Relationship and Marriage Counseling therapists in London, England ENG, United Kingdom GB

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Guildford, England therapist: Gordon Wax BA HONS MBACP, counselor/therapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Gordon Wax BA HONS MBACP

Counsellor/Therapist, Pschoanalytic psychotherapist
We mirror our relationships based on others. In therapy we learn why it's hard but necessary to attach and disconnect from relationships.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist, life coach
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Aleksandra Pamphlett - Cert. Coach & Psychologist

Life Coach, MAC, MSc, BSc Hons,
Navigating the twists and turns of love and partnership? As a dedicated psychologist and coach, I'm here to help. Whether it's communication hurdles, conflict resolution, or strengthening your bond, let's work together to foster a more fulfilling and harmonious relationship. Your connection matters, and I'm here to support its growth  
10 Years Experience
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Birgit Schreiber, psychologist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Birgit Schreiber

Psychologist, PhD and MA in Psychology
Couple and marriage counseling is a very useful way to resolve challenges in relationships that seem to be recurring, and keeping us stuck at a level we actually would like to move beyond. Often, our current relationships are very much shaped by past (parental and family) experiences. Couple work is very rewarding and I feel very optimistic that often times challenges can be disentangled and couples can move on to a more trusting and closer stage.  
24 Years Experience
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Kat Pachana-Pereira, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Kat Pachana-Pereira

Registered Psychotherapist, Integrative Therapist (CBT), Couples Therapist, EMDR Therapist
We will focus on understanding attachment, miscommunication, understanding and compassion  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW15 2BU
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Sinthia Tijan, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Sinthia Tijan

Registered Psychotherapist, MBACP, Dip
Working with couples and families for over ten years. Working with infidelity, sexual issues, parenting skills etc. Helping the clients with their communication skills and often being a mediator in complex family / couple dynamics.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW19
Milton Keynes, England  therapist: The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy), registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy)

Registered Psychotherapist, Rev, DD (hon), DMin, Various Dips & Certs.
I do a great deal of couples counselling and help people to; reconcile, separate, divorce, fight (nicely) argue,confront, make up, deal with children, learn to deal with their families and inlaws. I also show couples their differences and how to live together in relative harmony once they know the rules of engagement and how the opposite sex brain functions by comparison. Many things they have not known or been told previously. Things that would help them to overcome their issues together. I have a great deal of success in this area. I believe that if I write a book now on this particular subject would certainly enhance my library as an author as I am informed it will help coples a lot.  
29 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9QD
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Abi Jude, counselor/therapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Abi Jude

Counsellor/Therapist, MBACP Member
I often work with clients around their relationships, with themselves and their partners, children and wider social groups. We live in a world where it is hard to find connection to our own vulnerability and to allow intimacy. Who are we and what do we want from intimacy and relationships is a good question to ask ourselves. We may not have had great examples of a balanced relationship from our family of origin, we may struggle to find time for ourselves and maintain our sense of identity within a couple. The impact of work, money, children and family can also swamp us and we may find ourselves blaming, disconnecting and feeling angry or low. I will work with you to identify your patterns and create time for you to explore a different experience.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG N6 5JW
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Wellbeing Centre London, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Wellbeing Centre London

Registered Psychotherapist, Psychotherapy, Counselling, Psychology, CBT, EMDR and Therapy, Coaching
We provide effective marriage and relationship counselling and therapy.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW15 2SP
Online in London, England
Bristol, England  therapist: DR BP Upadhaya, psychologist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

DR BP Upadhaya

Psychologist, PhD Clinical Psychology, AD ( HOMEOPATHY,NATUROPATHY,HERBAL MEDICINE,CBT,FAMILY THERAPY,NLP,COACHING
Neuropsychology Psychology Holistic Medicines Holistic Therapies Integrated Medicine Integrated Therapy Functional Medicine Unified Therapy Diet Therapy Nutrition Therapy Hypnotherapy NLP Psycho-visual Therapy Family Therapy Psycho-sexual Therapy Sexual and Marital Psychotherapy Homeopathy Herbal Medicine Naturopathy Quantum Medicine  
25 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1W 7LT
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Dr Ian Anderson, psychologist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Dr Ian Anderson

