When one or both members of a couple is facing death, dying or bereavement, it can create all sorts of changes to the relationship. Coming for counselling together can help to make sense of these, and to find ways to cope and to strengthen your relationship.
We know that couples can draw enormous support from one another at difficult times, but it can be a huge challenge to know how to do this. Illness may require different ways of being with one another, and the roles you have become accustomed to taking in the relationship can change.
Regular weekly therapy helps to understand what is happening, and to make changes that can help. To find out more and decide whether this is appropriate for you, please contact us.
**In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and in line with social distancing measures, please be aware that we are now offering sessions over the phone or via Zoom**