Relationships can be difficult to navigate, both between partners and families. People decide to attend counselling for a variety of reasons, none of which are necessarily ‘right’ or ‘wrong’. Therapy is not about attributing blame, but rather, establishing individual and communal responsibilities in relationships.Counselling can help a couples and families to:
- understand their relationships
- rediscover why they were attracted in the first place
- discover what they want, need and expect from each other
- understand their contributions to the current state of their relationship
- discuss what they feel about each other now; or
- decide what they are willing to do to make this relationship work.
- how relationships change
- how to endure and manage grief
- the real value of anger
- what acceptance is and what it enables us to attain it
- discovering a pathway for the separation
- learning to be "single"
- becoming able to face the prospect of a new and sustaining relationship.