Whether your relationship is rife with conflict and unhappiness, or you simply feel stuck in a rut and have stopped having any fun together, problems in your primary relationship can begin to feel all-consuming and cast a cloud over day to day life. Counselling can be a good starting point for improving communication and resolving issues.

I offer 3 types of relationship counselling:


If the answer is yes to any or all of these questions, then counselling can help you to:

learn to communicate in a more constructive way: really listen to each other: become more aware of each other's' needs: understand why arguments escalate: resolve conflict constructively and hopefully move the relationship into a far better place.


Counselling can provide a calm and neutral place for you to start to:

actively listen to each other: explore whether there is a way forward: improve communication: identify repeated negative patterns of behaviour: manage unhelpful conflict: look at what is missing in the relationship that has led to infidelity: take joint responsibility for rebuilding trust, respect and affection.


If the relationship ultimately can't be saved, then counselling can help you to negotiate a new future with calmness, clarity and respect. This is particularly important when children are involved. There will inevitably be anxiety, sadness, anger along with emotional, practical and financial upheaval for the whole family unit. However, counselling can enable you to:

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