Couples cognitive-behavioral therapy identifies thoughts that control behaviour, builds tolerance and communication skills, and is supported by research.
Couples emotional-focused therapy focuses on emotional responses and promotes secure attachment. It is a powerful treatment.
Negative interactions, conflict management, friendship, and shared meaning are improved by the Gottman method's data-driven approach.
Christian counselling is based on faith and incorporates spirituality and religious values, and it can be combined with psychological theories.
Solution-focused therapy is a short-term, goal-oriented approach that focuses on solutions rather than problems for specific relationship issues.
This therapy examines the couple's stories, identifying negative beliefs and developing positive narratives to increase intimacy and appreciation.
Distinction counselling is a 5-session therapy for couples who are unsure whether to end or save their relationship.
Imago therapy focuses on childhood experiences and the unconsciously projected image of love in adult relationships.