Couple Therapy

Marriage Counselling, also called ‘couples therapy’ is a way to help couples – married or not – improve their relationship and resolve conflicts.  Most couples seek couple therapy to improve communication. A trained couple therapist can help couples sort through important issues, discover alternative solutions and achieve the couple, lifestyle and family goals couples desire.” My approach has always been to coach and guide couples through talking to ‘each other’ instead of just ‘to the therapist’. I believe the real INTERFACE of change is Face-2-Face. ” (John H)

Meeting with a couple therapist can help couples:

  • Improve communication skills
  • Improve goal setting and financial planning
  • Increase problem solving and negotiation skills
  • Increase intimacy and connection
  • Reduce conflict patterns and tension in the relationship

Couple Therapy can help couples in all types of intimate relationships – heterosexual, homosexual, married or not. Pre-marriage counselling is suited for couples before or at the pre-engagement stage, and has been shown to increase chances of success in many marriages. Couple Counselling is ideally suited to help couples achieve a deeper understanding of each other, their family influence, and iron out the differences.

You can use Couples Counselling or Couple Therapy for:

Communication issues                      Sexual difficulties
Financial Problems                             Anger
Affairs                                                     Improving Parenting Function
Separation/Divorce                            In-Law issues

Couple & Marriage Counselling helps you find solutions to re-kindle the spark and emotional bond needed between you. Are you ready to re-build your relationship by adding communication and affection skills to find that deeper connection and partnership? In addition to CBT, EFT Couple Therapy, John is also trained and certified PACT© therapist (Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy).

Marriage Counselling is not recommended in cases of domestic abuse. If violence escalates to the level that you’re afraid, contact the police or a local shelter for crisis centre emergency support.  If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call COAST (Halton 1-877-825-9011). If you are suicidal, please read this first, and contact your medical professional.

Couple-Mississauga: “It’s like John ‘got us’.  He really made us feel comfortable despite our own tension.  My husband was amazed at how John used humour in insightful ways.  John was our 3rd counselor and last hope.  We were amazed at how quickly he understood our problems and gave us practical tips. He saved our marriage! it was a lot of work but enjoyable too.”

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