Marital Therapy

By: Christine Brett Vickers Counselling and Psychotherapy  26-Jun-2013
Keywords: Counselling Service, Marriage Counselling, Depression Therapy

Couple counselling and therapy provides a neutral space for couples to work out the issues and blocks in their relationships... If you are experiencing any of these issues: diverging and separate issues - a sense of growing apart an affair, or disclosure of an affair work stress beginning to affect the relationship tensions after the birth of a child increased arguing or bickering loss of sexuality in the relationship then it could be useful to consult a couple therapist. Christine has long experience working with couples and in the early 2000s devised and ran a couple therapy training program offered as part of a clinical masters program in the School of Social Work at the University of Melbourne. She has also supervised clinicians and students of couple therapy.

Keywords: Counselling Service, Depression Therapy, Family Counselling, Group Therapy, Marriage Counselling, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

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