It takes real courage to seek help and begin to repair a relationship crisis but working with couples over the years I have helped many people overcome negative relationship patterns.

I want to offer the hope that with work, relationships not only may survive but also go on to a deeper level of intimacy and connection that would never have been possible had it not been for the crisis in the relationship. In therapy we identify what helps and what hurts so as to prevent further harm.

Sometimes relationships have to end and this is often a deeply painful experience. Therapy offers a place to address this change and find creativity, hope and healing in the process.

I also warn people that to recover a relationship requires time and effort. In the beginning it is very difficult and more about containing the hurt and damage to the relationship. Later it is about resourcing and strengthening the relationship in order to provide a sanctuary that offers maximum security to all and helps create ways of recognising when things are starting to get out of balance, and how to restore that balance. This is something we will spend some time working through in the therapy for each couple; it is a unique process and requires a special equation to match each couple's needs.

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