Couples Counselling Burnaby
Regardless of the type of therapy or counselling, every couple requires a unique approach, whether it's for marriage, parenting, or communication difficulties.
Are you experiencing difficulties in your relationship? Do you feel like your bond with your partner is weakening? Are you struggling with recurring conflicts? Couples therapy can help you work through these issues and bring you closer together.
When a relationship reaches a point where couples counselling is being considered, there are likely underlying issues. Whether it’s violence, anger, substance abuse, emotional distance, lack of communication, or infidelity, these challenges can cause significant harm to a relationship.
Our approach to couples therapy is a collaborative process involving three individuals – both partners and the therapist – working together to find a way forward. Each person must be willing to put in the effort and be honest about the harm inflicted on the relationship. Only then can real progress and growth be achieved.
Does Couples Counselling Work & Is It Worth It
At our practice, we assist clients in identifying and achieving their desired outcomes. Are you unsure of the steps needed to reach your goals? Are you and your partner having difficulty aligning your plans? Are you looking for ways to improve and strengthen your relationship? Our couples therapy experts can provide guidance and support.
If you’re exploring the idea of couples counselling and want to learn more about how it can benefit your relationship, counselling is a great starting point. Our Burnaby therapists can help you navigate the process and work towards a more fulfilling and healthy partnership.
If you live in Burnaby and you think couples counselling could help you, call or e-mail Well Beings Counselling to book an appointment or a free consultation at 604-305-0104 or email@example.com.
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Our Therapists Are Trained in Gottman Method & Emotionally Focused (EFT) Couples Therapy
Distress in your marriage or relationship is emotionally, financially and spiritually draining. If you want help to get rid of the stress. Our experienced Counsellors, and psychotherapists, will work through issues together and accelerate the healing process. Call or book online now to get matched with one of our therapists!
We offer secure and confidential online couples therapy in Burnaby if you want to have counselling sessions over the phone or via video.
Get matched with a counsellor that fits your needs.
Our Therapists help all kinds of relationships
- Second marriages
- Same-sex relationships
- Long-term relationships not defined by marriage
- Blended families
- Mixed-race marriages and relationships
- Open relationships
- Relationships with a large disparity in age
- Transgender or gender-nonconforming members of a relationship
Our Experienced Burnaby Couples Therapists
Frequently Asked Questions
Not at all. Only a minority of the couples we see in therapy are legally married. We work with couples of all types, regardless of their relationship status, and for various reasons.
Our couples therapists charge $200 per 50-minute session. Many insurance plans and benefit plans cover a certain number of sessions for Registered Clinical Counsellors. It's best to speak with your insurance company to determine if your benefits can cover the costs.
Couples therapy can be a powerful tool for resolving issues in a relationship. However, it's essential to remember that therapy alone cannot fix everything. Both partners must be willing to actively participate, be open to change, and work together with therapy as a guide. A therapist's role is to help couples identify and address patterns and behaviours that may be causing issues and find ways to improve their relationship.
Our goal is to provide a safe, empathetic and non-judgmental space for couples to work through their challenges and find ways to strengthen their relationship.
It requires a willingness to shift one's perspective to improve a relationship. Instead of focusing on what your partner needs to change, try shifting the focus to your actions and mindset. By working on yourself, you can better control the direction of the relationship and make meaningful progress.