Couples buttonIf your relationship is floundering, Couples Counselling may be the help you need to get things rosy again.

Counselling can help you go behind the scenes and reveal what you’re missing. If things aren’t like they used to be, Couples Counselling will help.

Couples Counselling

Couples Counselling (relationship counselling or marriage counselling) is counselling for two people in an intimate relationship who’re having problems.

Intimate couples may or may not be living together. They could be heterosexual, homosexual, married, divorced, de-facto, separated, or single. We do not discriminate and are open to helping you all.

Sometimes only one partner comes to counselling. This might help, as they may change or learn useful skills. If this influences the relationship positively, the other party might be motivated to come.

Sometimes one or both members of the couple also attend Individual Counselling.

Common difficulties that bring couples to counselling include:

  • Trust breakdown
  • Betrayal or infidelity
  • Depression or illness
  • Aggression or violence
  • Poor or hostile communication
  • Unmanageable children or family problems

Couples may want help to mend their relationship or to end it. For intimacy and sexual difficulties, they need help from a specially trained sex therapist. If they want to part, they might want help to work out what’s best for the children.

We help couples by exploring their problems with them, listening to each side, and working together to find solutions.

See also:
The Enneagram for Living a course to help people understand one another.

Mindfulness for Couples – a course to help couples manage stress in their relationship.

And also downloadable PDF: About Couples Counselling 2019

If you’re having problems with your loved one, contact us now and get things back on track. You can book your session directly via the On-Line Booking Calendar. I hope to hear from you soon.

Contact Radiance Hobart Counselling & Self-Development
now for more information about what we have to offer

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