Relationship Counselling

Your relationship has become, for whatever reason, strained to the point of being seriously at risk. You, your partner or both of you are not getting your needs met and this has started to take its toll. You may need help in finding a fresh source of happiness in your relationship, or in making the difficult decision to break up.

Relationship Counselling in Brighton & Hove

My work with relationships takes the form of duo counselling. This involves you, your partner, myself and a female colleague of mine, Nicky Hitchcock – also an accredited counsellor. This is a superior form of relationship counselling to standard couples counselling; having an additional therapist, especially of the opposite gender, provides an added perspective. The result is a deeper and more balanced relationship between yourselves and your therapists: helping you towards a more compassionate approach to one another.

If you would like to book in for  duo-counselling in Brighton & Hove in order to work with your relationship then e-mail me at info@counselling-brighton.co.uk or call me on 07714 324542. We respect diversity in our service and would welcome couples of all sexualities and compositions.

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Articles on Relationships

Below is a list of articles concerning relationship problems. These are all links to external sites and should provide a wider understanding of relationship problems:

Relationship Help: Advice for Building Healthy and Exciting Love Relationships, by Joanne Saisan, Melinda Smith and Jeanne Segal.

Going Through Hard Times in a Relationship: Aparna Jadhav provides a realistic look atcoping with relationship problems.

Finding Time for Each Other: One of many relationship issues articles on ‘the coupleconnection’ – focusing on the difficulty and importance of balancing ‘together’ and ‘apart’ time in your relationship.