Made You Mad!

After a tiring day of work, you find yourself hesitating to open the car door. You stare at your front door, frozen, and think, ‘What happened?’ What happened to the joy we felt when we found this house that was going to be our home? We were so excited! And now you allow yourself to acknowledge, perhaps for the first time, that you have no want or desire to walk through that door. What happened?

We Offer Effective Couple Counselling

At Bayridge Counselling Centres, we understand that every relationship faces challenges, and sometimes couples need professional support to navigate through difficult times. That’s why we offer effective couple counselling services to provide guidance, tools, and strategies for building healthy and fulfilling relationships.

Our team of experienced therapists/counsellors are dedicated to helping couples improve communication, resolve conflicts, and enhance intimacy. We create a safe and non-judgmental space where both partners can express their feelings and concerns openly.

During the counselling process, we work collaboratively with couples to identify the underlying issues contributing to their difficulties. Our counsellors are trained in evidence-based approaches that have been proven effective in addressing relationship problems.

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Some common areas we can help with include:

  • Communication problems
  • Trust issues
  • Conflict resolution
  • Intimacy and sexual concerns
  • Infidelity and trust rebuilding
  • Parenting challenges
  • Pre-marital counselling
  • Adjusting to life changes or transitions
  • Family of origin traps

We believe that every couple has the potential to build a strong and harmonious relationship. Our goal is to empower couples with the skills and knowledge they need to overcome obstacles and create a fulfilling partnership.

If you and your partner are struggling with relationship issues, we encourage you to reach out and schedule an appointment with one of our skilled couple Therapists/counsellors. Taking the step to seek professional help can be a transformative experience and the first step towards a healthier and happier relationship.

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When Is It Time To Seek Couples Counselling?

Below are some signs you should take action!

  • Bickering: If your relationship is characterized by constant bickering and arguing over small and insignificant things, it may be a sign that there are deeper issues at play. Seeking couple counselling can provide a safe space for you both to express your concerns and work towards finding solutions.
  • Eggshells: If you feel like you’re constantly treading on eggshells, afraid of upsetting your partner, it may be time to consider couple’s counselling. This constant fear and tension can lead to a toxic and unhealthy relationship, not to mention personal health issues.
  • Blame and criticism: When blame and criticism become a regular part of your communication with your partner, it indicates a breakdown in the relationship. Couple counselling can help you both address these negative patterns and learn healthier ways to communicate and resolve conflicts.
  • Cycles of conflict: If you find yourselves stuck in repetitive cycles of conflict, where the same arguments and issues keep resurfacing without resolution, couple counselling can help break this pattern. A therapist can assist you in understanding the underlying reasons behind these conflicts and guide you towards more productive ways of resolving them.

Remember, seeking couple counselling is not a sign of weakness but a proactive step towards improving your relationship.

Does Insurance Cover Couples Counselling?

Most extended health insurance plans cover couples counselling, which can make it an affordable option for couples seeking help with their relationship.

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Outstanding
Therapists & Mental
Health Specialists

Experience Matters:

  • We’ve supported 35,000+ individuals
  • Completed over 300,000 sessions to date.
  • Country-wide network of therapists
  • It takes happy people to have a happy marriage and family.

Marriage and
Partnership

Mark Laing, a counsellor at Bayridge Counselling Centre discusses Marriage and Partnership.

“You don’t try marriage, marriage tries you. There’s a learning curve involved now and a therapist can be so helpful for any client as they engage in a marriage and learn to be a partner.”