1 to 1 sessions, lasting 50 minutes. Our initial therapies are offered on a 6 weekly renewable basis. These are negotiated individually – with the Client and Therapist.
Communication, conflict, divorce, separation, affairs (infidelity), sexual dysfunction, relationship management and marriage counselling. Counselling can offer a space to explore one another’s differences, bring a new perspective to the relationship, provide tools and techniques to establish lost intimacy or assist in an amicable split between two adults.
In Couples Therapy, the Counsellor will help by highlighting existing issues within the relationship and explore what changes are needed. Identifying behavioural patterns that no longer contribute positively to the relationship. Couples Therapy requires both parties to be fully committed and ready to contribute with open and honest communication, being prepared to face what might feel like tough emotional challenges. It is a combination of mediation, exploration and knowledge which is what make this therapy effective.
Group Therapy Work:
Groups can be as small as three or four people, maximum group size is six. The group typically meets once each week for one hour thirty minutes. Groups can either be open or closed. In an open session, new participants are welcome to join at any time. In a closed group, only a core group of members are invited to participate.
The specific manner in which the session is conducted depends largely on the goals of the group and the style of the therapist. Some therapists might encourage a more free-form style of dialogue, where each member participates as he or she sees fit. Other therapists might have a specific plan for each session that might include having clients practice new skills with other members of the group.