Couple Therapy is a form of psychological therapy used to treat relationship distress for both individuals and couples. It looks to improve communication and resolve issues within an intimate relationship. The therapy provides a neutral territory to help couples work through tough issues or to put aside baggages that prevents the couple from moving on.
At ULife Psychology we believe the following principles of effective couple therapy:
- evidence-based approaches are key to effective therapy, may it be individuals or couples. This means that the therapy you are receiving was tested against alternative methods.
- by altering the way the relationship is understood, the therapists help couples start to see each other and their interactions in more adaptive ways.
- effective couples therapists attempt to change the way that the partners actually behave with each other.
- effective couple therapists help their client bring out the emotions and thoughts that they fear expressing to each other.
- effective couple therapies focus on helping the partners to communicate more effectively.
- effective couple therapists point out the strengths in the relationship and build resilience in the partners and their relationship.
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