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With expert counseling and coaching: You can stop FIGHTING You can BE connected LOVERS AGAIN! BE best friends AGAIN … BE happy AGAIN! My starting point is to create a safe, neutral and peaceful place for you and your partner to express your concerns in a non-threatening, non-judgemental, warm and friendly setting, you can relax and tell me all about what’s going on for you and your partner. Every couple is unique and your guidance, education, and coaching will be tailored to your specific challenges and circumstances.
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Why the Most Experienced Marriage Counselling in Australia Is Dee Tozer
If you and your spouse are experiencing ongoing conflict and require help, you can find the most experienced marriage counselling around without even leaving your house. I offer online counselling services for couples in crisis.
The longer that you and your partner have been together, the more likely it is that you will experience disagreements, life transitions, and other stressful events that can shake things up, even if you have never had problems before. I can help you weather a wide range of situations, whether you argue constantly or hardly speak at all.
The Importance of Relationship Counselling
Marriage therapy can be a powerful way to heal, forgive, and reconnect with your spouse. Here are a few things that make it critical:
- You can deepen your connection. Marriage guidance counselling by a Couples Master Coach can help your intimacy and connection grow. It’s all too easy for work, kids, and other commitments to get in the way of meaningful communication between you and your partner. Expert counselling can help you create space for deeper emotional intimacy and awareness, which will have a positive effect on your sex life, your day-to-day connection, and your overall happiness.
- You can make a commitment to growth. When you seek expert marriage counselling, you’re investing in your relationship. Just as neglecting your finances or health can lead to debt or illness, neglecting your marriage can lead to bigger problems, such as separation or regular unhappiness. Expert counselling can help you develop the will to change and make a commitment to your partner and your marriage.
- You can identify and manage your fears. Counselling gives you the opportunity to dive down underneath the repetitive arguments and surface-level issues. These issues are typically symptoms of a larger underlying problem—and such problems are often related to fear. Your fears manifest in particular ways, and a therapist can help you get past these symptoms and finally address your unmet needs.
- You can benefit from a “personal trainer” for your marriage. Your therapist acts as a trainer, focusing all their energy on your relationship and the patterns that you want to change. They can help you to each identify your underlying issues and understand your part in the recurring problems in the relationship. They will hold you accountable for your actions and equip you with strategies for achieving lasting change.
Tips for Getting More Value out of Couple Therapy
Marriage therapy isn’t just for couples who are having problems. Improving your relationship is always a positive thing, even if the relationship is strong already. If you are experiencing a conflict, counselling is essential to helping you work through your issues to regain your connection.
Here are a few tips for getting the most out of your sessions:
- Be honest. The most important thing that you can do during couples’ counselling is to be honest–with your therapist, each other, and yourself. If you aren’t honest, then you won’t be able to uncover true issues and address them effectively. When you communicate clearly and candidly, you let your partner know what you like and don’t like and give them the opportunity to make changes.
- Disagree in a healthy way. All couples disagree at times. There will be times when you can’t see eye to eye and can’t figure out where to go from there. Sometimes, you can agree to disagree and move on; other times, you’ll have to make a joint decision. When this situation happens, it’s important to be able to discuss your thoughts and feelings in a healthy way without attacking one another or assigning blame.
- Keep an open mind. If you aren’t willing to make changes, you won’t be able to do your part in improving your relationship. Each partner must play a role and embrace the willingness to make agreed-upon changes and improvements. That way, your relationship can continue to grow and flourish–or get back to a place where it can begin to grow and flourish once again.
- Be supportive. Your spouse will encounter challenges and experiences that are vital to them and difficult to handle, just as you will. They may be feeling alone or afraid or frustrated, and you need to be their support system just as they need to be yours. Counselling can help you both learn how to be the supportive partner that the other individual needs, showing that you believe in one another and are committed to being supportive partners.
Common Mistakes People Make Regarding Marriage Counselling
If you are considering relationship counselling in Australia, you can maximise the odds that you’ll have a satisfactory and successful experience by avoiding a few common mistakes, including:
- Choosing the first therapist that you find. If you are in a difficult situation and want to make an appointment as soon as possible, you may be tempted to pick the first name that you come across. However, this is one time when you want to make your decision carefully. Instead of simply searching for “relationship counselling near me” and calling the first person that you find, do your research and find the most experienced therapist for best results.
- Assuming that your therapist will tell you that you’re right. Many individuals seek counselling out of frustration and assume that the therapist will side with them, proving to their partner that they were wrong. However, it isn’t a marriage counsellor’s job to take sides or act as a judge. They are your relationship advocate, and they will look for ways to help you find common ground to get your relationship to a healthier place.
- Thinking that just doing therapy will change your relationship. It’s true that couples’ coaching can help facilitate change, but it’s you and your partner who will have to do the work. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that after your first session, things will instantly be better. Change is a process that takes time and commitment–but it is possible and doable. Come in with an open mind and a commitment to honesty and compassion, and over time, you will see the results.
About Dee Tozer
I have 30 years of experience in counselling, with the last 12 years exclusively in couples’ psychology. I have helped thousands of couples to restore their connection and rediscover why they fell in love, and I can help you, too.
Whether you live in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, or Adelaide, your marriage can benefit from therapy sessions or a more intensive program, such as my Premium Revitalisation Program. If you are looking for “couples’ counselling near me,” I invite you to contact me today for a no-charge consultation to learn how I can help you strengthen your relationship and get back to being happy together.