Couples / Marriage Counselling

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Couples Counselling & Marriage Counselling

Do you find yourselves repeating the same fight over and over? Do you feel as though trying to understand your partner’s feelings would mean ignoring your own?

Why is your relationship so hard? You used to be happy. It’s been a while since you felt that way, and now it just feels like nothing will ever change because you’re both not on the same page anymore.

You are talking about making progress but getting no where on your own.

It may be time to get a certified psychotherapist involved. We can help.

If you feel powerless in your situation, rest assured, we’re expert psychotherapists in Toronto who can help you be free of the struggles you’re having.

You can overcome this chapter in your relationship.

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Our Toronto Therapists Are Trained in Gottman Method & EFT

The Gottman Method helps couples avoid negative patterns they find themselves stuck in by facilitating coping in a new way. It improves couples’ communication and conflict resolution and strengthens emotional connection using research-based strategies.

This is done by providing clients with assessments, exercises, treatment, and follow-ups.

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is a therapeutic approach that aims to enhance attachment and emotional bonding between partners. By focusing on the emotional aspects of the relationship and addressing negative interaction patterns, EFT helps couples better understand their emotional needs, improve communication, and foster a deeper connection.

Is couples or marriage counselling the right solution for you?

For successful marriage counselling, both individuals must be prepared to acknowledge their role in the issues, accept each other’s imperfections, and be driven to mend the relationship

  • Set aside time for the session
  • Come prepared with specific issues to address
  • Have an open mind and willingness to work on the relationship

What are the reasons to pursue couples or marriage counselling?

Just like the goal of psychotherapy is to enhance an individual’s mental health, couple therapy seeks to strengthen the quality of a couple’s relationship.

The good news is that “71% of those who have attended say that their experiences have ranged from helpful to very helpful. And of those who haven’t attended marriage counselling with a spouse, 52% are interested in trying it out.” (Blogs & Ideas | MidAmerica Nazarene University, 2017)

How can couples / marriage counselling help you?

A significant advantage of couples/marriage counselling is uncovering underlying issues impacting the relationship. This is worth mentioning because couples frequently enter therapy to resolve a “perceived problem.” However, as the sessions progress, it often becomes apparent that the “perceived problem” is not the issue.

  • Increase healthy problem-solving skills without the need to engage in conflict or arguments.
  • Enhance communication skills to share emotional, mental, and physical needs.
  • Increase sense of intimacy, especially in couples with children.
  • Increase acceptance and love towards the other person.
  • Navigate challenges with other family members as a couple.
  • Overcome life’s hardships and tragedies.
  • Gain a new perspective about the relationship’s future (i.e., preventing divorce).

The sooner you get help, the sooner you’ll be on your way to enjoying a more relaxed, stable and enjoyable life. If you live in Toronto, Call 604-305-0104 to speak to a counsellor today.

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