Getting to know yourself through individual therapy provides immense benefits in raising self-esteem, improving connections with other people and finding a better of coping with life changing events like bereavement, divorce and other things.
For increasing arguments, communication problems, family issues, sexual problems, cultural problems, life changes or any other issues, couples therapy can help you improve your relationship and improve the quality of your life.
If you are struggling with good relationships at work or in your personal life then relationship counselling can help you. I help you look at your struggles, repetitive patterns and the reasons behind some of these problems.
Anger & Stress Management
Anger and Stress reduce the quality of your personal and work life and you push away close to you. I help you look at the triggers and some of the underlying issues to improve the way you manage these two essential parts of the human emotional spectrum.
Let's Work Through it Together
Feeling stuck can bring a sense of confusion, frustration and stagnation. Clarity becomes evasive. You want to become unstuck, move on but are unable to. And the inability to do so generates fear, anxiety and anger.
Maybe the relationship you are in does not make sense. Perhaps the job you seek or the life you seek seems evasive. Or perhaps you just need some clarity about the situation you find yourself in.
I can work with you to help you get clarity.
I am objective to your situation and can help you explore the clarity you seek. Through talking and some explorative activities, I can help you to become unstuck.
I work with individuals and couples, and have experience in working with clients from different backgrounds and cultures presenting a range of different issues.
Are arguments healthy for a relationship
Arguments in couples are usually marked by two people trying to convince each other that they are right. They are fuelled by adrenaline and therefore can bring anger, raised voices, intense body language, blaming and maybe finger pointing with them. Why do couples argue? People have differences. That is just a fact of life. About
Dealing with your partners anger
Anger is a part of the normal human emotional spectrum. Unless you have reached a state of nirvana, you will experience anger from time to time. That is perfectly normal and in that way, I will not be unique to you. But there can be too much of it. It may get in the way
Boundaries in relationships
Healthy boundaries in relationships are highly recommended and are an essential part of effective communication in couples. What are boundaries We often only think of boundaries in terms of physical objects or territories. For example, boundaries are found on the football pitches or cricket grounds, or perhaps in land ownership. These are symbolised by a