Couples who are encountering difficulties can benefit from a space, where each can understand the dynamics of their relationship, and how to effect change. This can be achieved individually, as is often the case, or as a consulting couple.
What makes for a well-functioning, ultimately successful relationship? It’s up to every pair to find out what works for them. This “finding out together” is a vital part of being in a relationship. One could even say that it is the relationship.
However, sometimes communication and intimacy get lost, and situations become stuck. Any deadlock can affect both partners and perhaps children or dependents, and often threatens the existence of the relationship.
Conflicts are a natural and healthy occurrence in every relationship and offer great opportunities to learn about each other and to make it stronger. When the relationship does not seem to allow for this learning, then it is worth investing in a space, where this inquiry can start and live.
For this, it is appropriate to consider:
- relationship counselling and psychotherapy for each partner a
- counselling and therapy for couples
- a combination of both individual and couples or relationship therapy. This solution is particularly effective.