Sometimes our relationships need our attention. Things go wrong. We get into patterns that frustrate and upset us.

Working with a therapist helps us unravel these complex knots. Working to find what makes the difference.

It can help to talk it through with a neutral and professionally trained counsellor. Bringing new light and working with you to build coping strategies and systems, bringing positive change.

All of us experience relationship difficulties at times.

Sessions offer therapeutic support for anyone experiencing the struggles that come from; break-ups, fractures in trust, life-changing experiences, loss, changes in our health and everyday life.

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Relationship therapy works by helping increase the understanding we have of ourselves. Helping us unfurl and develop to our fullest potential.

Exploring the difficulties of relationships, unpacking thoughts around core beliefs, coping mechanism, doubts, fears and perspective, help us build happy and healthy relationships.

Working together we can build an approach that works for your needs. Promoting positive change, whatever the reason.

Trauma therapy with EMDR works in the context of relationship therapy to process the distress of unhelpful memories.

EMDR is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of attachment injury in relationship therapy.

Isobel Portrait

Isobel Cheshire, MA, PGDip, BA, MBACP (Accred.)

Isobel trained with the Relate Institute, Hull University and the University of East Anglia, is a qualified practitioner and an accredited member of BACP.

Work together can focus on romantic attachments, past difficulties, future hopes, family dynamics and work-related struggles.

Isobel is training to become a specialist EMDR therapist and offers sessions for distress and attachment injury in the context of relationship counselling.

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