Couples/Relationship & Marriage Therapy
Is your relationship under strain? Do you keep having the same fight or do you keep triggering each other in the same way and can’t find a way around it?
Each day millions of people are met with challenges that they may silently struggle with or try to tackle on their own.
Whether you feel challenged in a relationship or by stress or anxiety, a life change, divorce, depression or low self-esteem the way you handle things is vital to best maintain your health, good relationships and the quality of your life.
Natalie offers sessions to help people across Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire & Oxfordshire in areas such as High Wycombe, Marlow, Maidenhead, Windsor, Reading, Hemel Hempstead, Oxford, Henley, Watford, Rickmansworth, Amersham & Milton Keynes
Are you and your partner constantly bickering or arguing without resolution? Perhaps you have tried to resolve it yourselves but feel like you aren’t getting anywhere?
The way you relate to yourself determines all your other relationships.
It’s true to say that our closest relationships especially romantically can provide us with the biggest triggers and push our buttons unlike anyone else.
They are where our biggest learning & growth comes from and are a fantastic opportunity to grow together if given the right tools and understanding.
How does it work?
We discuss the problem area initially and then I work with you to find the core of the problem area and release the energy around it so that it becomes less of a ‘trigger point’ for you.
After all…dissolve the energy behind the problem and…there is no problem anymore!
Relationships and well-being matter and everyone can benefit from good counselling as the quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives.
In modern life, relationships are becoming more complex than ever and how we relate with one another is also changing and how you relate to yourself impacts how you relate to your partner.
Natalie often works with individuals who attend therapy without their partner as one partner may be reluctant whilst the other would like to.