Couples, Relationship & Marriage Therapy
You can’t prevent the drift. It’s natural. But you can notice when the distance between you gets too big, and you can know how to pull each other back. Couples therapy can help with that.
Couple therapy is challenging. It is hard enough to immerse yourself in and make sense of the internal world of one person, let alone two.
Going to couples therapy or counselling is often seen as a last resort, something you only do when your relationship is on the brink of collapse. But what if couples made therapeutic interventions a regular part of their relationship maintenance?
Just as we go to the gym to keep our bodies fit and healthy, couples therapy can help to keep our relationships in shape. In couples therapy, couples can learn how to communicate effectively, resolve conflict constructively, and understand and empathize with their partner’s perspective.
Often, just making these small changes can profoundly impact the quality of a relationship. So if you’re looking to improve your relationship, why not try couples therapy? It just might be the best decision you ever make.
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What We Might Learn in Couples Therapy
Relationship counselling can provide much-needed support during times of stress or crisis. Therapy can be an invaluable tool for couples who are committed to improving their relationship.
When You Should Seek Relationship Therapy
Can Your Relationship Succeed in Therapy?
There’s no definitive answer to how successful couples therapy will be. Successful couples therapy requires the active participation of both partners and will be determined by each individual’s desire to work hard, learn new skills, and stay invested in the process.
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Well Beings Counselling offers a wide range of services to help enhance your quality of life. We listen to you and support you whenever you feel anything interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals.