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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I make the most of Couples Therapy?

    While it’s normal to feel a little uncomfortable the first time you attend couples therapy, your experience overall should be a positive one. Here are a few things to keep in mind before you head into couples counselling.

    • Practicing Honesty. If you are not willing to be open and honest with your partner about issues both past and present, your therapy sessions will end in a stalemate. You cannot fix what you don’t acknowledge. A Therapist can help you open up to one another by asking the right questions.
    • Do the homework. Reflecting on what was discussed during your sessions can help both partners communicate more effectively and doing the exercises that were specifically designed for relationships – can help you discover how they can contribute to the happiness and betterment of the relationship.
  • How long does Couples Therapy Typically Last?

    Couples therapy may be be a short-term experience to resolve a specific problem but may also involve additional sessions over the course of months or years , if necessary.

  • What can I expect in Couples Therapy?

    Couples Therapy is a great way for partners to learn to better communicate, problem-solve and set individual and mutual goals for the future. During your couples therapy you will discuss your backgrounds, beliefs, and the issues you are now facing in your marriage. Read our blog post for more information.

  • What happens if I think we need Couples Therapy, but my spouse won’t come?

    If your partner is unwilling, you may decide to go to couples therapy alone. Ultimately, with the help of a professional counsellor, couple therapy can possibly save your relationship. Experts say that if one partner is ready to speak out and seek help, that relationship may be salvaged.

  • What is Couples Therapy?

    Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which a therapist with clinical experience working with couples (A Marriage and Family Therapist, or MFT) helps two people involved in a romantic relationship gain insight into their relationship, resolve conflicts and improve relationship satisfaction utilizing a variety of therapeutic interventions.