Therapy For Two

Many people I help arrive for an initial consultation feeling apprehensive, skeptical and deeply distressed. Occasionally they arrive for the consultation only after prompting and support from a partner or spouse. I encourage the attendance and support of a partner at consultations.

Until recently, I conducted sessions with clients during therapy sessions on their own. I’m currently seeing three clients with their spouses during therapy. Clients seem very reassured to have the support of the therapist and their spouses at the same time. Often the distress of an individual has serious impact upon a spouse and thus I recognise that during therapy I’m helping two individuals simultaneously. Actually this has nearly always been the case, but sessions for two helps both immediately.