What does relationship counselling involve?

Relationship counselling involves you and your partner exploring your concerns within a neutral and safe space provided by your therapist. The therapist does this by honouring confidentiality, being empathic, none judgemental and above all by not taking sides. The job of the therapist is to give you both equal space and attention and to focus on the relationship. It is not about fixing your partner or blaming them for the problems you are both facing.

I see conflict as an opportunity and I provide a nurturing and empowering space to encourage expression, facilitate understanding and promote change. Approaching relationship counselling in this way creates and opportunity for new perspectives to emerge, which can help to solve problems and lead to a more fulfilling and authentic way of being with each other.


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