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Personal to you

Just as everyone is individual and unique, so is each relationship. Perhaps you and your partner have been together for decades, or maybe you’re just in the early stages of your relationship. Any relationship can need outside guidance and advice at some point along the road. It might be that one of you is going through a particularly difficult period, which is affecting your relationship. Or maybe you feel that you have grown apart after many years together, and want help rekindling your love. An experienced marriage and relationship counsellor can help you navigate through any challenges that you’re facing. Find a professional counsellor who can offer the support and guidance that you need.

Family counselling

Often, difficulties in one relationship can spill over into others. It's not unusual for issues between a couple to affect the relationships with their family. It might be that you're going through a divorce or separation. Or maybe you're going through a difficult time as a family, such as in times of grief. You and your partner could be experiencing a breakdown in your relationship, which is affecting your children and loved ones. Marriage and family counselling can help you to navigate through these challenging periods. A professional relationship therapist can assist every family member in talking about and reflecting upon how they're feeling, helping everyone move towards a positive end result.

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When you’re looking to improve or rescue the relationships that mean the most to you, you’ll want to receive advice from the best. Talking to a relationship or marriage counsellor allows both parties to voice their feelings and any concerns that they have in a safe and neutral space. They will provide an outsider perspective on the problems that you’re experiencing, helping you to move forward and agree on practical solutions. Whatever your reason for seeking relationship guidance, your therapist will be able to provide you with expert advice.
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Hemingway Therapy, Relationship & Marriage Counselling

Professional, empathetic counselling services from a team of qualified, trained therapists. Hemingway Therapy provide expert counselling for couples from all walks of life, helping them to work through issues and come to practical solutions.

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How often do your clients have therapy sessions?

It depends entirely on the client and the type of therapy session that they want. For example, it’s normal to have telephone or online counselling sessions more frequently, say once a week. Whereas face-to-face counselling sessions might be less often, maybe every two weeks or once a month. If they wish, clients can use a mixture of counselling session types. This is a good way to get the benefits of each type if they cannot fit in a weekly face-to-face session. Normally, a weekly session is recommended at first. But the sessions can become less frequent as the couples work through their problems.

How many sessions are recommended?

Again, it’s different for each relationship. Some people only need a few sessions to resolve their issues. Whereas for some couples who may be married and have a family together, it could take longer. This is because there are other people to consider. Each talking point may have different implications for their family, so can take longer to work through. Normally, I'll complete six sessions with my clients before doing a review. This is when we'll discuss whether they feel the need to continue with the sessions or not.

Do both parties need to be in the session each time?

It’s not essential that both parties are present at every session. If each person has their own issues which are affecting their relationship, then individual sessions can be really useful. But for the most part, it's best if both parties attend every time, as it's the best way for them to work through their issues together. Coming to the sessions together often encourages people to listen to each other in a calm and proactive way. This can have a really positive impact on their everyday interactions with each other.

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Who needs to receive counselling?

Me

Have you had previous experience with counselling?

No

What type of session would you prefer (one-to-one, group etc.)

One-to-one

How often would you like the sessions to be?

Once a month

Would you prefer face-to-face counselling sessions or another method?

Face-to-face

Overall, how would you describe your mindset and mood?

I am generally a happy person but struggle with relationships which can often cause me to go into emotional lulls

Have you been diagnosed with any mental health conditions?

No

Who needs to receive counselling?

My husband and I

Have you had previous experience with counselling?

Yes, I have

What type of session would you prefer (one-to-one, group etc.)

Couple's session

How often would you like the sessions to be?

Once a week

Would you prefer face-to-face counselling sessions or another method?

Telephone counselling

Overall, how would you describe your mindset and mood?

My husband and I lead very busy lives, leaving us stressed and tired, which impacts our relationship

Have you been diagnosed with any mental health conditions?

I have suffered from anxiety in the past

Who needs to receive counselling?

My partner, myself and our daughter

Have you had previous experience with counselling?

Yes, my partner received postnatal counselling

What type of session would you prefer (one-to-one, group etc.)

Group therapy

How often would you like the sessions to be?

Every two weeks

Would you prefer face-to-face counselling sessions or another method?

Occasional face-to-face as well as online sessions

Overall, how would you describe your mindset and mood?

My partner suffers from depression and often struggles to be optimistic, our daughter is often moody and untalkative

Have you been diagnosed with any mental health conditions?

No, but my partner has suffered from postnatal depression

The average price of a Relationship and Marriage Counsellor is £50.00 per session

Region Great Value
(session)
Average
(session)
Premium
(session)
Nationwide
£40.00
£50.00
£60.00
East Midlands
£40.00
£45.00
£60.00
East of England
£40.00
£50.00
£65.00
London
£45.00
£55.00
£70.00
North East England
£35.00
£48.00
£55.00
North West England
£40.00
£45.00
£60.00
Scotland
£40.00
£60.00
£75.00
South East England
£40.00
£48.00
£65.00
South West England
£40.00
£45.00
£60.00
West Midlands
£40.00
£45.00
£55.00
Yorkshire and the Humber
£25.00
£45.00
£50.00

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4.96/5.00

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The average rating for Bark Relationship and Marriage Counsellors is 4.96, based on 52,915 reviews.

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