Relationship and Marriage Counselling in Essex

     Resolve conflicts     Restore the passion    Regain the trust


Chelmsford, Braintree, Witham, Hastingwood, Tiptree and Battlesbridge

I am trained in Person-Centred Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Psychodynamics. I have worked with couples for 10 years and have helped them to bridge the gap in communication and understanding each other by providing a non-judgemental and safe environment for them to open up in.  Having couples therapy gives a platform for the individuals within a relationship to clearly hear what the other one is saying and how they are feeling.  This gives more opportunity for trust, friendships and positive forms of communication to develop or redevelop.


Great Baddow, Tollesbury and Sawbridgeworth
Clacton-on-Sea, Harwich, Manningtree, Great Horkesley and Wivenhoe
Colchester, Ipswich, Halstead, Lavenham and Thorpe-Le-Soken

I am an experienced BACP Registered & SMMPG [FDAP] Accredited Professional Counsellor working with leading Private and Charitable organisations. I provide 1 to 1 Counselling, Group Psychotherapy, Couple Counselling and Skype Counselling sessions. I am a Person-Centred (Humanistic) qualified Counsellor (validated by the University of Essex) furthermore, I am an Accredited Drug & Alcohol Professionals (validated by the Federation of Drug & Alcohol Professionals FDAP [SMMGP]) with a Degree in Addiction Counselling (validated by the University of Bath). Every couple is unique and different- if you are concerned about your relationship and feel that you are unable to reach a conclusion alone, it is likely that you [and your partner] would benefit from couples counselling. I offer a safe and unconditional therapeutic environment for both parties to discuss, explore and to gain personal and couple insight into your concerns.


Thaxted, Broomfield, Buntingford, Coggeshall and Balsham

I am a person centred therapist with extensive experience working with couples and individuals. I offer a goal oriented therapy working with you in one or two hour sessions for couples. Initially I would ask the question, what would you both want from couples therapy? This can be an amicable ending to the relationship or a way forward with the relationship. From then on we can set a goal for each session for you both to work to. I have trained to degree level in couples and individual person centred counselling. I have continued training with the Tavistock NHS trust specialising in couples therapy. I have successfully run my own professional practice offering individual and couples counselling offering support and confidentiality throughout the years. There is no judgement in therapy, it is there for you both to be heard and find a way forward. As your therapist I offer a safe and effective environment that is your space to explore. Relationships are as complex as we are. Learning to communicate again or perhaps for the first time within the relationship effectively is often a concern. Communication can be reached and can often be such a relief to couples. To enter into therapy all that’s needed is a commitment to continue therapy to reach these goals. Working with you I can reflect back what I feel and see in a non-judgemental, empathic way. Helping you once again to find what you feel you have lost and to help repair the emotional wounds.


Saffron Walden, Castle Hedingham, Newmarket, Royston & Bishop’s Stortford

Are you curious about why your relationship or marriage is in the middle of a crisis, heading that way or just isn’t working? Relationships can feel complicated, unfulfilling and like they’re just hard work. The past can keep troubling us or the future can seem anxiety-provoking or bleak. Sometimes we find ourselves repeating the same mistakes and asking ‘How have I ended up here again?’ Most of my work is in helping to save relationships ravaged by a variety of issues and helping you to understand yourself and your relationships in a way that suits you and the context. To do this, I work in a relational way, establishing a sense of trust in a safe therapeutic environment, that in turn will enable you to clarify just what it is that is happening. I was drawn to therapy by experiencing the transformation it brought to my life when I was in crisis. I continue through my desire to engage in meaningful work and by my inquisitiveness and love of people. Being able to step back in order to see the ‘bigger picture’ helps me identify people’s key relationships and understand their complexities. I have a particular interest in how addiction, alcoholism, Parental Alienation and other factors create havoc in our relationships. I feel attuned to the sensitivities of broken hearts and broken families and the desire to heal the hurt that often is overwhelming.


