• Couples Counselling Toronto

        647-290-9327    Marriages, Couples, Individuals

Couples Counselling Therapy focuses on communication, underlying conflicts and emphasizes on the growth in the relationship in order to help to rediscover happiness. Helping my clients to seek out their own individuality is the key to resolution.

If you are facing difficult moments or decisions in your relationship, I provide a sensible approach so that we can work through them together.

Whether you and your partner want to resolve conflicts, settle family issues, or are contemplating marriage and would like a perspective from someone outside of the situation, you have come to the right place.

How will therapy improve my relationship? Therapy will only work if you are willing to put effort into the process. If you feel comfortable sharing your thoughts and feelings with me and are willing to stretch beyond your emotional comfort zone, therapy will help you find or discover what you and your partner are looking to get from your relationship.

If there are serious concerns of trust or resentment within your relationship, those can certainly be worked out. Though it may be difficult to acknowledge and allow painful experiences to resurface, there is no scheduled agenda in therapy that must be followed. What's important to understand, is that therapy is a process of healing and you will not be forced to do or talk about anything that you are unwilling to.

Is it mandatory that both I and my partner attend therapy? It's not mandatory that both partners are always (or ever) present in the sessions. Providing therapy to one of two partners is not uncommon and the level of effectiveness that therapy can offer will not decrease. What generally happens is that over the course of time your partner will notice the changes within you and may be stimulated to attend themselves. However, that is their rightful decision and should not be held against their will to do so...

Located near Christie or Woodbine Subway Station

Latest Articles

Relationships: Choice or Necessity? - PART 1 Love. Philosophers and poets have been writing about love for millennia. Itís thought to be the most valuable thing in life... Read More

Relationships: Choice or Necessity? - PART 2 We are hard-wired to be social and desire companionship. Without human contact the brain can become impaired... Read More

The Balance Of Power Regardless of how patient or understanding you are, power struggles are a very real problem that can affect your relationship without you knowing it... Read More

Email Sonia

Name

Email

Phone

 
Message

SENDING...

To send an email from this website, please enable your cookies.

info@essentialpractice.ca

647-290-9327