Couple Counselling

Couple counseling, also known as marriage counseling, is a form of therapy that helps couples who are experiencing difficulties in their relationship. The causes of relationship problems can vary widely, including communication issues, infidelity, financial problems, or differences in parenting styles.

During couple counseling, a therapist will work with both partners to identify the underlying issues in the relationship and help them develop strategies to improve their communication, rebuild trust, and address any negative patterns of behavior.

Therapies that may be used in couple counseling include cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and the Gottman method. Emerging therapies include mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and online counseling. Self-help strategies such as reading self-help books, attending workshops or seminars, and practicing active listening may also be helpful in improving relationships.

The causes of depression and stress can vary from person to person. Depression can be caused by biological factors such as genetics, chemical imbalances in the brain, or hormonal changes. It can also be caused by environmental factors such as stressful life events, trauma, or chronic illness. Stress can be caused by a variety of factors including work-related stress, financial stress, relationship problems, or health issues. Understanding the specific causes of depression and stress can help individuals and healthcare professionals develop effective treatment plans.