Gail is a highly experienced therapist who can help you to work through relationship or family issues in a sensitive and supportive way.
Couple counselling helps provide a neutral space for you both to work through your issues, develop insight into your problems and really be able to hear each other without things turning into cycles of negative behaviour that keep you stuck having the same argument.
Couple counselling will help you find your way together to change and improve your relationship. It will help you to talk things through. In couple counselling many couples find that speaking with someone who understands relationship dynamics improves their communication together and develops their understanding of their partner.
You may think that couple counselling is only for when things are at crises point but whether you are experiencing a difficult time now or you want to deepen the connection between you couple counselling can make a difference.
Sadly though relationships do breakdown and often couple counselling can help navigate your separation, particularly if you want to improve your co-parenting relationship or find support for yourself at a difficult emotional time
Family counselling is a specialist type of counselling which aims to support family members to understand each other’s experiences, their views, appreciate each other’s needs and support them to make changes in their relationships and their lives.
Family counselling can help when siblings aren’t getting on, or when parents and children are going through a divorce or separation. Issues between family members can place them under strain and result in family members feeling isolated or overlooked. Forming a blended family can also be also be a challenge.
Family counselling can open up a dialogue between family members with the aim of helping them to understand each other’s experiences and views, appreciate each other’s needs, build on strengths and make useful changes in their relationships and their lives. It is an opportunity to reflect on important relationships and find new ways of interacting.
Psychosexual Therapy (PST) is a therapy which specifically addresses sexual difficulties and intimacy issues, whatever they may be, especially as they may be having a negative impact on you and your relationship.
Sexual difficulties are very common and research suggests that more than half of us will experience problems at some point. Your sexual wants and needs can change a lot throughout your lifetime. When these changes occur, they can leave you feeling like you want to shut down and not talk.
If you are facing these challenges being able to talk openly and frankly about your sex life can be feel daunting and uncomfortable but the key to maintaining a good relationship is to have an intimate relationship between you and your partner that you are both happy with. PST is open to everyone, whatever your sexuality or marital status may be.
If you would like to find out more about how Gail can help you, please contact us on 01925 730123, or you can book on-line here.