Couple Counselling Continued

You or your partner may cope with this conflict by withdrawing into silence or feeling resentment and anger about how you are being treated. Couple Counselling can help to break the destructive cycles of conflict so both parties can start to listen and hear one another again allowing for more healthy communication and a renewed feeling of connection and intimacy.

Everyone experiences relationship difficulties at some point in their life so you are not alone. Whether you are married, in a relationship or separated you are probably exhausted by the same painful arguments repeating themselves again and again with nothing being resolved.

You may be experiencing conflict in your relationship where anger, blame or criticism leave you feeling hurt or rejected and taken for granted by your partner.

Or maybe you are experiencing silence and a painful lack of physical or emotional closeness from your partner. You might be feeling upset and alone; too scared to say anything to your partner in case you get hurt.

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You or your partner may cope with this conflict by withdrawing into silence or feeling resentment and anger about how you are being treated. Couple Counselling can help to break the destructive cycles of conflict so both parties can start to hear one another again allowing for healthy communication and a renewed feeling of connection and intimacy.

Instead of cycles of criticism, blame, arguing or silence, imagine being listened to and feeling that your partner really hears your worries and concerns.

I provide a safe, supportive and well structured Relationship Counselling service so that you have the opportunity to talk to one another in a new way and listen to each others' issues during the counselling sessions.

You want to stop experiencing the following:
  • the constant conflict, blaming & criticising where rows never get resolved
  • the feeling of loneliness when you or your partner withdraws into silence
  • dissatisfaction at a lack lustre sex life where your needs are not met
  • never feeling supported or validated in the relationship
  • having an affair, becoming absorbed in a job or hobby as compensation
  • feeling jealous or not trusting your partner
  • feeling dependent upon the other person
  • feeling angry & frustrated about the relationship
You want to start experiencing the following:
  • clear, effective communication where you are both heard and both feel validated.
  • arguments that get resolved bringing you closer together
  • a feeling of closeness, connection & intimacy with your partner based on trust and respect
  • a safe relationship where needs and wants can be discussed
  • new patterns and ways of relating to your partner and to yourself
  • become aware of underlying emotions beneath anger, silence or criticism
  • a sharing, committed relationship where each person's dreams & goals are accepted
  • a respectful relationship involves listening, trying to understand and empathising with your partner.