Helping People Resolve their Relationship Problems
If you are struggling with difficulties in your relationship, I understand how difficult that can be.
You might feel hurt and betrayed.
Or you might find you're struggling with communication problems, arguing all the time, or stuck with seemingly irreconcilable differences and gridlock.
Or you might feel all the passion and fun has gone out of your relationship and you want to turn back the clock to how it was.
In our society, we imagine relationships should proceed effortlessly, without trouble, but what you are experiencing is normal. Reaching out to me and working together means you have a place to get help with your concerns.
As someone who is struggling with relationship problems you may be feeling:
Even if you are feeling overwhelmed with problems like these, Relationship Counselling Peterborough can help.
I'm Matthew Mcginty and I'm a Counsellor who is uniquely qualified to help you overcome your relationship difficulties. I've had a lot of varied experiences in life and have benefited immensely from the tools and techniques that I now teach.
My relationships weren't always plain sailing, in fact I often inadvertently hurt those I loved. I always thought there was something wrong with me, as it never seemed as easy as I was told it should be.
I understand what you may be going through and how confusing it can feel, that’s why I offer a place where you can talk freely and be heard, and where we'll actively work on the relationship techniques that will work for you.
Counselling for Relationship Problems can provide the support you need to work toward a better life for you and your partner. Even if you’re feeling lost now, I can help guide you in making lasting, positive changes in your marriage.
Relationship Counselling Cambridge can help you:
It’s not easy managing your tough situation but the good news is that it's possible to feel better. I have the experience to help you.
If you are challenged by relationship difficulties and want to return your relationship back to what it once was, schedule your first session today. You may call me at 01733 639 040, email me at email@example.com, or use my online booking calendar to select a time suitable for you. I'm here for you.
Therapy is a place where you can relax and be yourself. Many couples who are experiencing friction in their relationship feel grateful to have a safe space where they can talk.
Your therapist should be a good listener, should always be empathetic and may from time to time offer suggestions for you to consider.
Many couples feel greatly received that they don’t have to carry their relationship burdens alone and are grateful for the insight and experience that counsellors can share.
Marriage and relationship counselling can help in a number of ways and what is required is different from couple to couple.
Some couples are just after a few pointers and a bit of advice. Others want help to get over their stuck points. Others feel their marriage is in bad shape or has hit a sudden crisis that has left them afraid and unsure of what to do.
A counsellor can provide you with an opportunity to discuss and negotiate your differences. A good counsellor should be able to draw on their experience as well as the literature about what does and does not work in a relationship or marriage.
A good counsellor should only offer suggestions for discussions rather than advice.
I charge £40 for a 50 minutes session. I prefer 24 hours cancellation notice.
My approach draws on the work of different experts. Alain de Botton at the School of Life has written a lot about the historical effects of Romanticism. This is period of world history that still affects our view of relationships today.
There is also research supporting a Cognitive Behaviour Approach to relationships. This looks at the thoughts and style of communication we have. Finally, there is the work of John Gottman. John spent 30 years or more studying couples and can now predict after 30 seconds with 90% accuracy whether a couple will break apart within 6 months. His work is informative. At a minimum, it helps couples understand the principles behind what makes a marriage and relationship work.
Counsellors undertake many years of training and practice placements that allow them to hone their listening, caring and understanding skills as well as their theoretical understanding of human life.
Many counsellors have struggled with their own problems, have learnt to overcome them and now want to give back.
Work with someone who is trained and experienced in the common problems of human living and chose this work because they care.
Gain Knowledge about yourself that it can be hard to find out alone. Talk with another person in an open and honest manner.
Understand your problems and their causes. Learn how to change and overcome them.
Learn some of the latest knowledge about what contributes and shapes human well-being.
If I can't take your call, I'll call you right back.