Marriage Counselling

When you participate in marriage counselling you have an opportunity to get to know your spouse again. Couples who have been together a while have a tendency to talk superficially or about things and issues other than themselves.

Partners often quit talking about the things they think and feel.

Couples counselling can guide you through your unresolved issues, including the emotional baggage from your family of origin that may be re-created and played out in your current relationship. You have an opportunity to identify how your prior experiences “colour” how you experience your life now, and can learn how to neutralize the negative impact of your histories.

What are typical reasons for considering couple / marriage counselling?

The most common reasons for couples to seek counselling are financial disagreements or conflict with in-laws. Often couples find blended families to be very challenging to their relationships as well.Premarital guidance is an excellent reason to consider marriage counselling. This is an ideal opportunity to clarify each one’s expectations of marriage.

What are typical reasons for considering couple / marriage counselling?

The most common reasons for couples to seek counselling are financial disagreements or conflict with in-laws. Often couples find blended families to be very challenging to their relationships as well.Premarital guidance is an excellent reason to consider marriage counselling. This is an ideal opportunity to clarify each one’s expectations of marriage.

What if my partner refuses to go to counselling with me?

Preferably, a couple agrees to go together for counselling, but often significant progress can be made when only one of the couple comes. The partner who comes to counselling often learns effective ways he / she can change his / her own thoughts and behaviors that are contributing to the problem in the relationship.

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Our counsellors

We are specialists in the area of couples /marriage counselling and posses over a decade of experience helping couples become more connected, closer and better able to handle disagreements, anger and conflict.

Rimi Chaggar

MSW, Registered Counsellor 

Heidi Payne

MSW, RSW, Registered Social Worker

Ian Andrew Wine

MSW, Youth Counsellor

Domine Rutayisire

MSW, Registered Counsellor

Mark Grinnel

MSW, Registered Social Worker

Dalia Wallang

MSW, Registered Psychotherapist 

John Quaye

MSW, Registered Social Worker

Ruth Simmonds

MSW, Registered Social Worker

What if I have fallen out of love with my partner?

Falling in love is often the term used to describe the feelings one has for the strong attraction one has for another. It is, however, only one aspect of love. There is typically a sense of being “swept off one’s feet” and of having no choice about these powerful feelings. Mature love, however, is more than a feeling. In fact, it is a conscious choice or decision that is manifested in action.Loving is a learned behavior. We learn to love primarily from our parents and other significant people in our lives. Sometimes our partner has learned to express love in a way that is well intended but does not meet our particular love needs. Counselling can help clarify each other’s “love language” and restore love feelings.

Contact Us

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or interested in booking a session.

Locations:

Brampton, Mississauga, Niagara Falls & Orangeville

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We are a full service counselling centre dedicated to helping you achieve and maintain a state of wellness for yourself and your family.
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