Couple’s Counselling

Need support with your most important relationship? We know marriage takes hard work. Whether you’re at the end of your rope with your spouse or significant other, OR just starting out and in need of wise counsel, we want to help you succeed with the person you’ve chosen to do life with!

What to Expect

Scheduling a couples counselling sessions is easy! With no waitlist, you’ll be able to book your first appointment within 72 hours of contacting us. Choose a therapist based on their areas of expertise or schedule with the first available therapist. 

Once you’ve selected your session date and time using our easy, online calendar system, we’ll send you a virtual link to join your appointment. (In-person sessions are available throughout parts of Canada upon request.)

Upon joining your first session, we’ll take the time to learn about you and your significant other. You’ll have the opportunity to tell us where you want your relationship to go – or ask for help to identify relationship goals. Throughout your couple’s session, we’ll offer the support you need to make your most important relationship the BEST it can be!

Common Issues We Address in Couple’s Sessions:

  • Problems communicating with a partner
  • Disagreements about how to manage finances
  • A lack of emotional and/or sexual intimacy
  • Different and unfulfilled expectations
  • Disputes about how to divide household responsibilities
  • Dealing with intrusive in-laws, ex’s and relatives
  • Disagreements about how to parent children
  • Blending families after re-marriage
  • Infidelity
  • Religious and cultural differences
  • Dealing with a controlling or jealous partner
  • Physical abuse & anger management
  • Fear of abandonment

New Skills Developed in Couple’s Counselling:

  • New effective means of communication which will serve to not only help you listen to your partner, but also to process what your partner is saying.
  • Healthier, effective means to resolve conflict.
  • Appropriate ways to express, disclose and resolve painful emotions
  • Ability to state your needs clearly and openly with your partner
  • Ability to work through unresolved issues
  • Disputes about how to divide household responsibilities
  • Effective ways to negotiate for change within your relationship