Couples and Individual Counselling / Psychotherapy in Seaford, Eastbourne, Lewes, Brighton
I am seeing all clients online during the COVID-19 pandemic but I'm hoping that when the latest surge from the Omicron variant is over that I can begin to see people face to face, perhaps before the Spring!
A committed relationship for many people lies at the centre of their lives but very few couples have a relationship of any length without meeting difficulties along the way. The happiest couples can be open about the fact that there were times when they disliked each other and considered separating. Through triumphing over these personal difficulties they create a unique bond. Conflict can be a way of developing a partnership rather than signalling an end to it, but for some couples the presence of a third party, a counsellor, helps in sustaining the dialogue when feelings run high and it is here where a skilled counsellor/psychotherapist can be of help. Sometimes people take a long time to admit there is a problem - but just waiting and hoping things will get better may only make things worse.
The roots of conflict in a relationship often lie in the pasts of the individual members of the couple, hidden from their conscious minds. They remain unaware of the havoc that their experiences when young might have on their adult relationship. Counselling/psychotherapy can help people find a way out of their difficulties provided both members of the couple are willing to look at what might be wrong in their relationship.
I have a particular interest in working with Couples in later life
Location & Contact
My consultation room is in Seaford , within easy reach of Eastbourne, Newhaven, Lewes, and Brighton To contact me click here
Counselling and Psychotherapy in Seaford, Eastbourne, Newhaven, Lewes and Brighton