Relationship problems are endemic. You don’t need to be in crisis to come for relationship counselling. It makes a lot of sense to come before a problem turns into a crisis and this could prevent much heart-ache. It’s a sign of strength to recognise that we need help with relationship problems and in doing so we can live a more satisfying life.
It probably won’t come as any surprise that there are rarely quick fixes in sorting out relationship difficulties. My aim through counselling and coaching is to help couples improve their relationships through better communication, understanding and behavioural change.
You don’t have to come for counselling with your partner in order to improve your relationship. Many individuals gain great benefit in their relationships through working on their own issues.
I also help many people who have experienced the pain and upheaval of a relationship breakup to gain insight, regain confidence and move on.
I trained in Couples Counselling with Leeds Psychotherapy Training Institute in 2007.