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Couple Psychotherapy

Couple Psychotherapy

“A strong relationship requires choosing to love each other even in those moments when you struggle to like each other.”
Dave Willis

Do you feel lonely and invisible in your relationship? All your efforts seem useless, and you feel unappreciated or taken for granted?

Maybe there is no intimacy, and you feel like you live with a roommate rather than a soul mate. Or maybe you feel that your daily conversations are just arguments or, worse, a cold silence.

You might have been cheated on, and you feel hurt, angry and have challenges trusting again. Or maybe you had an affair, and you feel guilty and blame yourself. You have thought about splitting up but are holding onto the relationship for the sake of the children, or just because you are too scared to let go.

We all desire to feel connected, understood, and intimate in our relationships. But sometimes, things don't work out as we plan them to be. This can leave us stranded in a hurtful and unfulfilling relationship. People seek therapy when they hit rock bottom, but couples therapy can prove useful at any stage of a relationship. Even positive decisions such as getting into a new partnership, commitment to marriage, or starting a family can have a stressful effect on either partner. Couples therapy will facilitate you and your partner with a platform to voice your thoughts and concerns in a safe and non-judgmental environment before they become a hiccup in your relationship.

 If you can relate to the above and want to learn to reconnect with your soul mate and build a fulfilling & long-lasting bond together…

Couple Psychotherapy: What to expect and how it works​​

​​Marriage counselling, known as couple therapy,  helps all types of couples resolve

and recognize conflicts and rebuild their relationships. Marriage counselling can

help you make informed decisions about whether to strengthen and rebuild your

relationship or to go your separate ways. Although the focus is on the couple, there

are occasions when one or both parties' own psychological concerns must be


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