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Couples Therapy and Marriage Counselling in London

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Help for Relationship or Marriage Problems

  • Concerned the connection you once shared is now lost?
  • Tired of arguments or misunderstandings?
  • Worried about marriage affairs?

Whatever problems you are facing, our experienced couple counsellors can help you understand why things are not working and what steps you can take to make things better, fast.

How Can KlearMinds Help?

When things go wrong in a relationship and you don’t know how to resolve them it can cause communication breakdown and even an unnecessary break-up. KlearMinds couples therapy can help you to prevent the situation from worsening and show you essential strategies to resolve problems effectively to enable you to build love, fun and deeper trust in your relationship. Making the choice to go to counselling can be a big step. But, even if your partner will not take part, it is possible to get them to respond differently by making simple changes in your own behaviour.

CLIENT REVIEWS
“By getting us to focus on what really matters in our relationship Andrea was able to help us see that what we thought were disagreements about money were really about our fears, insecurities and need for autonomy…We feel more confident and prepared now to deal with any of these issues that might come up again in the future. She is a skilful and empathic professional…”

“My relationship with my wife has vastly improved. We are able to communicate more openly and can now provide each other with space, companionship and appropriate support when needed. I have regained my enjoyment in our journey of building a life and family together…”

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Issues Couples Therapy Can Help With:

Sometimes, relationship issues aren’t particularly clear. You may just have a feeling that something feels wrong, but you aren’t sure why. Couples therapy doesn’t only serve to resolve specific problems, it is also useful for identifying what has changed. It doesn’t mean one person is to blame. It could simply be that your relationship needs an MOT. Counselling is a beneficial place to start.
Our relationship therapists can help if these are some of the problems you are facing:

  • Communication problems: Stuck in dysfunctional patterns / breakdown / Arguments / conflict / violence / abuse / loss of shared experiences – living separate lives
  • Intimacy / Sexual issues – Emotional intimacy has gone / desire has gone or sex is no fun / managing different expectations
  • Broken Trust: Trust has been broken or eroded via a physical or emotional affair, secrets, addiction or other issues
  • Life Changing Experiences: Loss / Life changes or something devastating that has changed the way you relate to each other / Birth of a child / children management / health issues / Children leaving home / External pressures – family, work, friends
  • Blended Families: Second marriage / dealing with previous relationships or marriages
  • Facing Separation or Divorce? maybe it seems like the only option, how to end a relationship
  • Mental Health Problems:  Managing depression, stress or anxiety in a relationship
  • Managing Emotions:  love/hate feelings, jealousy,  anger, fear, boredom

 

What Can You Gain from Couples/Marriage Counselling?

Our couple and marriage counsellors can help you understand why and where things are going wrong and what steps you can take to re-build a future together, that will be fulfilling and fun for you both.

We can help you resolve problems and strengthen your relationship:

  • Learn simple strategies to reduce or avoid conflict and establish deeper trust and understanding
  • Learn how to recover, rebuild trust or move on from affairs in marriage or a cheating partner
  • Discover how differences between men and women can cause problems and offer solutions
  • Learn new strategies that will help you understand how to meet each other’s needs
  • Learn your partner’s communication style and what they are really saying
  • Discover simple ways to re-ignite fun, sexual passion, laughter and build a positive future together
  • Learn key pre-marital counselling strategies for building a lasting, fulfilling marriage

What to Expect in your First Couples Therapy Session

Your first appointment provides an opportunity for each of you to identify the problems you are experiencing. Our therapist will help you to determine specific goals and start a process of open and constructive communication. If you have any concerns about the process, they can be addressed at the first meeting. Our therapists handle all sessions sensitively, are unbiased and won’t take sides, and they won’t judge your personal situations or sexual preferences.
All discussions in couples counselling are confidential. Many people feel apprehensive at the first meeting – this is normal. Our highly experienced therapists will help to facilitate dialogue by listening equally to both parties, understand the problems you are both facing and help you to communicate more effectively with each other.

What is likely to happen in your first relationship therapy session?

The first appointment is an opportunity for both of you to discuss the problems in your relationship. Your couples counsellor will help you set specific goals and start a process of open and constructive communication. Your therapist can facilitate dialogue between you by listening equally to both sides, understand the difficulties you are facing and help you communicate more effectively with each other. Our experienced, empathetic therapists handle all sessions with the utmost sensitivity, and without bias or judgement. All discussions in couple counselling are confidential.

How frequently do sessions take place?

Initially, many couples prefer weekly appointments and as they progress they might shift to a fortnightly format.  Some couples like to start with fortnightly sessions.  Your couples therapist will be pleased to discuss which format could work best for you.  Appointments tend to take place at the same time on the same day each week which supports continuity in the work.  If you require flexibility due to work or family commitments, just let your therapist know and they may be able to accommodate this for you.

How many sessions do I need?

The amount of therapy that will suit and your partner best can be influenced by several factors. These include the length of time that you’ve been having relationship difficulties, the type of difficulties you wish to resolve and the outcome you wish to achieve.  Some couples simply want a few sessions to get a perspective on one problem and establish better strategies to deal with it.  Other couples may prefer to have more sessions in order to deal with longstanding issues.  Your couples therapist will be pleased to review progress with you, so you can end when you have achieved the outcome that works for your relationship.

Take the First Step to Save Your Marriage or Relationship

Are you fed up worrying about your relationship or marriage? KlearMinds marriage counselling and couples therapy can help you develop a new, empowering level of understanding that will remove fears, build lasting trust and create a compelling future for your relationship. Whether you have a specific relationship problem or are simply feeling stuck and stagnant, contact us today and begin making your life and your marriage better.

 

Our Fees for Couples Therapy Services

Couples – £130 per session
Fees are charged on a per session basis – a standard session lasts 50 minutes
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Conveniently located in Central London

If you need a marriage counsellor or couples marriage therapy in London, a KlearMinds couple therapist or marriage therapist can help. Our couple and marriage therapists are based in central London EC1 /and EC2. We are located within easy reach of Liverpool Street, Moorgate, Old Street, Barbican and Shoreditch.

Our Marriage Counselling London Office Locations:

Visit the following links for further information on our locations:

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This page was written by Maggie Morrow (MSc, BSc, Adv Dip, UKCP) and medically reviewed in July 2021.

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