The first step is an initial consultation with one of our therapists. At the initial consultation, we seek to understand the issues that concern you most and couple psychotherapy may be the outcome of the consultation process. You can choose to attend with your partner or alone. At this session you’ll have the chance to talk through any concerns and ask any questions you might have about the process. People generally find the initial consultation very helpful. If we are able to offer you the help you need at this point in any of our specialist services, we will allocate you a regular weekly slot for therapy with a therapist matched with your needs.
Over time, you may then be able to reflect in depth on the difficulties you experience and see them from a different perspective, which will be beneficial to your relationship and make you feel less stuck.
Our methods have been developed over the last 70 years and combine clinical expertise and in depth theoretical knowledge with research and the training of therapists. A number of innovative psychotherapy approaches stemmed from this core model. These approaches help a range of relationship difficulties, psychosexual problems, parenting issues, separation and divorce and other specialised programmes. We also see clients individually.
We train the next generation of couple counsellors and psychotherapists, along with conducting research and informing policy development in this area. We are highly experienced in working with couples throughout the lifecycle and the challenges that significant life events present.
Our therapists undergo rigorous training, have a wealth of experience from a variety of settings and have substantial ongoing supervision and the support of a large institution behind them.
Why not take a look at both stories of past clients and published evidence that couple and individual counselling and psychotherapy works.
The easiest way to book an appointment is online.
If you have any questions that you’d like to ask before going ahead with a counselling session, why not give us a call on 020 7380 1960, or alternatively get in touch with us using the form below.
You can also check out our frequently asked questions, which cover most of the common things we’re asked.