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Couple Therapy 

We can all experience difficulties in our relationships. Relationship therapy for couples can offer help and support to navigate your relationship concerns, improve communication, strengthen connections in your relationship(s), and explore complex patterns that may be affecting your quality of life. 

There are many different reasons why you may be thinking of relationship/couple therapy. Some of these might include:

  • Arguing more frequently and/or having repetitive arguments

  • Thinking about and exploring next steps in your relationship

  • Lack of intimacy and/or loss of emotional connection between you and your partner

  • Recovering from infidelity

  • Life changes and difficulties: infertility, parenting, employment concerns, illness, retirement

  • Pre-marital counselling

  • Wanting to get on better

  • Thinking of separation

Individual Therapy

Psychodynamic therapy can be used to address a wide range of issues and considers the whole person, including their emotions, thoughts, and behaviours, as well as their past experiences and relationships. It is a flexible approach that can be tailored to your specific needs. Psychodynamic therapy isn't just about addressing problems; it's also a tool for personal growth and self-acceptance. It can help you become more comfortable with who you are and work towards becoming the best version of yourself. 

There are many different reasons why you might consider having individual therapy. Some of these might include:

  • Personal development

  • Self-exploration; including sexuality and gender.

  • Understanding your relationship patterns and habits

  • Dissatisfaction with previous/current relationships (romantic, family, friends, work)

  • Life transitions

  • Feeling under pressure to be in a relationship

  • Feeling depressed, anxious, stressed

  • Feeling lonely or isolated

  • Dealing with trauma 

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