one party is more enthusiastic than the other but once you have agreed to come in for therapy we hope that you will both feel comfortable and at ease.
If you have been unable to choose a relationship counsellor, one of our team will happily discuss options with you. Once you have told us your preferences we will match you with the best counsellor for you.
In many ways, relationship counselling is similar to individual counselling. You may meet for a similar amount of time and the format may be the same. However, relationship counselling will always focus on the dynamic between you and your partner, issues that impact you both and will work on how you are processing the issues and resolving them.
Relationship counselling can be taken alongside individual counselling sessions.
Sadly, there are times when relationships do not work and it is in the couple’s best interest to separate. In this case, relationship counselling can help you work towards an amicable end.
If you have any questions about the process or would like to book a session. Please contact us today.
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