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Couples Counselling

Are you looking for support to help strengthen your relationship?

Are you feeling stuck in the same unhelpful or toxic patterns and having difficulty understanding each other?

Have you experienced infidelity, a breach of trust or a traumatic event together as a couple?

Working together with a skilled therapist can help to deepen your understanding of each other to guide you closer, heal wounds that are struggling to heal and create healthier patterns in the ways you communicate and connect with each other

Working together with a therapist can also provide guidance and healing around helping you as a couple to uncouple, meaning moving forward separately if this is what you have chosen. Counselling during or after separation can help with co-parenting, communication and grieving the loss of your relationship as you possibly move forward into new relationships.

These amazing trained therapists have a passion for supporting couples 

  • Jan offers an accepting and warm space where all couples can feel welcome, no matter where you are in your journey

  • Jan is trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), as well as the Gottman Method and is passionate about supporting couples in the process of finding themselves individually and together as a couple.

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  • Sam brings a gentle, compassionate and knowledgeable presence to the therapy space. She is trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) a modality to help couples relate to each other and connect on a deeper level.


  • Sam is available to support a variety of alternative relationship structures (i.e. consensual non-monogamy) and is aligned and an advocate for the 2SLGBTQ+ communities.


  • Eric Fisher approaches his clients with a keen and non-judgemental curiosity to help you as a couple move towards genuine strengthened connection with each other 

  •  He draws from the Gottman Method and is also highly trained in ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) to help interested clients move through stuckness in their relationship

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