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Couples counselling, also known as couples therapy or marriage counselling, is a therapeutic process designed to help couples navigate challenges and improve their relationship. In couples counselling, a trained therapist works with the couple to address communication issues, resolve conflicts, and strengthen emotional bonds. The therapist creates a safe, neutral space where both partners can express their thoughts and feelings openly.

LOOK OUT FOR THESE SIGNS

  • Frequent and escalating arguments.
  • Poor communication, with constant misunderstandings.
  • Emotional distance and lack of intimacy.
  • Trust issues, such as infidelity.
  • Unresolved conflicts and recurring issues.
  • A sense of dissatisfaction or unhappiness in the relationship.

During couples counselling
sessions, couples can expect to:

Improve Communication: 

Couples learn effective communication techniques to express their needs and concerns clearly and listen actively to their partner

Resolve Conflicts: 

The therapist helps couples identify sources of conflict and guides them in finding constructive solutions to their issues.

Rebuild Trust: 

If trust has been eroded in the relationship, the therapist assists in rebuilding trust and creating a foundation of security.

Enhance Intimacy: 

Couples work on increasing emotional intimacy, fostering connection, and reigniting passion in their relationship.

Develop Healthy Relationship Patterns:  

Couples learn to recognize and change unhealthy behavior patterns that may damage their relationship.

Family counselling, also called family therapy, is a form of psychotherapy that addresses issues within a family system. It recognizes that problems within a family often involve interactions and dynamics between family members rather than individual issues. Family counselling aims to improve communication, resolve conflicts, and strengthen family relationships.

LOOK OUT FOR THESE SIGNS:

  • Constant conflicts and tension within the family.
  • Difficulty resolving disputes or disagreements.
  • Strained relationships between family members.
  • Communication breakdown among family members.
  • Behavioral issues in children or adolescents.
  • Family experiencing a major life transition or crisis.

During family counselling sessions, families can expect to:

Identify Family Dynamics: 

The therapist helps families understand their unique family dynamics, roles, and patterns of interaction.

Improve Communication:

Family members learn to communicate more effectively and constructively express their thoughts and emotions.

Resolve Conflicts:  

The therapist assists in resolving conflicts within the family and teaches conflict resolution skills.

Enhance Problem-Solving: 

Families work together to find solutions to common challenges and make decisions that benefit everyone.

Support Change:  

Family counseling can be helpful during significant life transitions, such as divorce, remarriage, or adding a new family member.

Build Stronger Bonds:

The goal is to strengthen family bonds, foster understanding, and create a more harmonious and supportive family environment.

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Jana

Licensed Counselling Psychologist,
Psychotherapist, Founder of
MCM Conscious Mental Wellness

Ailien

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Psychotherapist,
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Piyali

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Psychotherapist,
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Vinita

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Psychotherapist,
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Kim

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Psychotherapist,
Counselor

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