Couple counselling facilitates couples and individuals to discover, look at their issues and work to resolve them in the course of their relationship. The therapist is qualified to work with clients on a broad range of matters in a relationship like communication, sexual issues, infidelity, intimacy, domestic violence, family problems and finances among many others.
Couples seek to counsel due to varied reasons. Though it’s not recommended to see a professional right away after realising there is a problem, studies reveal that partners go to therapy after the problem persists for six years on average. With more time passing, it becomes harder to repair a relationship. In some cases, a couple may decide to separate and pursue therapy so as to end the relationship peacefully.
Couples having a future in their relationship can also go to therapy to explore the likelihoods of arising conflicts that may cause difficulty in the continuity of a relationship. During premarital counselling sessions, couples can differ in opinion, present they value, and general expectations in a marriage. Couples get an insight of more issues than they initially thought, and they are in a position to be truly compatible before marriage life commences.
Though an effective therapy tries to address many issues in a relationship, communication remains the major focus of the therapy session. When partners try to avoid couple conflicting each other or engage in heated arguments, it emanates from poor communication and repairs are never attended. Lack of repairing a damage often leads to unhappiness and separation. The counsellor knows the first step towards improvement is to teach on regulating emotions, staying calm and using bearable communication skills in a bid to resolve problems.
For therapy to be successful, it requires the right minds to dedicate and self-motivate themselves through the process and find new solutions on how to support each other.
Alaimh counselling provides marriage counselling in Kerry to help on some of the common relationship problems that troubled marriages. If you are in Kerry and the neighbouring areas, and you have a marriage that needs guidance and problem-solving help, feel free to call us on 087 1656050, and we will arrange a sitting for you with our counsellor.
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