Relationship Counselling

Counselling for 2 people in a relationship

Relationship counselling

Attending relationship counselling, much like individual counselling is a daunting decision to make. To feel that things are not okay within the relationship and voice this to your partner can be a scary idea. But in doing so, it shows you care and that you wish to make changes with this person and within your relationship together. Couples come to counselling for many different reason, some include difficulties with money, children, in-laws, health, infidelity and difficulties with sex.

Relationship counselling is a space for couples to speak with each other and to feel heard by each other, to feel able to talk about how each other is feeling and share their needs within the relationship.

As a relationship counsellor I am not here to take sides or tell you what to do, but to support each of you in being able to open up and be honest with each other. I will provide a caring and supportive environment to try and help you find a way through any difficulties you may be facing in your relationship. Counselling may help you to see things in a different way or make the decision that’s right for you to move forward. Being able to talk to someone who is not a part of your relationship can make a big impact and a positive change.

Relationship counselling is open to all couples, regardless off marital status, sexuality or personal situations. All I ask is that you both want to attend and are open to making changes. However you experience relationship counselling, please be assured that with all counselling sessions offered are both fully confidential and non-judgemental.

Relationship counselling is available in Peterborough, with each session 50 minutes in duration, after an initial assessment session.

Cost: £50
Duration: 50 minutes
Availability: Monday to Saturday

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