Relationships Therapy

£80.00

The price is for a couple in a single session. If one person attends, the individual therapy price applies. If the appointment is booked as a relationship session, it must be paid for as a relationship session.

 

Monday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Every relationship has problems at some time or another and may need help. However, if the robust discussion becomes a raging row, we can lose the issues in the storm. As an illustration, do relationships break because the toothpaste lid is left off? Couples therapy – also known as couple counselling – provides a safe, confidential space to discuss your relationship and can help whether it’s a marriage, civil partnership or something less formal.

 

“Having suffered from depression and anxiety for many years I have experience of all sorts of types of therapy, some more successful than others, although prior to recently I had not experienced Person Centred Therapy. At first I found it quite an adjustment from the therapies I had been used to, where I was often challenged in order to rethink and reassess my thoughts and behaviours. I wasn’t used to being so supported.

I know this sounds like such a simple thing but when I felt like nobody else was actually listening to me or acknowledging that what I felt was real and valid, it was so important for me to find someone (not related to me or a friend and therefore somewhat unbiased) who made me feel like I was being heard.”

L.G.

7 Ways Relationship Therapy Can Help.

  • It can help you discover how you really feel about the relationship. In a safe, non-judgemental, confidential environment. Identifying your wants and needs.
  • You can speak freely about issues that concern you without fear of recrimination or escalating into an argument. Big things or little things.
  • Couples therapy can give you clarity regarding the relationship. Sometimes we can’t see the wood for the trees. Therefore, we become overwhelmed.
  • It helps you to take responsibility. As a result, it limits the ‘blame game’.
  • It helps you to see another’s point of view. Therefore, you may gain a better understanding of their behaviour and motives. Hence, slower to judge/blame.
  • It helps with self-awareness and growth as individuals and in the relationship. Consequently, you may be better able to identify, overcome and pre-empt challenges.
  • Most importantly, couples therapy can help improve verbal and non-verbal communication between you and your partner.
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