Relationship, Marriage and Couples Counselling--Oxford--Banbury
All couples/relationships go through difficult times - it's how you handle those times that makes the difference between staying together and splitting up.
If you're experiencing any of the following in your marriage or relationship, now is the time to consider counselling.
* When you talk to your partner, it feels as though you're hitting a brick wall.
* Your conversations just go round and round in never ending circles.
* After you've talked, you feel frustrated and confused.
* You can't talk for more than a few minutes without it turning into a shouting match.
* You're afraid that if you bring up a certain subject, things will get even worse.
* There's nothing left to say.
Ideally, you should come to counselling together: It's hard to build a team if only half the players are there. Often, if one person makes a decision to give counselling a try, the partner will decide to go too.
If your partner flatly refuses to join you, there are lots of things counselling can help you sort out on your own. There may be changes you can make alone that will have a positive impact on your relationship.
Counsellors are bound by a strict code of confidentiality, that means that any shared secret must remain within the walls of the counselling room, except when there is a proven danger to the client or another.
My name is Maria Hutchison and I have been a relationship and couples counsellor in Chipping Norton for the past ten years. I am committed to providing counselling in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.
I work with both individuals and couples on an open-ended basis or for an agreed time period.
I am experienced in helping clients who have experienced difficulties with :
Relationship and Marital Issues
Separation and Divorce
Couple Counselling is not always a long-term commitment, for some people a course of brief therapy is equally valuable.
My relationship and couples counselling practice is in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, within easy reach of Oxford, Banbury, Witney, Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold and many other surrounding villages and towns.