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Our relationships with others are such an important part of our lives and have the potential to have a significant effect on our wellbeing.  Whether those relationships are with a current partner, previous partners, or fears about repeating history.  As such, our relationships are a regular topic in my therapy room – whether you come for counselling alone or as partners.

Relationship therapy can be a useful tool whether you’re single, for maintenance on your current relationship, if you’re struggling in your relationship or if your relationship has recently ended.  

Some examples of when counselling might help are described below, but please get in touch to explore how it might help you.

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Is this the end? Don’t know whether to mend or end your relationship?  Stuck feeling like it’s too good to leave and too bad to stay?  I love them but I am not not in love with them?  Just feeling like it’s not enough or there has to be more than this?  There are so many reasons why relationships come to an end and it can help to talk through the thoughts that are stuck in your head – to talk it through and work toward a decision.

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Negotiating the terms of relationships: Multi-partnered people may need support negotiating the terms of their relationships and managing the dynamics of having more than one partner.

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