Relationship Counselling offers support through major relationship crises or smaller issues making you unhappy

Couples therapy will provide a safe space for you to explore the issues. You are both given the chance to explore and discuss the root of the problem. The focus of couple therapy sessions is never on one partner or the other. The emphasis is on the relationship between you. Both of you will have a chance to speak and be heard.

For some, it can transform their relationships and lives; for others, it can help solve a specific problem and to move forward with more confidence and less anxiety.

Each session usually lasts 50 minutes

Both partners can talk in confidence to me to explore what has gone wrong in the relationship and how to change things for the better. It can help a couple learn more about each other’s needs and communicate better. As part of relationship counselling, I also see couples individually.

Even if things don’t change, counselling may help you to see things in a different way or make the decision that’s right for you to move forward. Talking to someone who isn’t involved in the relationship can help.

Who is Relationship Counselling for?

We see couples of all ages, whether they are married or not, mixed or same sex, living together or apart.

Issues Couples Therapy can help with

Many couples find difficulties start after a painful event or illness, or following a significant life change. Couples therapy can also help with depression and isolation, mental health issues and parenting issues.

Pre- Marriage Counselling

From defining marriage expectations to determining whether you and your partner would like children, I provide a safe space to explore these and other important issues. The sessions can help you understand more about your partner build trust  and develop good communication skills.