Relationship & Marriage Counselling in Winnipegadmin2017-01-25T21:30:51+00:00
Relationships are an important part of a healthy life, but that doesn’t mean that it’s always simple to create and maintain them. Relationships can go wrong, and when they do, the consequences for both partners can be painful and long-lasting. Instead of allowing a bad situation to get worse, choose to get help, today. As your relationship therapist in Winnipeg, I will I help you find healthy solution that makes you feel closer.
Do You Need Relationship or Couples Counselling?
Unhealthy relationships can have a tremendous effect on your health and life enjoyment. Few problems in your lives have the power to create stress and injure self-confidence like a relationship that is not working. Close relationships are important to our sense wellbeing and connection , so when,there is conflict and bad feelings, you feeling uncared for and alone. This can lead to depression and many other serious problems.
Signs that there are problems in your relationships:
Increased friction or fighting
Spending Less time together
There’s little or not intimacy
Focus more on work or kids than the relationship
Thinking about cheating or threats of cheating
These are all problems that can end a relationship, but it’s not too late.I offer marriage counselling in Winnipeg and general relationship counselling to strengthen your relationship.
A Relationship Therapist in Winnipeg Can Help
You learn how to solve problems in a productive way and how to form a healthy relationship. If there are problems in your current relationship, you and your partner learn skills and techniques to address the specific issues in your relationship. Through psychotherapy, I can address the root causes of the friction in the relationship, creating a stronger, more fulfilling relationship for both of you.
When possible, I like to work with both partners in couples counselling, so that I can address the issues that both partners are having. That’s not always possible, though. It’s not rare for only one partner to begin treatment before the other is ready, or for one partner to resolve their issues in therapy and bring those ideas and strategies back to the other partner.