and Relationship Counselling
Counselling or Psychotherapy)
Relationships are hard work, and like cars, they require regular maintenance to keep them running well. Sometimes troublesome differences, communication problems, issues around sex/intimacy, or infidelity can lay stress upon the relationship and come in the way of its smooth functioning. The relationship involved may be between family members or a couple, employees or employers in a workplace, or between a professional and a client. It is best to have any breakdown repaired promptly to avoid further complications down the road. In relationship counselling, an effort is made to recognise, and harmonise the situation to manage it better. Psychotherapy can help individuals start hearing one another again, listen and support each other, and improve their way of relating. On the other hand, counselling can also be beneficial if individuals or couples are going through a divorce, and they want someone to support them through this.