What is Relationship Counselling?
Most people at some point in their lives will become stressed or feel that life is generally getting on top of them. Whereas family and friends can be great at lending a listening ear, relationship counselling offers a non-judgement and more professional approach. Someone whom you know will hold whatever you say, with the utmost confidentiality.
Often, we may not even be aware of our own thoughts, let alone feel able to discuss them with a close friend or family member. This is where counselling is often able to offer you something different. Our experienced and fully qualified counsellors are able to discuss a wide range of relationship issues.
Sometimes individual relationship counselling can happen as a stand-alone process. Whereas sometimes it can be an important part of the process that takes place either before or during couple’s work. Whatever your need, we have experienced and fully qualified counsellors available.
Some subjects that may come up include:
- Sex addiction.
- Pornography addiction.
- Love addiction.
- Co-dependency issues.
- Life Issues
- Anxiety and worry
- Career issues
- Domestic Violence and Abuse
- Jealousy and trust issues
- Intimacy issues
- Addiction issues such as alcohol or drug dependency
- Sexual dysfunction
- Sexual identity issues
- Self esteem
- Loss of direction in life
- Family issues
- Financial Issues
- Issues with children or stepchildren
This is just a small part of a much larger list of things that can be discussed within relationship work. It is important to recognise that we are all individual and will therefore all have different needs.
We are entirely able to work with all types of sexual diversities, including Heterosexual, Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender and other sexual diversity couples and individuals.
Hope Therapy offers both one to one, family and couples therapy depending upon your needs.
To view the varied types of counselling & therapy that we are able to offer.
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