Relationship counselling

Specialty of Psychology

Relationship counselling is a type of psychotherapy practice designed to analyse and manage conflicts arising within a relationship. Depending on the type of problems suffered by a couple, the therapist adapts the treatment and the number and frequency of sessions to find the best solution to the problems of the relationship. The main objectives of relationship counselling are to recognise the problems, understand how they manifest, to rebuild the partnership for the renewal of the relationship, to change attitudes, and renewed and healthy communication. Besides this, relationship counselling is not only in charge of resolving conflicts for members to enjoy a stable and satisfactory relationship, but also deals with diagnosis and the treatment of cases in which the best solution is separation, accompanying the people affected in this process and directing them to be as smooth as possible.

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