Improve Troubled Relationships with Couples’ Counselling and Psychotherapy in Newmarket

Re-ignite the spark in your relationship by addressing relational conflicts and curbing problematic behaviours. Overcome marital problems with your partner with our behavioural couples counselling and therapy services. Our therapists will help you identify the obstacles to your relationship’s happiness and work on them with you and your partner.

What is Couples Counselling?

Couples counselling, also known as marriage counselling, is a type of psychotherapy that helps couples resolve conflicts between them and improve their relationship. Through this type of counselling, you work together (and with our therapist) to strengthen your connection with each other. 

Our marriage counselling for couples in Newmarket lets participants work out their differences and difficulties to create a more intimate relationship. Helping you solve your relationship problems is not our only goal, though; we help you revive feelings of love and affection for one another.

Our Approach to Couples’ Therapy

Our Newmarket couples’ therapist acts as a coach and observer, working to facilitate awareness of how you interact with your partner. Each session, you’ll learn more productive ways of relating to one another and carrying each other’s burdens.

By learning how to communicate your feelings, you’ll deepen your emotional bond. We help couples build a sturdier foundation so that both of them feel supported and loved regardless of the issues you face.

Building Stronger Marriages with Therapy

We help couples build and maintain positive relationships by:

Analysing the ways couples communicate

One thing we noticed in most of our behavioural therapy sessions for couples in Newmarket is that what may seem clear to one party can be unclear to another. We help couples develop functional forms of communication to nurture emotional comprehension and reduce misinterpretations.

Offering emotion-focused therapy

By exploring reactions, emotions, behaviours, and inter-relations, couples can learn more about their individual roles and their effect on the dynamics of the couple’s relationship.

Reinforcing positive psychology

Positive psychology emphasizes the positive character strengths and emotions of your partner. Our couples’ therapist will teach you to identify positive moments as they happen so you gain a better appreciation of your spouse’s experiences.

Exploring the roots of the problem

Situations, such as childhood traumas or previous failed relationships, can lead to unreasonable expectations in your marriage. By exploring these circumstances, you’ll eliminate unfair perceptions and build better relations with your partner.

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