Relationship Therapy and Marriage Counselling.

Relationship counselling is also referred to as marriage therapy or couples remedy and maybe the answer if your relationship is coming apart or at a place where good communication is difficult. Our relationship counsellors at Lifeward can help married couples, unmarried couples, partners and individuals who want relationship therapy or counselling.


Relationship therapy or couples counselling can help save even the most troubled relationships.

The thought of going to counselling together can be a pretty daunting scenario for individuals, and education on what will happen and managing reasonable expectations can help you mend and restore your relationship. Let's first identify some of the significant issues and concerns that couples or partners have in their relationships:

  • Depression
  • Money issues
  • Sexual issues
  • Resentment
  • Loss of job
  • Physical abuse
  • Anger
  • Disagreements on raising children
  • Violence in the home
  • Frustration
  • Disrespectful teenagers
  • Anxiety

Even though this list of possible relationship troubles is long, it by no means covers all of the potential difficulties couples have to deal with, but be sure in knowing there are answers and techniques to get your relationship back and on track.

Is relationship counselling right for you?

Does it seem like you have the same arguments or conversations over and over again? Does it seem like your spouse or partner never listens? Are you two going through notable life transitions or changes, like having a baby, job loss, divorce, teenage trouble or are you dealing with significant issues like substance abuse or even violence in the relationship?

Relationships, whether between married couples, partners or non-married couples, all have their challenges. Do you think you've reached the end of the road, and it's time to make some significant changes? We want you to know that relationship therapy, marriage counselling or couples therapy has helped even the most troubled relationships.

If your relationship makes you or your partner stressed and pain daily, it may be a hint that you could benefit from relationship therapy or counselling. The fact that you are on this website is probably a good indication that your relationship is at a critical stage. It takes quite a few issues and repeating problems before someone starts looking for or considering outside help in most circumstances. All relationships are complex and involve two people. "It takes two to Tango!" as the saying goes. However, it is critical to realise that the only person you can truly change is yourself. The first step to healing your marriage or partnership starts with yourself.