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Relationship & Marital Counselling



You’re married or in a long-term committed relationship. You’ve woken up to the scary thought that the relationship isn’t going anywhere; or isn’t going in the direction you want it to go.



What do you do?



From working with hundreds of couples and families we know that most people considering the end of their relationships complain about three things:

- Poor communication.
- Lack of affection and interest.
- Nagging.

The sad fact is that although all of these situations are solvable, many people give up and would rather walk away from their situation than try to sort it out. The impact on all parties involved is usually severe.

Swift Counselling offers relationship counselling to individuals, couples and families addressing these common problems. Other problems also covered by our services include:

- Support and relate to issues around infidelity & loss of intimacy.
- Counselling for victims of Domestic Violence.
- Therapy for families or individuals seeking support after a divorce or separation.

We offer two options for relationship counselling: working with one therapist (either a man or a woman) or with two therapists (a man and a woman together).

Though the second option is more expensive (see our fee scale), many people find working with two therapists very useful: for couples, to have a male and female therapist present can feel safer for both parties; also it can speed up the process so fewer sessions are required.

Marriage counselling and counselling for couples is a service offered by Swift in Boughrood,Powys, South/mid-Wales.

Normally we are able to see clients within a week of contact.

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