Psychologist, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (HCPC registered), PhD, MSc, MSc, MSc, MA (Econ), BA (Econ) Hons
He said, she said-- but did either of them listen? It is an oft-repeated truism that many relationships fail because of flawed communication. But many relationships fail for other reasons. My approach to couple counselling is to start at the end. Is there truly a prospect for these two people to experience a loving and enduring relationship? If there is, we can work out the details over the next few sessions. If there is not, we can find a way for two mature adults to part in such a way that they can both move forward to a better life.  
44 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG EC1V 2NX
Online in London, England
Borehamwood, England  therapist: Vanessa Abraham, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Vanessa Abraham

Registered Psychotherapist, BSc (Hons) Pharmacology, Pg Dip Psych, UKCP registered, Cert. Supervision
In addition to the project that I designed for people divorcing I also hold a professional certificate as I participated in a development course to learn to counsel couples.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1W 7AF
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Angela Sterling-Noel, counselor/therapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Angela Sterling-Noel

Counsellor/Therapist, PG Cert. Systemic Practice, Dip HE Counselling, PG Cert., Supervision, NLP Practitioner Cert, PG Cert. Teaching in Higher Ed.
Marriage and relationships are great when they are going well, but what can you do when it feels like the magic is slipping away, how do you get back the communication, and overcome conflict? It might be best to have a relationship MOT. Imagine driving your car and you never service it? It needs some TLC to get it going again and that is the same for your relationship, Enrich your relationship, Explore together to understand your patterns of relating with each other and redesign your relationship so that you can once again laugh together. I am a member of the Gottman Institute where you can take the couple checkup inventory. Why not try it out today? <a href="https://gottmanconnect.com"><img src="https://gottmanconnect.com/public/img/gottman_checkup_badge.png" height="202" width="320" alt="Gottman Approved Member" /></a>  
21 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Claudia Behnke, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Claudia Behnke

Registered Psychotherapist, Ma (Psych), PGDip Psychosynthesis Psychology, Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, UKCP accredited
For couples facing relational hurdles, finding the right guidance can make all the difference. As a Psychotherapist with specialized training in Terry Real's Relational Life Therapy (RLT) model, my approach to couples counseling is dynamic, direct, and rooted in fostering genuine connection. Additionally, my work is informed by the insights of Esther Perel, whose pioneering thoughts on intimacy, trust, and desire add a nuanced layer to my practice. Together, we delve into the challenges you face, from communication breakdowns to issues of intimacy and trust. The aim is to equip both partners with the tools and insights needed for a healthier, more fulfilling relationship. Through a blend of practical skills and deeper understanding, the goal is to rekindle connection and transform relational dynamics.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG N11 2SG
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Benjamin Marr, counselor/therapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Benjamin Marr

Counsellor/Therapist, BA MA Relational Psychotherapist/ Birkbeck College - Psychodynamic Counsellor
I use my relational psychotherapy background to counsel couples and relationships in general and have created a comfortable and safe environment for couples and individuals to discuss, explore and contribute to finding possible ways of overcoming relationship issues. Healthy human relationships are a vital part of day-to-day life and can be very fulfilling when these are close, loving ones. In current times, the maintenance of such positive relationships can be problematic, given the normal social demands that are placed on everyone. My relational psychotherapy is used to identify the probable issues in a relationship between two clients, including any evident, or supposed, causes of any deficiencies in that relationship. Difficulties with relationships may have their origins in such examples as problematic responses from one party, attachment issues, or some form of perceived hindrance by one party to creating a supportive background to future relationship developments amongst their social circles. Equally, my relational psychotherapy has borne successes when it comes to such facets as overcoming relational discordance and even conflicts. In all instances, I carry out my psychotherapy sessions in a professional and respectful manner, with the utmost stress on the client’s confidentiality and privacy.  
33 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW3
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Donna Mitchell, registered psychotherapist
Relationship and Marriage Counseling

Donna Mitchell

Registered Psychotherapist, MA
When there is a breakdown in a relationship I help both partners to voice their inner worlds- explain how things are feeling for both of them. It's often only once both partners are able to acknowledge what the other one is really going through that we are able to move towards healing the relationship.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW18 5SJ
Online in London, England