What is Divorce Counselling?
There are many legitimate reasons why divorce may be necessary. Sadly, separation is common in relationships today and dealing with the repercussions of this can be extremely difficult.
Divorce counselling allows a single party or both parties to work through their deeper problems. The future can often feel uncertain and this is why our divorce counselling sessions are specifically designed to allow you to move on positively and productively.
Do you need help coping with a Divorce?
Coping with a divorce is almost certainly a hard time for any family unit. Divorce counselling will allow you to talk through your worries and help you deal with any emotional stress that you may be experiencing.
We will explore concerns about the impact on your children and take steps towards a rewarding post-divorce life. Additionally, we offer the option of both parties joining for divorce counselling sessions.
Contrarily to traditional marriage counselling, couples divorce counselling offers the chance for both parties to be open and relaxed with no pressure to fix their relationship.
When going through a divorce, you are almost certain to experience a series of negative emotions. These feelings of anger, sadness, regret or stress are natural, however, the prolonged experience of these emotions can be extremely detrimental to your life.
Divorce counselling can help you to overcome your negative feelings and move on from them. Additionally, you may learn techniques to channel these emotions constructively.
It is understandable to be worried about the emotional wellbeing of your children during a divorce. Childcare settlements and other factors can be difficult to cope with and can lead to stress.
With divorce counselling, you can express your concerns about the welfare of your children and learn to support them most effectively. Often, children can feel torn between two parents during a divorce so it is important that you can be there for them in a supportive way.
The emotions tied with divorce can lead you to blame yourself. Eventually, these feelings can lead to resentment and anger. With divorce counselling, we work through these difficult emotions, with an aim to strengthening your relationship with yourself.
Divorce counselling focuses on helping you to enjoy your own company again and helps you to come to terms with your separation.
A divorce can present difficult challenges when it comes to smooth communication and resolving issues with your ex-partner. Divorce counselling aims to give you the tools to help you engage in productive and civil conversations. This way, the process can be as harmonious as possible, benefiting your children, partner and yourself.
Getting through a divorce can be an extremely difficult time. Civil communication can help both parties move on more productively.