One-on-one counselling can be very beneficial when you reach an impasse in your life. Often, you question, examine, reassess your life and what your role is. Some of this questioning and exploration often triggers powerful feelings which can bring unresolved issues to the surface. Being able to work through these issues with someone you trust is essential to finding your way to wholeness.
Individual counselling allows you to identify and understand underlying issues, how they affect who you are today and how you can use that understanding to move forward in your life.
Do you find yourself wondering what went wrong in your relationship with each other? Are wondering if it's all worth the struggle it has become? Maybe you are dealing with infidelity, or indifference. Maybe you are even questioning your own feelings in this relationship.
Perhaps you are looking for clarity as to how to make things better or be able to reconnect. Counselling can provide tools and support to help you rediscover yourself and each other.
Common areas of work in relationship counselling include communication, trust, intimacy, boundary setting and responsibility sharing.
About Online Counselling
For clients who are unable to keep regular appointment times on-line counselling can make the difference between pursuing counselling and doing without.
Working online provides clients with choice of meeting times and clients don’t need to be physically mobile or to be feeling physically 100% in the way they might if they were attending an appointment in the counsellor’s office.
Clients who travel for business or study, or who temporarily relocate to another country, can carry on their counselling without interruption. On-line counselling also eliminates the usual requirement to spend time and money travelling to the counsellor’s office.
The act of writing about one’s experiences itself can be therapeutic and some people find it easier to express lengthy or complex ideas through writing. The writing provides an opportunity to reflect on thoughts, feelings and the other person’s words.
The session is conducted by choosing a time which suits both the client and the therapist. The client and therapist then meet on-line at the specified time, just like they would if they were booking an in-office appointment.
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