After many years of experience working with solos and couples concerning their relationship issues, it has become clear to me that taking action and seeking support early on, when there are challenges, can help to re-set and make adjustments, before chronic resentment, disappointment and negative feelings and behaviours become an established norm. 
Seeking support in a state of crisis can mean that the therapeutic process is more challenging, over-whelming and emotionally charged, possibly taking longer for clients to work through the immediate and past issues. 
Servicing your relationship can bring many rewards.   Just like we take time to focus on our our bodies (using sports, physical and creative activities), why do we not do the same for our mental and emotional well being? 

Prevention vs. Cure – a “Relationship Health Check”

By “checking in” for a “Service”, we can help to find ways to regulate and maintain our relationships.  In essence, a “health check” for relationships.  A set of sessions could get us back on track and on a shared route as our partnership moves ahead into the future. 

How can this be done?

I am happy to contract a set of sessions – lasting 4 or 6 consecutive weeks to support you focusing on any specific ongoing/regular issues in your relationship.  We can discuss an outline of your requirements. 

  • By seeking support at intervals within our relationship lifespan perhaps annually or bi-annually.
  • Being open to a brief programme of therapy sessions to focus on specific issues.
  • Having an idea of the issues which might be causing/triggering difficulties (and noting down the feelings and patterns of behaviour, especially if they are repetitive).
  • Committing to a scheduled time in your diary to sit together and fully focus on yourselves in the context of your relationship.


Finding time and space to …..


Can be beneficial and re-set your relationship patterns going forward. For more information please message me.

Pro-action can provide control and awareness.

Re-action can evoke defensiveness and denial.