“My clients are genuinely surprised when we start working together – they think that I am going to tell them what to do, but it’s not like that. They also come in feeling nervous and apprehensive but once we have met a few times, they even start to enjoy it. At the end of the day, it’s a brave move to come to Therapy, but for almost everyone, it’s one of the best moves they have made.”
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Opening Hours: 7:30pm – 8pm Monday-Friday
If appointments are rescheduled there is no additional charge – and no problem. Should you fail to turn up for an appointment without prior warning (24 hours notice) then you would be charged for that appointment.
There are some areas of our lives that we feel we would like to improve but we just don’t seem to be able to make the necessary changes. No matter how hard we try, we seem to remain stuck in the same groove.
By coming to couples therapy you can express and identify your feelings, values and expectations, and gain assistance with communication and problem solving by looking at new options, possibilities and perspectives with a non judgmental, experienced and caring therapist.
You can Increase your understanding of underlying problems as well as more obvious difficulties between yourself and your partner, reduce the power of disappointments and hurts, both past and present, and open a way to greater fulfillment in your life, both as part of a couple and as an individual.
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Couples often come to therapy polarized by reactivity and power struggles that make them feel increasingly disconnected. Trapped in a stalemate that they are unable to change on their own, they invite the therapist into the intimacy of their struggles, hoping for a new direction. It is the work of the therapist to understand the complex interactions and experience of the couple caught up in stalemate or an ‘impasse’. The therapist’s approach helps to identify the couple’s pattern and investigate and challenge emotional undercurrents that might be fueling and informing their dynamics. In working with couples’ impasses in the here and now, the goal is to help the partners move from being reactive to being more able to discuss, and from a view of themselves as victim and villain to positions of increased responsibility and personal agency. The process of change is facilitated by awareness, behavioral changes and negotiations, and the creation of alternative scripts based on greater empathy and connectedness…
I truly understand the need for a safe, confidential and empathic environment for you to be able to trust your therapist, to be listened to and understood, so you are able to resolve or manage the problems and issues you are having with your partner.
I am a British Couples Therapist specializing in relationship issues.
I can help you with conflict, sexual difficulties, divorce or separation, loss of intimacy, the impact of a new baby or an affair and its aftermath.
The most important factor for picking a therapist is trust. Therapy works when you feel contained, safe and understood, where confidentiality is taken seriously.
You both will feel equally listened to in a non-judgmental environment, allowing you the space to rework your relationship together with my professional guidance.