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Couples Therapy

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Couples counselling / relationship therapy is a broad discipline with a variety of styles. The work focuses on the dynamic between people, offering benefit to both parties jointly and individually.

Who might benefit?

Any two people can benefit from the work; it is not only for those in a traditional relationship. Friends, colleagues, siblings, parents or grandparents and children. Benefits from this work may not only be felt between the couple, but individually with each member and more widely around them, be that family, friends or work colleagues.

Often couples wait for a crisis to engage with this work, however it can be better to think ahead when conflicts or difficulties emerge.

Between couples in an intimate relationship some couples therapists work directly, although subtly, with psychosexual problems, addressing issues such as sexual dysfunction, loss of desire, internet porn and external relationships.

Also couples therapy may not only mean a couple in a relationship. Partnerships or work colleagues can often benefit from the dialogue offered with this form of therapy.

Find out more about how we work

Our couples therapists

Directors

MA, UKCP
Psychotherapist & Clinical Director

Therapists

UKCP, CP-UK
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist
MBACP
Counsellor & Psychotherapist, Psychoanalyst
BA, UKCP
Psychotherapist
College of Psychoanalysis, BA(Hons), PhD
Psychotherapist
UKCP, NCPS
Psychotherapist
BA (Oxon) MA, PhD, UKCP, CP-UK
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist
MA, MUPCA, UPCA
Psychotherapist & Group Analyst
MBACP (Accred)
Counsellor & Psychotherapist
UKCP, BACP
Psychotherapist

Associated practitioners

UKCP
Psychotherapist
UKCP
Counsellor & Psychotherapist
UKCP, BAAT
Attachment-based Couples & Individual Psychotherapist
BSCPC, BPC
Couples Psychotherapist