Couples Therapy and Relationship Counselling

Make up Don't Break up


How to Save a Relationship.

Couples in distress can feel chaotic, affecting not only their own lives, but also those around them.

Whether you are at the beginning of your relationship, in the middle, or questioning if this is the end, Couples Therapy, Marriage and Relationship Counselling can help.

All couples experience struggles at some point in their relationship and while difficult, it is not a sign of the end. Instead, it can be an opportunity to move closer through familiar blocks to improved communication and intimacy.

Some of the reasons people seek relationship counselling:

  • Arguing has become more often and hurtful
  • Loss of intimacy
  • One of you has been unfaithful
  • You or your partner feel like giving up
  • Feeling distant and disconnected
  • Going through a major decision or change
  • Critical illness
  • New parents
  • Differing hobbies and needs
  • Outside influences are causing stress on your relationship

Renew Hope with Relationship Counselling

You may begin a session feeling wounded and helpless but you will leave with a sense of renewed hope and direction. By experiencing and creating a safe connection with your partner, you become a team working on your relationship together. You will feel confident that you have the skills and experience to deal with the future and, with peace of mind in your relationship, you will see more choices available to create the relationship you desire.

By redefining what the problem is, you will create a blueprint as a tool to help bring clarity to your stressful relationship patterns. I will show you how to use the obstacles in your relationship to get closer to each other at a deeper level.

Whether these problems in your relationship are new or decades old, I can help you by providing a safe place to move through the distress and immediate crisis.

CONTACT ME TODAY. Book your FREE consultation for Couples Therapy and Relationship Counselling.

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