Couple’s Counselling

When To See A Couple’s Counsellor

When To See A Couple’s Counsellor

You are hanging out at the bar after a long day of work. You look around and a beautiful woman catches your eye. Your heart starts racing, your palms get sweaty, and you feel butterflies in your stomach. It is almost as if time stood still, and every single fiber in your body is telling you that she is the ONE. You finally work up the courage to walk up to her and start a conversation. Fast forward a few years, you get married and live happily for the rest of your lives…

Nice,

Read more When To See A Couple’s Counsellor

Scissors cutting up a Marriage Certificate and a rose

Can an Affair be Helpful to a Marriage?

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I have seen many couples who seek marriage counselling or couples counselling after an affair has been discovered, disclosed or uncovered. The time immediately following the discovery is often the most painful time.

The betrayed partner is trying to digest the information, make sense of it and figure out what to do. The betrayer is back pedaling, apologizing and trying to explain. He or she may or may not be relieved the information has come to light.

Read more Can an Affair be Helpful to a Marriage?

two pairs of feet sticking out under the covers

Low Sexual Desire; A Toronto Sex Therapist talks LSD

Are we having enough sex? Is our sex life normal? Every week another concerned couple arrives at my office with concerns about their sexual relationship. They may tell me that their relationship or sex life is no longer what it used to be. Some couples may not have been sexual for months or even years.

Low Sexual desire is a very common sexual concern and the most common causes seem to be relationship problems, where one member partner does not feel emotionally intimate or close his companion.

Read more Low Sexual Desire; A Toronto Sex Therapist talks LSD

Marriage Counselling | couple walking arms around each other on a path

Learning that you cannot control or change your partner

In my opinion, Will Rogers was right when he said, “each person is about as happy as they decide they want to be.”

Couples counselling or marriage counselling can teach the concept that, you can only control yourself. Counselling, sometimes called Psychotherapy, can bring the realization that the critical words of other people can be deflected if you put the emphasis on what you can control or change in your responses to another’s words

Relationship Counselling aim to help you to let go of changing others and help focus on yourself and your own strengths.

Read more Learning that you cannot control or change your partner