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Couples & Relationship Counselling

Couples/Relationship Counselling.

 

A romantic relationship is one of the most intimate bonds we can have.

But maintaining a relationship can be tough sometimes in life.

 

Choosing a partner and remaining together throughout life’s ups and downs is rarely simple. Seeking the help of a couple’s counsellor can be a helpful step forward when one or more of the listed challenges in this article occurs in life.

 

Counselling is not simply being told what to do. The role of the counsellor is to facilitate change by helping the couple to communicate more effectively and in turn reach their own conclusions.

 

  • lack of communication
  • financial issues
  • work-related stress
  • family conflicts
  • jealousy
  • controlling behaviour
  • abusive behaviour
  • domestic violence
  • betrayal or affair
  • lack of trust
  • different values and goals
  • life changes
  • illness and terminal illness
  • death in the family
  • rearing a family and bringing up children
  • infertility issues
  • adoption
  • step parenting.

 

Couples/relationship counselling is a form of therapy that helps to improve communication and to find a way through their specific issues whatever your background, marital status and sexual orientation.

Every couple is different and why you seek help will depend on the nature of the problem you are bringing. For some couples the use of counselling is about addressing any underlying concerns that may become more serious. Others may see it as a last resort to save their relationship. Some may use the counselling to part ways and rebuild a life that is separate from each other.

 

The role of the counsellor.

The role of the counsellor is to facilitate change by helping the couple to communicate more effectively and in turn reach their own conclusions.

It is important to remember that couple counselling is not being told what to do and that the counsellor will not offer any personal opinions as to whether a couple should stay together or separate.

 

Sessions:

Sessions are 60 minutes and on a weekly basis. £ 45.00 per session.