New ways to connect, repair, & collaborate.

New ways to connect, repair, & collaborate.

Couples Work

Focus & Attention

A safe place to connect & attune.

Couples Coaching

Relationship and couples counselling is a safe place for repair and collaboration. Find a neutral place and time to explore, build meaning, and grow with your partner.

There are a variety of reasons why couples might seek the support of a therapist. These include moving through and repairing a traumatic event or rupture; a breakdown of trust, intimacy or communication; infidelity; loss; separation and divorce; or couples entering a new life phase.

Doing therapy together can support you as you reconnect in your relationship, working through what is valuable and meaningful. Couples counselling is a restorative process which enables you both to access and experience more joy, a deepening of trust, and a sense of collaboration, contentment, and passion.

Therapy helps couples find pathways back to each other, and more importantly, themselves. Sessions are a place where you’re respected and celebrated individually while still working toward a shared vision for your relationship.

We all lead busy lives, so setting aside a weekly therapy session is a very positive way of saying to the other, “You matter to me, and this is worth working on and working through”.

Have a look at some of Reed’s writing on relationships and couples coaching below, or click here to go to the Journal, which includes all previous articles.

Focus & Attention

A safe place to connect & attune.

Couples Coaching

Relationship and couples counselling is a safe place for repair and collaboration. Find a neutral place and time to explore, build meaning, and grow with your partner.

There are a variety of reasons why couples might seek the support of a therapist. These include moving through and repairing a traumatic event or rupture; a breakdown of trust, intimacy or communication; infidelity; loss; separation and divorce; or couples entering a new life phase.

Doing therapy together can support you as you reconnect in your relationship, working through what is valuable and meaningful.

Couples counselling is a restorative process which enables you both to access and experience more joy, a deepening of trust, and a sense of collaboration, contentment, and passion.

Therapy helps couples find pathways back to each other, and more importantly, themselves. Sessions are a place where you’re respected and celebrated individually while still working toward a shared vision for your relationship.

We all lead busy lives, so setting aside a weekly therapy session is a very positive way of saying to the other, “You matter to me, and this is worth working on and working through”.

Have a look at some of Reed’s writing on relationships and couples coaching below, or click here to go to the Journal, which includes all previous articles.

Focus & Attention

A safe place to connect & attune.

Couples Coaching

Relationship and couples counselling is a safe place for repair and collaboration. Find a neutral place and time to explore, build meaning, and grow with your partner.

There are a variety of reasons why couples might seek the support of a therapist. These include moving through and repairing a traumatic event or rupture; a breakdown of trust, intimacy or communication; infidelity; loss; separation and divorce; or couples entering a new life phase.

Doing therapy together can support you as you reconnect in your relationship, working through what is valuable and meaningful. Couples counselling is a restorative process which enables you both to access and experience more joy, a deepening of trust, and a sense of collaboration, contentment, and passion.

Therapy helps couples find pathways back to each other, and more importantly, themselves. Sessions are a place where you’re respected and celebrated individually while still working toward a shared vision for your relationship.

We all lead busy lives, so setting aside a weekly therapy session is a very positive way of saying to the other, “You matter to me, and this is worth working on and working through”.

You can find Reed’s writing on relationships and couples coaching in the Journal.