What is Couples Counselling?
The aim of couples counselling (also known as marriage counselling and relationship counselling) is to increase a better understanding of how problems affect the relationship. If you are experiencing difficulty in your relationship and would like to understand why this has happened, couples counselling gives partners the opportunity to talk and listen to one another openly and effectively. It opens up the opportunity to explore the dynamic of your relationship, and how unfinished issues from the past may be influencing the present.
A couple’s relationship can face many challenges. Maybe you are experiencing financial pressures, have just started a family, or come from different religious or cultural backgrounds. Perhaps you or your partner have recently lost your job or been promoted, changing the dynamics within your relationship. Maybe you just don’t feel like you are being heard or seen anymore, or are unhappy with your role within the relationship. Sometimes couples need to learn how to be friends, to support each other or to share their inner thoughts and feelings. This is where couples counselling can help.
When problems occur in a relationship, communication can shut down and with it, the best hope of finding a solution. It is important to work on your relationship, taking some time away from day to day routines, so you can achieve what you really want and deserve from your relationship. With a compassionate, non-judgemental facilitator present, partners are often able to do this by discussing issues or problems that may have previously felt too difficult or unsafe. Our therapists can help support you with a wide range of issues.
In addition to couples counselling, The Awareness Centre also offers psychosexual and relationship therapy for couples and individuals experiencing sexual difficulties. Our professional psychosexual therapists are specially trained to support clients with all kinds of sexual difficulties, whatever the cause.
£50 – £130 for 50 minutes (some therapists are a private health care provider)
Make an Appointment
To make an appointment to see one of our couples counsellors, please call the reception team on 020 8673 4545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are open seven days a week.