Relationship, Marriage, Couple, Individuals & Psychosexual Counselling/Therapy
Close to Oxford, Banbury, Witney, Bicester, Kidlington, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, Oxfordshire.
Couple Counselling - Marriage and Relationship counselling -
-Individuals counselling - Psychosexual Therapy
Couple counselling In a quiet and confidential space in Chipping Norton close to Witney, Banbury, Oxford, Bicester, Kingham, Kidlington, Charlbury, Burford, Moreton-in-the-Marsh, Stratford-upon-Avon, Stow-on-the-Wold. Parking Available.
My name is Maria Hutchison, I am a counsellor/therapist and I have been a relationship and couples counsellor in Chipping Norton for the past fourteen 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.
Couples Counselling is not always a long-term commitment, for some people a course of brief or individual therapy is equally valuable.
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.
Typical questions my couples ask me are:
- It is possible to save a marriage that has been emotionally and sexually dead for years?
- It is possible for the love to come back?
- Is it possible to stop the rows and the power struggles?
- Is it possible to recover from an affair?
- Is it possible to communicate to your partner and be understood?
The answer to all these questions is Yes.
Ideally, you should come to couples/relationship 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 to counselling too.
If your partner flatly refuses to join you, there are lots of things couples/relationship 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.
I am an experienced counsellor in helping couples and individuals who have encountered difficulties with :
I offer Long or Short Term Counselling and also Telephone Counselling
Please contact me if you are unsure how counselling works or if you have any questions. You can do so without obligation. Contact me by email or leave a message on my voicemail and I will return your call. I aim to return calls within 24 hours (unless on annual leave). I find that it is good to have a chat on the phone before you decide if counselling is for you, it also helps me to understand what your issues are and how best to help you.
My email is:- [email protected] just 'Click here to email' (right hand side of this page)... If you would like to leave a voicemail my number is 07527 902262.
As well as private sessions I also offer Telephone counselling for anyone who has difficulty travelling to see me in person.
Telephone counselling is confidential, non-judgemental and based on trust, I will help you to speak openly about what troubles you.
How does counselling work?
First and foremost, I will give you the chance to be heard, I will give you all the time you need to talk, sob, shout or just think. It's an opportunity to look at the problem in a different way with someone who'll respect and encourage your opinions and decisions.