"Your job is not to seek love. Your job is to seek and remove all the barriers to love you've built within yourself." - Carl Jung
Relationships are at the heart of our lives. The positive or negative quality of them affects how we feel about ourselves.They impact our children, our extended families and our communities. Sometimes problems in relationships are loud and clear; the discovery of an affair, the impact of a job loss, when there are money issues, a bereavement of someone close or issues arising over your children. Less obvious problems might be when there is a sense of leading two separate lives, or feeling bored or wildly irritated, or it might be the constant bickering over the tiny details of life, or more evidently, when arguments escalate into something more dangerous.
When is enough, enough? It takes equal parts courage and despair to finally bring a couple to counselling. When you're feeling too distressed or stuck, it can be too hard to think and find a way through on your own.
Couple therapy provides a different kind of thinking space, one that attends to damaged communication, and works to bring about the relief of being heard. To help create better understanding of yourself and each other. Therapy gives room for discovering what might be going on beneath your present relationship difficulties and what might be adding fuel, unconsciously, to present difficulties.
With a clearer sense of oneself and of your partner, problems can be met and thought about, and there is the possibilty for real change.
Can Help With...
Reduced negativity and greater appreciation
Parenting/step parenting thinking
Improved intimacy and better sexual relationships
A more stable and happier family life
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