Note: We are currently discounting many of our offerings to support our community through the impacts of COVID-19. No action is needed on your part to apply the discount. Simply book an appointment and the discount will automatically be applied. Payment plan options are available. Please contact us if you have any additional questions or requests to make a package work for you.
Do we need to meet with the counsellor in-person?
No. Some people prefer to meet in-person and for those individuals we have a comfortable office in North Vancouver where you can meet with your counsellor or coach. Alternatively, counselling and coaching can be done over the telephone or through secure online video calls. Learn what to expect during a couples therapy session.
Do both partners need to be involved in the counselling sessions?
I can work with you individually or as a couple, depending on what suits your relationship best. At the end of the day, it is challenging to guide you towards a shared vision if only one partner is involved in those discussions, so both should be involved in the process. However, some couples prefer to have some sessions together, and some individually, which can absolutely be accommodated. If you are unsure what the best path forward is, please book an initial consultation session either as an individual, or as a couple, and we can develop a plan that suits your unique relationship needs.
Can counselling help rebuild trust in my relationship?
Yes, in counselling we can clarify what each person needs to build and maintain trust in the relationship and create a map of how to achieve trust for each partner.
Can counselling help us set boundaries as a couple?
Yes, in counselling the couple can learn the steps to create and maintain health boundaries that teach and actually help build trust, respect, and a closer more intimate relationship.
Can counselling help us avoid or get out of a power struggle?
Yes, counselling can help a couple avoid and if stuck in a power struggle in their relationship, get out of this and learn to move to the “Co-Creative” and “Equal Partner” stage of the relationship.