An experienced therapist from our team of experts will meet with you and your spouse to discuss your current concerns and any difficulties you are facing. These may be external factors (e.g., financial issues or bereavement) and/or internal factors (such as communication problems). After being in a relationship for a while, couples may become overfamiliar with their partners, making it easy to fall into the habit of not listening to the other person or ineffectively communicating your needs.
It can be helpful to talk to someone who does not have any relation with you, or your partner, as they can provide an objective, professional view of your situation. They also have the skills and training to guide you through your problems. The therapist is not there to judge or criticise you. They can, however, offer a confidential space where you can explore your feelings openly. They can help to keep things calm and constructive and offer support to both of you without taking sides.
Though every couple is unique in their own way, common areas we help couples with are:
- Communicating more effectively with each other
- Rebuilding trust after betrayal or affair
- Learning why arguments escalate
- How to negotiate and resolve conflicts
- How external elements (e.g., family values, religion, and culture) may affect your
- Managing different goals and values
- Coping with life changes
- Negotiating a healthy separation or divorce if required.