Do you experience one or more of the following?
- Wondering whether you want to stay in your relationship
- Wanting to be in a relationship but struggling to find one or stay in one
- Making the same mistakes over and again
- Being drawn into problematic relationships
- Problems communicating with your partner
- Lack of intimacy in your relationship
- Having feelings of jealousy, frustration or anger
- Wanting to explore an open relationship
- Feeling stuck or trapped in your relationship
- Feeling that you and your partner are drifting apart
How counselling can help
One-to-one work can help you better understand what you want from a relationship and why your current relationship or past relationships haven’t worked for you. These insights can help you relate better to both yourself and navigate intimate relationships.
If you are not currently in a relationship, counselling can help you understand why you don’t feel able to meet the right person, or why the relationships you have are short-lived or unfulfilling.
If you are already in a relationship, couple counselling can help you reconnect with what you found attractive about one another when you met. Having you both in the room together can help you better understand why the relationships isn’t working like it used to or how you want it to.
Rather than trying to change one another, the counselling can help you better understand each other. One outcome is that you decide you no longer want to be together. Whilst this realisation is likely to be a painful one, the counselling can help you manage the break-up and create a better understanding of yourself and each other.