Couples Therapy

Living together under one roof can be one of the most rewarding or traumatic experiences of our lives, depending on our individual personalities and the circumstances of our stay. Human relationships have a few basic requirements and qualities that in modern society tend to be taken for granted, or ignored, in favor of other factors, including cultural norms, family traditions, parental expectations and more. Ultimately, what happens is that the relationship exists in name, but is barely able to stand strong, due to the lack of nourishment, and therefore fails us at the very time is a required element in our lives, buckling under the slightest pressure.

At other times, while a relationship may exist, it might be stressed due to various reasons, including individual qualities, environmental attributes, current circumstances, and more.

This service is for all types of couples, and includes individual and couple counselling, counselling for children and families and finally, protocols to reduce distance, increase closeness, enhance togetherness and more.

Unless otherwise specified, all prices mentioned are for a single session. The complete course may require more than a single session depending on individual circumstances. All sessions include a 15 minute follow up session, free of cost, one week onward. If you require multiple sessions, please speak with us about a discount, which we’re happy to extend to you, if you’re booking / paying in advance.

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Couple issues can be complex and difficult to navigate, but there are some strategies that may help:
  1. Communicate openly: Communication is key in any relationship. Try to be open and honest with your partner about your thoughts and feelings. Listen actively and try to understand their perspective.
  2. Practice empathy: Try to put yourself in your partner's shoes and understand their feelings and perspective. This can help you avoid misunderstandings and conflict.
  3. Set boundaries: Boundaries can help protect your relationship and ensure that both partners feel respected. Be clear about what you need and expect from the relationship.
  4. Spend quality time together: Make time for each other and do things that you both enjoy. This can help strengthen your connection and build intimacy.
  5. Seek support: If you're struggling to resolve issues on your own, consider seeking support from a couples therapist. Therapy can help you identify underlying issues, improve communication, and develop strategies to improve your relationship.
Remember, every couple is unique, and what works for one may not work for another. It's important to be patient and persistent in finding strategies that work for you and your partner. Couples therapy, also known as couples counseling or marriage counseling, is a form of therapy designed to help couples resolve conflicts, improve communication, and strengthen their relationship. Here are some things to consider if you're thinking about couples therapy:
  1. Find a therapist: Look for a therapist who has experience working with couples. You can ask for referrals from your healthcare provider, friends, or family members, or search online for therapists in your area.
  2. Discuss your goals: Before starting therapy, talk with your partner about your goals and what you hope to achieve through counseling. This can help you both feel more comfortable and focused during sessions.
  3. Be open and honest: In couples therapy, it's important to be open and honest with your therapist and your partner. Share your thoughts and feelings openly and listen actively to your partner's perspective.
  4. Practice active listening: Active listening is a skill that involves listening to your partner without judgment and reflecting back what you've heard to ensure understanding. Your therapist may teach you techniques for practicing active listening during sessions.
  5. Be patient: Couples therapy can take time and may involve some difficult conversations. Be patient with the process and trust that with time and effort, you can make progress toward a healthier relationship.
Remember, couples therapy can be a powerful tool for improving your relationship, but it's not a cure-all. It takes effort, commitment, and a willingness to make changes. With the guidance of a qualified therapist, you and your partner can work together to build a stronger, healthier relationship

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Program duration

1 Session, 4 Weeks, 8 Weeks, 12 Weeks

Number of sessions

1 session onward

Additional Sessions

Available on demand. Chargeable.

Session duration

50 minutes per session

Mode of delivery

Video call

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