Upminster, Tilbury, Basildon, Ilford & Romford

I am a UK accredited Cognitive behavioural therapist. Extensive experience has been gained working within relationships and person life coaching, whilst providing individualised support through specialised teaching and therapy. I am fully qualified with an ASC Diploma in CBT, Registered with BSY as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Specialising in Relationship Counselling.
I belong to the Association of Holistic and Complementary Practitioners. In addition, I have qualifications in Mindfulness coaching, Assertiveness training, CYPS Safe Guarding for Adult and young people, Specialist Counsellor, Spiritual and Holistic training and currently a student of Professional Hypnotherapy.

Chipping Ongar, Chelmsford, Felsted, Mayland and Billericay

I am a degree qualified Counsellor and have been working in Chelmsford, Essex for 6 years. I also have Diplomas in CBT, Anger Management, Life Coaching and Cognitive based Mindfulness. When couples decide to come for therapy it can be for a wide range of reasons, regardless of the issue all anyone really wants is to be listened to. Within our sessions I will offer a safe non-judgmental environment so you can both be heard. Having someone outside of your ‘bubble’ listening to you both can feel awkward and strange at first, but hopefully you will soon feel comfortable and it allows you both to really open up and be honest about your thoughts and feelings. My role is to allow you to hear one another, to really listen to how your partner, wife or husband is feeling about the current situation you are both in. This hopefully will allow you to get back on track and move forward in your lives.

Southend-on-Sea, Ashingdon, Great Wakering, Courtsend, Rayleigh and Hadleigh

I work as an integrative counsellor with over 7 years experience having worked at Mind, Children’s charities and Cruse Bereavement Care. I have qualifications working with individuals, couples and children. From working with a wide range of ages and with more than one person in the counselling room I am able to understand how relationships can impact our lives.  During relationship counselling whether working with you as an individual or as a couple we can look at the impact of how relationships affect your life, your role played, dynamics at play and ways you communicate. This helps to illustrate patterns of behaviour and whether they are beneficial to you or not. My training in bereavement helps in working with loss including death, divorce, separation and infidelity which can give rise to many issues including separation anxiety, feelings of rejection, abandonment and betrayal of trust. By constantly having reminders in our lives from our past memories and still seeing or being in contact with partners no longer in our lives, can be particularly painful. Being compassionate to ourselves at such times and finding ways to manage our relationships which sometimes still need to be maintained when children are involved can be beneficial not just to ourselves but also to children who are also affected.


Online Counselling

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As a Certified Imago Relationship Therapist and a BACP accredited psychotherapist with over 12 years experience I work with couples to understand the causes of their difficulties and rebuild love and connection in their relationships

Couples often experience a breakdown of communication, which causes a fight or flight reaction. These may become repetitive cycles of self-destructive behaviour, where anger expressed spins out of control. A loss of emotional closeness, trust and physical intimacy follows, which can lead to crises in the relationship, affairs and the threat of divorce.

Together we explore what you need, why there is disconnection and how you can achieve the relationship you want. A key to this is building open and calm communication in order to understand each other, resolve conflict and meet each other’s needs. We also focus on building greater appreciation, care and fun in order to reignite love and connection in the relationship.

Your relationship matters to us

If you are struggling with your relationship, Relationship Counselling Essex can help you to discover what lies behind your relationship issues. You will work together with your therapist to bring about the changes needed.  You may wish to talk about your relationship on an individual basis or come as a couple. From your first session, your therapist will provide expert insights and offer you an opportunity to communicate with each other in a safe and constructive way.

We have found that people have greatly benefitted from marriage counselling, as it has given them a chance to talk about things which they may not have felt able to do prior to the session.


Get in touch for help

Seeing a therapist can be a daunting prospect. Here at Relationship Counseling we ensure that the therapists are not only highly experienced but have the ability to make you feel at ease very quickly.

To book a session with one of our counselling experts contact our booking agents who will be able to help you with location and availability.

Let us help you to help yourselves.

Is your marriage in trouble?

Our skilled therapists will help you to discover what lies beneath issues within your Marriage. These can be external issues such as work, stress, differing family dynamics, affairs or an issue between the both of you, such as communication. Our experienced therapists help you to identify and understand these issues and find ways of moving forward in your relationship in a positive and constructive way.