Therapeutic Counselling for Relationships
Good relationships take work — whether you are at the beginning of your journey, married for a while, or trying to navigate a separation, our clinical team can help you and your partner overcome challenges with understanding and respect.
Bhatia Psychology Group provides comprehensive and professional couples
You or your partner are keeping secrets from each other
Affection is being voluntarily withheld
You see your partner as an antagonist or enemy
You aren't talking to your partner, or clear communication is difficult
You or your partner are contemplating (or are having) an emotional or physical affair
You and your partner have opposing views on parenting, finances and/or religion and can’t see eye to eye
You are talking to your partner, but the language or tone is negative or insulting
You or your partner are hiding spending habits or related finances
You and your partner wish to separate or divorce, but want to part peacefully
The climate of conflict in your relationship is affecting everyday life
You are afraid to discuss topics that are important to you (such as intimacy or finances) with your partner
Rebuild Your Relationship
Whether the core issues stem from mistrust, miscommunication, or attachment
All you need is the right therapeutic support and willingness to work together towards the goal of a loving relationship. Your therapist will guide you and your partner to facilitate emotional healing, restore mutual trust and deepen connections.
As experts in attachment-based therapies and mindfulness tools, we provide a safe environment to explore the deeper relational patterns and recreate a path towards mutual growth and togetherness.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below you will find some of the most common questions that couples ask prior to beginning a therapeutic journey to improve their relationship. Please contact us if you have any further inquiries.
Do you feel overwhelmed by problems or stress?
No. Not all therapists are qualified — psychologists or psychotherapists are required to undergo specific training for treating couples. At Bhatia Psychology Group, we do have a number of therapists with this particular background.
Should we still do therapy if we are considering separation or divorce?
Yes. It’s common for couples to attend therapy when considering a separation or divorce because it can help aid in encouraging an amicable split. If there are children involved, it can also help with the parenting process. Through therapy, a couple may also work through difficulties and decide to give their relationship another chance.
Should we still do therapy if one partner has an addiction/substance abuse problem?
When you start couples’ therapy, your therapist will complete an assessment to understand where each partner is in the process. If one partner has a substance abuse challenge, he or she may be required to receive individual support or addiction counselling, as well. When you sit down with a therapist at Bhatia Psychology Group, we strive to understand your relationship, the challenges, and guide both of you in a positive direction.
What if one partner doesn't want to attend the sessions?
Couples counselling only works if both partners are interested, agree to cooperate in the process and attend the therapeutic session(s).
Is couples’ therapy just for relationships in crisis?
No. Some couples come to therapy to work on enhancing certain parts of their relationship — whether it’s intimacy, connecting, learning to be better parents or processing life transitions. It can be a way to enhance communication, closeness or manage life’s changes.
Do we need to be married for couples counselling?
No. You are not required to be married, or even common-law.
How long does it take to see positive changes?
Each couple is unique, so it depends on where the couple is in their journey. Simply attending counselling is an excellent start. You may see positive changes as soon as your first session — simply by starting the process. Couples therapy
Why Choose Bhatia Psychology Group
Finding a great therapist is essential for addressing unhealthy communication, destructive