The quality of our relationships can have a huge impact on our day to day functioning.

Whether with our partners; our children; other family members; friends or colleagues, we all form relationships. As human beings, we are “wired” to relate to each other to ensure our very survival!It’s instinctive, yet, it often is fraught with misunderstanding, miscommunication and frustration.

I have spent the last 12 years devoted to helping individuals; couples and families learn more effective ways to communicate; to get their needs met in a healthy way; to improve emotional intimacy; and to be their “true selves” in relationships.

Do any of these apply to you?

 I’m not getting what I want out of my relationship

 My partner doesn’t “hear” me

 I’m feeling unsupported or invisible (or both)

 I have trouble setting boundaries

 I’m pretending to be someone who I’m not

 I don’t like who I am becoming in this relationship

 I don’t feel like we’re a team

 I feel criticised and judged

 I feel controlled

 “He” or “She” has no idea what’s going on for me

 I want more, but don’t know how to ask

 I want out, but don’t know what to say

 I don’t think we’re going to make it