Relationships can be complicated and whether it’s communicating with your children, engaging with your spouse or partner, dealing with parental issues or managing your connections with people such as a boss or friend, sometimes the pressure or stress in our lives can impact how we interact with each other. You may find that Relationship Counselling can help you better your relationships.
Not all interactions are positive, and sometimes arguments, ongoing problems and miscommunications cause a rift in a relationship that can be hard to fix without effort from both parties. While it can be hard to know where to start, often having a neutral party such as a counsellor or therapist in the room can help you negotiate your difficulties and restore your relationship by helping you communicate effectively, as well as identify and manage the pressures and troubles that caused the issues in the first instance.
If you are worried your relationships are suffering, at Achieving Balance, I offer therapy to help couples, family members, co-workers and friends establish healthier patterns of interacting with each other.
A flexible approach to relationship counselling
Many clients attend relationship therapy with the person they are experiencing difficulties with. But you may be surprised at how many clients explore relationship issues during individual sessions. Some clients also bring along trusted friends or family members to individual therapy to help the client broaden their perspective.
Experience in Relationship Counselling
My life as a therapist started when I began work as a relationship counsellor in Relate in 2003. Having trained since then in systemic therapy, I have broadened my work into helping families, children and young people, With specialist knowledge in relationship counselling, the therapy I offer covers a wide range of issues.