At Relationary, we understand that relationships, like people, are unique and complex. We specialize in couples counseling, which is also known as relationship counseling or marriage counseling. We believe that with the right guidance, every relationship has the potential to grow and thrive, no matter what challenges you’re facing.
We’re not just any counseling service. Our expert team is trained by some of the most respected professionals in the field. We have a deep understanding of the many facets that make up a relationship, from communication to behavior, from conflict resolution to intimacy. Our practitioners use this knowledge to help couples identify patterns that may be causing problems in their relationship.
At the beginning of your journey to improve your relationship, there will be, at no extra charge, about 80+ check points on the relationships that will be facilitated by your therapist will pave the map for an effective treatment plan wit clear and achievable goals.
Why Choose Us?
At Relationary, our team of professionally trained, licensed practitioners is committed to providing compassionate, high-quality care while nurturing an environment that fosters interaction, trust, and personal growth. Our team members collaborate to help ensure that you, as a client, can achieve congruence with yourself. To attain this harmony, it is essential for you to effectively balance your relationships with yourself, others, and your surrounding environment in a healthy manner. Established in 2015, our practice initially focused on familial relationships. Since then, we have expanded to include over 10 practitioners with diverse backgrounds and expertise. Our areas of specialization encompass, but are not limited to: marriage and family therapy, self-care, trauma, depression, stress, anxiety, and other mental and behavioral conditions.
Moreover, our team of clinical psychologists can help with diagnosing and devising strategic approaches to support individuals coping with neurodevelopmental conditions, such as autism spectrum disorder, bipolar disorder, ADHD, ADD, and specific learning difficulties (including dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia), as well as communication difficulties.
At our practice, we provide our clients with an extensive array of evidence-based services, including psychological counseling, art and child psychotherapy, mindfulness-based therapies, and coaching and mentoring support
At Relationary, we hold our clients’ privacy and confidentiality in the highest regard, treating it as our foremost priority. Our aim is to establish and sustain a secure environment that fosters comfort and preserves confidentiality for our clients.
Regardless of whether you’re experiencing a challenging situation or simply in need of a compassionate listener, rest assured that we are here to support you.
Introduction to Our Couple Counselling
Our couples counseling is a confidential process, which means that what is discussed in therapy stays between the couples and their practitioner. This allows couples to be open and honest with their practitioner without worrying about their privacy being compromised. Relationary applies the highest standards of client confidentiality,
The duration of couples counseling varies depending on the specific needs and goals of the couples. Some couples may only need a few sessions to address a specific issue, while others may need ongoing counseling to work through more complex issues and concerns. It is important to note that Relationary offers discounts for committed couples.
There are many different techniques and approaches used in couples counseling, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotionally-focused therapy, and the Gottman method. Based on the discussion the practitioner will have with the couple, it would be determined on the approach that would best fits the needs of the couples.
Couples assessments have a pivotal role in the realm of couple therapy, serving as a compass that guides therapists and couples toward healthier relationships. Unlike other therapy centers, we offer more than 80 checkpoints to assess the health of the relationship, paving the way to rekindle the love between the couple.
Through the consultation with our expert practitioners, you’ll gain insight into your relationship’s strengths and challenges, and uncover the steps you can take to achieve the relationship outcomes you desire.
Start your journey now so we can equip you with effective coping strategies and communication techniques to transform those problematic patterns into healthy ones.
Whether you’re looking to heal wounds, bridge gaps, or simply amplify the love and understanding in your relationship, we’re here to guide and support you on your journey.
We’re committed to helping you make your relationship the best it can be. Because, after all, isn’t that what we all want?
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
This is a widely-used therapeutic approach that can be very effective in couples counseling. The focus of CBT is on identifying and changing negative thoughts and behavior patterns that contribute to relationship problems. For example, a therapist might help a couple recognize harmful communication patterns and replace them with more positive and effective ones.
Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT)
This approach focuses on the emotional connection between partners and aims to strengthen or rebuild this connection. An EFT therapist will help couples identify and express their emotional needs and respond to each other’s needs in a supportive, compassionate manner. EFT can be particularly helpful for couples dealing with emotional distance or a lack of intimacy.
The Gottman Method
Developed by Drs. John and Julie Gottman, this method is based on extensive research into what makes relationships successful. It focuses on improving a couple’s friendship and intimacy, managing conflict effectively, and fostering shared meaning in the relationship. A therapist using the Gottman method might teach the couple specific skills, such as “soft startup” (starting discussions in a gentle, non-accusatory way) and “repair and de-escalation” (calming down during conflict).