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Couples counselling, or relationship therapy, provides space for couples to discuss relationship problems in an atmosphere that encourages communication and resolution.
Relationships are an essential part of our lives. Close relationships bring many rewards but as people become more independent and self-sufficient, relationships can be difficult to establish and maintain. And the way people communicate, and form relationships has changed in recent years. Technology, too, has had an impact on how we see ourselves and how we relate to others.
All relationships face challenges. How we deal with these challenges is important and plays a significant role in how we experience close personal relationships and in how we resolve conflicts that arise within our relationships.
There are many reasons why couples want to have counselling. Counselling can be useful for:
• Couples who are having relationship problems and want to resolve these conflicts.
• Couples who are facing the end of a relationship but hope to try to work things out.
• Couples who are ending their relationship but want to end on good terms.
• Couples experiencing sexual or intimacy issues within their relationship.
• Couples who are engaged or about to make a long-term commitment but want to improve their relationship
before going forward.
• Individuals who are struggling with relationships and want to build better personal relationships in the future.
Every couple is different. My aim is to provide you a space where you can express and explore your troubling thoughts more openly and help you recognise and understand the communication, behavioural, sexual and emotional dynamics that might exist between you and your partner. Couples counselling gets to grips with how you and your partner relate to each other.
Couples counselling may be ongoing and open-ended, or time-limited for those who prefer help in the short-term. Discussions in couples counselling are always confidential.