Relationship Counselling

By: Corne Wentzel Counselling  06-21-2016
Keywords: Family Counselling, Couple Counselling

Relationship counselling may be helpful if one or more of the following statements apply to you: My marriage / relationship is falling apart I am going through a divorce or breakup I am bored or frustrated in my relationship I feel that my partner doesn’t understand me The communication isn’t working in our family I want a relationship, but am struggling to make it happen I am getting married, and want create a strong foundation for our marriage I want to strengthen my relationship What benefits and results will you get from relationship counselling? These benefits will be applicable to relationships with your partner / spouse, as well as other family members (parents, children, siblings), and may even improve relationships at work and in other social situations. An understanding of the underlying issues which create problems in your relationship – why you push each others buttons. Specific steps you can take to have the relationship you want. Clarity on what you expect from your partner, and what he / she expects from you. Practical skills for improving communication and managing conflict situations. Understanding and managing boundaries in relationships. A way forward for your relationship. What is unique about my approach to Relationship Counselling? I have extensive experience in Relationship Counselling, from my private practice, as well as my work at FAMSA and LifeLine. Depending on your situation, I can either work with you alone, or with both partners together. In working with my clients, my approach draws on psychodynamic psychotherapy, Imago Relationship Therapy (developed by Harville Hendrix), the work of Hedy and Yumi Schleifer, and family systems theory.

Keywords: Couple Counselling, Family Counselling

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