Relationship counselling will teach you how to thrive in a relationship by imparting skills that can help navigate disagreements and differences, all of which are normal in a healthy relationship.
Counselling sessions are focused on helping individuals and couples learn how to communicate effectively, become more intimate and connected, and about conflict resolution – all of which contribute to a healthier and more pleasurable relationship.
Relationship counsellors seek to teach you (both) on not blaming each other and bridging the gap that may exists causing the relationship to be stuck in a vicious cycle. You will learn how to feel safe in your vulnerability, given the space to express your concerns and gain practical skills like listening attentively and communicating in an empathic way.
Our specialist relationship counsellor will want to understand what you wish to gain from the sessions, that is, what you want to focus on, for example, you may wish to improve communication, or your sex life, or it could be that you have some specific challenges that could benefit from the help of our skilled professionals.
Unfortunately, in our closest relationships we are often unable to be as clear as we wish we could be, this could be due to attachment issues, and an inability to be vulnerable. This means that we can feel rejected or angry, for example, and our partner can be completely oblivious to this. During couples counselling, your therapist will observe your interactions and provide feedback, as well as open the door to conversations in a safe space, guiding the exploration and the pace of it.
This means you and your partner can gain insights and understanding about how you are perceived, and how you perceive, and learn new, helpful ways. Via feedback you can gain new skills and avoid misunderstandings which lead to conflict, and instead be encouraged toward a more loving and fulfilling relationship.
Our counselling services are recommended weekly, sessions are 50-minutes, at the same time and day every week.
Why stay unhappy in your relationship when you can improve it. There are many benefits that couples therapy offer, some of these are:
Marriage coaching can help partners to increase closeness and connection, improve attachment, communication, empathy, listening, emotional understanding, trust, and therefore how you relate to one another.
This can mean that you experience improved relationship quality which can improve other areas of relationship functioning, and individual wellbeing as well.
We offer Marriage Counselling in Birmingham. Phinity Therapy also serve other cities and countries through our network of qualified therapists. Online therapy is also available, catering for those who cannot reach our clinic or have busy schedules.
Make a commitment to taking control and living the life you want and deserve. Start by booking your Free Initial Consultation Today and speak to one of our friendly principal therapists about your concerns and desired goals.
*Due to limited time slot availability caused by high demand, we now offer only one Free Initial Consultation for prospective clients, further conversations are charged at our normal rate.
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