Relationship counselling helps you to make the most of your relationships, past, present or future. Relate can help you even if you are not currently in a relationship.
Many people believe that Relate is only here to help with the major crises in people’s relationships. We are the first source of help when people face divorce or separation; affairs or major conflict. But we are also here for the worries that might seem trivial or minor. Even if things are going well for you, we can help keep things that way. We can help you to find the support that is best for you and at a time to fit in with your life.
Our professionally trained counsellors will support you in a non-judgemental way. Our counsellors will always give you the respect you deserve.
At Relate, we have experience in counselling people from different backgrounds, including LGBTQ+ individuals and couples, so you can rest assured you’ll find a counsellor to meet your needs.
Lots of people have an idea of what relationship counselling is and think that you only need counselling when things get really bad. But we’re here whenever you need us, no matter what situation you face in your relationship. Even if your problems seem trivial, we can help.
We can offer face-to-face counselling in venues across Buckinghamshire and East Berkshire. If this is not convenient, you can talk to one of our trained counsellors over the telephone or via Skype without the need for you to leave your home. Just contact us for an appointment.
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Client Testimonials (‘The Difference We Make’ Post Counselling feedback, Sept 2019)
‘I have been so pleased with the progress in both my marriage and myself since starting with Relate. It has helped get myself back on track and I would strongly recommend it to anyone who needed it, as well as comeback myself if ever needed’.
‘Really helpful. Our relationship would have ended if we hadn’t gone through this process. Appreciate the help and guidance given by the counsellor. Definitely worth doing’.
‘Came to Relate initially to understand how to handle my marriage failing. Have learnt better communication tools and how to process the anger I had/have. Have been able to better communicate to family/friends and work as a result. Very pleased with how the sessions have gone’.
‘I appreciated the counsellor’s willingness to ask challenging questions of both me and my partner. We were able to have constructive conversations that we would not have been able to have without her facilitation. It has given us a better understanding of the root of the difficulties we were experiencing, and the tools to address them’.