All relationships are on account of investment, we know that romantic relationships are a product of hard work. At the start of relationship it seems happily ever, but many marriages and relationships need constant maintenance to remain healthy. In a stressful world which is identified by lack of patience, wrong expectation, busy lifestyle and higher accessibility to outside world of friends, relationships needs to be nurtured which one can learn at Psychowellness Center with marriage counselors. Couples seek marriage counseling for one or many reasons, from lack of respect, financial issues, power struggles and communication problems to sexual dissatisfaction and infidelity. In case of marital or family issues, relationship counseling is used as a methodology to improve communication, sharing of feelings, listening with empathy and rekindle the same respect, trust and love that the couple had in the beginning of their relationship. Counseling for relationship focuses on understanding, maturity and tips for good relationship.
In most relationship problems originate from poor or wrong communication. Communication channels are enhanced by explaining about the rules of communication. An agenda is established not only for the therapy, but for each session. Considering the extent and severity of the issue, couple is given suggestions to make their own rules of the relationship to be followed on a daily basis.
IDCT has been developed by Dr R K Suri and is the highest level of service provided by our most experienced therapists. IDCT was created to be efficient and effective and for couples who need change ‘now’. Just like serious medical conditions, serious relationship crises require immediate intervention. In IDCT, you and your partner work with an IDCT-certified therapist for 20 hours over 20 days and resolve issues. Your relationship is worth investing in!
The therapists employ many different techniques, exercises, and tools in the sessions depending on the specific issues that clients seek assistance in. However, there is a set of questions and activities that you will likely find in any relationship therapy experience.A variety of approaches can be applied in the context of relationship counseling. In the beginning of the session a common goal is decided by the therapist along with the couple. Proceeding with a clear intention is more likely to give accurate, desired results. Then the first session is more about taking the case history from both the partners individually. The therapy ends on a positive note by assigning needful task to both partners. Following sessions focus on adjusting skills and working out an action plan to reduce friction amongst the couple and bring harmony and respect. Every session evolves with self work that is taught to both the clients and constructive tasks are divided equally to bring about positive outcome and contribution from both sides.
No communication or lack of communication or inconsistent communication or negative communication.
Sexual issues, causing anger, frustration or embarrassment.
Infidelity or unfaithfulness, which can be of physical or emotional nature or both.
Lack of intimacy.
Lack of quality time for each other.