What can relationship therapy help with?
Relationship therapy can be useful in addressing any issue that can arise between two people, in any type of relationship or partnership.
Below is a list of some of the more common issues that people seek help with:
- General Conflict
- Loss of Sexual Intimacy
- Emotional Disconnection
- Infidelity & Betrayal
Therapists who offer this service
Darren – Psychologist
Elizabeth – Senior Accredited Therapists
Kathy & Sara – Accredited Therapist
Ruby – Senior Qualified Therapists
Joanne – Qualified Therapist
Please visit our team page for more information about these therapists.
Your first session is half price with us (shown in brackets)
An extra £10 is charged per hour for Relationship Therapy
(£45) £90 with a Psychologist
(£40) £80 with a Senior Accredited Therapist
(£35) £70 with an Accredited Therapist
(£30) £60 with a Senior Qualified Therapist
(£27.50) £55 with a Qualified Therapist
Further information about Relationship Therapy
All relationships go through difficult times & in this fast paced world, it is so easy for us to become disconnected from the people who are most important to us. Relationship therapy offers you a way to reconnect & to work through the problems that have arisen between you & your loved one in a safe, non-judgmental & unbiased environment.
It may sound strange, but it is often the case that one of the hardest things to do in an established relationship is to really listen to what our loved one is saying. This is because we are often personally invested in them either seeing things, or feeling, a certain way. All too easily we put our own spin on their words, mistakenly take offense because of an earlier upset that we didn’t address with them at the time, or skirt over what they’ve said because we worry that if we stay with it, we may be ultimately blamed for how it is they are feeling. And so the distance between us grows.
Therapy can help to bridge this gap. You’ll be encouraged to think honestly & openly about your relationship: the joys & the pains, what works for you, what doesn’t & what you both need to happen, so that things between you can improve.
Your therapist is there to help you to communicate clearly & to mediate where disagreements arise. In doing so, you can reach a deeper understanding of each other, learning why you both respond in the ways that you do & how to better navigate the areas of conflict. Through this process it is possible to find a way forward that respects each person’s feelings & needs.
There is often the misconception that relationship therapy is just about helping couples to stay together. This is not always the case. The goal of relationship therapy is to help you to find the best way forward for both of you & in circumstances where the best thing to do is to separate, relationship therapy can be used to help you to do so in the most amicable & healthy way possible.