When to Resort to Relationship Counselling ?

Relationship counselling helps individual/couples to explore, identify and resolve conflicts with a goal to enhance their relationship. Counselling provides with the tools to make thoughtful decisions about your relationship. It helps both the parties to talk out their problems and share their underlying feelings that they share about each other in this relationship in a safe environment. Counseling would help them to gain new insights and perspectives about their relationship which can help them to lay groundwork in the right manner.

  • You keep having the same arguments – Do you have the same disagreements on the same issues over and over again? Therapy can help you not only understand why you keep having reoccurring issues but help you resolve them – once and for all.
     

  • You’ve stopped being intimate – Don’t remember the last time you had sex, kissed or even held hands? Intimacy is considered a barometer for your relationship. Couple counselling can help uncover the real cause behind the absence of physical closeness, and help reignite the spark.
     

  • You find fault in everything your partner does – Do you criticize your partner for everything they do and don’t do? Do you rant about your other half in front of friends and family? Resentment is at the root of many toxic relationships, but by seeking help, both parties can get the right tools for overcoming bitterness and rebuilding a healthy relationship.
     

  • You lead separate lives – Are you more roommates than lovers? A therapist can help you reconnect with your partner on a romantic level and remind you of why you fell in love in the first place.
     

  • You don’t trust your partner – When you trust someone, you feel physically and emotionally safe with them. Trust is the underpinning of a healthy relationship, and if it is missing – whether your partner has broken that confidence or if you have inherent trust issues – it is a problem that requires resolving. A counsellor can help with establishing and restoring trust.
     

  •  You have financial fights – Money is the cause of many relationship breakdowns and divorces, even when it comes to couples that are financially well off. We bout over financial matters because we tend to have different, deeply rooted beliefs about the best way to use money. Relationship counselling can help you understand your partner’s differing point of perspective, and guide you both towards a resolution.
     

  • You feel like your partner doesn’t listen to you – Do you feel ignored by your partner? No matter how many times you’ve said something, he/she doesn’t listen? Communication is key in happy relationships, and it is indeed a two-way street and couple counselling can help you both recover your communication skills.
     

  •  You’re thinking about having an affair – Social media has made it easier than ever to cheat, so if you find yourself sending flirty messages to co-workers, friends or even strangers, you are one step closer to having an affair. Couple therapy can help explore what it is you’re lacking in your current relationship and solve the problem if you cross that line.

FAQ regarding Relationship Counselling

  • How does Relationship Counselling help?
    Relationship counselling helps individual/couples to explore, identify and resolve conflicts with a goal to enhance their relationship.

  • When to resort to Relationship Counselling?
    When you have the same arguments​, lead separate lives, have financial fights, don't trust your partner, find fault.

  • What role does Relationship Counselling play between the couple?
    Counselling helps them to gain new insights and perspectives about their relationship which can help them to lay the groundwork in the right manner.