Couples seek professional support for several reasons, like emotional distance, lack of intimacy, difficulty in communicating, frequent conflict.
The purpose of the therapy is to enable the partners to build the unique relationship they want for themselves, to improve their communication and to provide the skills that help them live a satisfying encounter, however they define it.
Couples also seek support in the difficult phase of separation, when they believe that the way they separate makes a difference, especially if other people, like children, are involved.
Whether you seek improvement in your relationship or a healthy closure, couple counselling gives you an opportunity to address difficult issues with an external and neutral look, to explore underlying emotions, until you have found your own solution.
Issues that I address
- Counterproductive interaction patterns
- Emotional distance
- Frequent conflicts
- Issues in sexual life
- Difficulties with the extended family and in-laws
- Loss of a family member
- Finding a viable way to separation and divorce when the decision has been made