Feel like your relationship is coming to a strain?
Have you considered attending counselling for couples session in Ireland? Here at Counselling For Couples, we aim to assist couples to realise having a strong relationship is key, where we will help identify the highlights and the downfall of their own relationship. We highly recommend visiting our reviews page to read what our previous clients have said about our services, or get in touch to find out more. Our services are for marriage counselling, couples counselling and relationship therapy. When you attend a session for counselling for couples in Ireland, the first priority is to establish the main causes for your needing to attend. Some of the most common issues include lack of commitment, infidelity, feeling stressed and anxious, lack of communication or time, no fun or enjoyment in the relationship and the loss of feeling respect or love. Once we have recognised the cause, we will then look at the possible recommendations that can be carried out in order to save the relationship or find a peaceful resolution between the parties involved.
Here at Counselling For Couples, we recognise that you are currently going through difficult circumstances, which is why we aim to make all of our sessions as comfortable as possible. We offer a safe and secure environment with no judgement from any parties involved, making sure that you are always open and willing to participate. An initial consultancy to explore your problems can be a good start and we can design tailored plans that will enable us to identify and achieve further progress.
Who runs our sessions?
Here at Counselling For Couples, all of our counselling for couples therapy sessions are carried out by our lead counsellor, Brian Griffin. During Brian’s 20 years of working within Therapy, he has worked with individuals, couples and groups, where he has assisted with helping many clients regain trust and strength within a relationship. Brian is also an accredited member of the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, for which he has demonstrated his ability to carry out first-class counselling sessions.
If you have any questions that you would like to ask prior to arranging a session, feel free to call Brian on 086 3751327, where he will be more than happy to help. Alternatively, you could also email Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact page on this website, where you should receive a reply within a single working day.