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Sherry Van Blyderveen, Ph.D.
Location: 400 Main Street East, Suite 210, Milton
Dr. Van Blyderveen offers Emotion Focused Therapy for Couples. This approach is evidence based and has a greater success rate than traditional couple's therapy. Therapy will focus on improving communication through creating and strengthening your emotional bond with one another. During therapy sessions Dr. Van Blyderveen will guide you and your partner through emotional conversations with one another with the goal of improving closeness, connection, and acceptance of one another.
Bruce Taylor, B.A., B.Ed., M.A., M.Div., Cert. C&FTS, CCC, CCPA, CSAT
Individual Couple Family Counsellor, Sex Addiction Therapist
Location: 1550 Gordon St., Unit 19, Guelph
My Couples' 11 Emotional Needs Survey will allow you and your partner to compare your individual emotional needs in your relationship. You first must understand each other's emotional needs before you can dance in synchrony. Clients often are surprised to learn which emotional needs their partner rate as high or low priority, for example, conversation, admiration, affection, power-sharing, emotional closeness, and sexual intimacy. Excellent enrichment exercise for couples!
Joanne Simpson, MA, BEd, Certified OACCPP
Certified Counselor and Psychotherapist
Location: 79 Wilson Street, Oakville
I work with couples who are at a crossroads, perhaps not yet committed to separation, while at the same time are questioning their relationship. In these situations, couples feel many emotions, such as betrayal, frustration, hurt, anger, resentment and hopelessness. If this sounds like your situation, I can help, beginning with identifying and clarifying the issues for each partner. You will learn intentional communication, a technique that fosters empathy and helps rebuild the emotional connection that has been lost. You will learn to communicate more effectively, problem-solve and resolve future conflicts before they become toxic.
David Knapp, MC. CCC.
Location: , Mississauga L4Z 1S2
Even couples who have weathered 50 years together report going through times of severe marital dissatisfaction. Through utilizing strategies and tools to communicate better, couples can learn to resolve or make peace with their differences. You will benefit by having a chance to practice new ways of relating to each other in session, and then taking exercises home to work on through the week. I create a safe atmosphere for each person to be vulnerable and honest about what changes you would like to see in your future, and then I help facilitate a conversation where you and your partner make small practical steps towards finding peace and happiness together.
Anne Marie Shewfelt, M.Div.
Anne Marie Shewfelt
Location: 4300 Village Centre Court, Mississauga L4Z 1S2
At the heart of most individual issues is a relational challenge which has created an emotional hook. Key to relational challenges are systemic patterns of relating (“the dance”), which generates dysfunction in one partner, the other, or both. In couple therapy both partners work together to set and reach goals for the relationship which may include problem solving, communication, warmth, trust, intimacy and affection. In working together as a team toward these goals we see the restoration of positive regard for the self and other, and renewal of health and vitality to the relationship creating more satisfaction, respect, support and love.
B.Sc. (Hons) Psych, Cert L.C., ADR, EFT
Location Near Therapist: Mississauga, ON
We all want to love, be loved, and connect with our significant others. Yet, it can feel daunting at times, due to repetitive relationship patterns (influenced by our childhood wounding), poor communication skills, cultural/gender differences, and inability to negotiate “me” with “we”. So be it past trauma, poor communication skills, inability to handle stress, different upbringing (thereby different ways of doing things), or sexual challenges, among other things, I help couples identify the areas/habits which challenge them, behaviors which destroy relationships, and anything else that stands in the way of them achieving an intimate connection.
Martin Resnick, Ph.D., C.Psych
Consulting Psychologist (Registerd Psychologist Prov of ON
Location: 2000 Credit Valley Rd, Suite 514, Mississauga L5M 4N4
The goal of couples counselling is to help you communicate more effectively with your partner so that you understand each other's point of view. Ultimately, you will learn mutual respect & establish a more meaningful, harmonious & closer relationship. Communication skills are much easier to learn in a safe therapeutic environment as it gives each partner an opportunity to express their feelings & concerns. Active listening is important; the therapist can point out to you problem areas in a non-critical, helpful & safe environment. This is important because a partner often feels overwhelmed by criticism from their significant other & therefore tends to avoid future encounters.
Ingrid Dresher, BScN, Masters in Therapeutic Counselling , CPMHN(C)
Professional Title "RN-Psychotherapist"
Location of Therapist: Etobicoke, ON
Couples have dreams that they share, but when they reach my office, they are in pain. Sad, and often discouraged, they don't know how to negotiate the necessities, and well as the sweetness of their relationship. Like any endeavor with others, GOAL and COOPERATION delivered with CONSISTENT KINDNESS are essential. There is a song, the title, "Doing Dishes Leads to Kisses". Indeed, working together harmoniously and lightheartedly builds trust. Adding to that the ingredient "Understanding how I feel, and caring about it," and "Letting me know that I matter to you", can take a couple back to the sweetest times again. Now her 's a toast, my dear couple, to "The Joy of Love". It's possible.
Bayridge Counselling Centre
Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling
Location: 44 Cardigan St., Guelph
Most relationships will become strained at some point and will begin producing maladaptive patterns. Relationship problems are rooted in our distorted egos, insecure attachment, emotional immaturity etc., which create to the many issues that develop for couples - infidelity, financial stress, poor communication, ill health, sexual divergence, household responsibility conflicts, addictions, etc., .... or just simply growing apart. Relationships can often be restored if help is sought soon enough. A counsellor can help reorient perceptions and emotions (how we look at a situation and how we feel about it) and assist the couple in adopting conscious structural changes.
Ellis Nicolson, M.Div; RMFT
Registered Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 4291 Village Centre Court, Suite 201, Mississauga L4Z 1S2
Couples often get stuck in negative patterns, or ways of relating to one another. These negative patterns can cause couples to attack each other emotionally, or worse, drift apart emotionally. It is vital to identify the emotions that drive this cycle, and through therapy, learn to create a dance that brings you close to your partner. There is great risk in being in a committed relationship, because there is no one else in the world who can hurt you as much as your partner can. But, on the flip side, there is no one else who can help you feel more loved. It is a greater risk, not to risk with your partner!
Couples Counselling Mississauga.
If your relationship needs vital help, couples counselling Mississauga is a life giving resource to identify and resolve the underlying issues between you. Ontario therapists are available to you with Theravive. Relationships are hard work, and sometimes a professional couples therapist Mississauga is an important asset in helping two people navigate through. We want to help you build your relationship and find the right path ahead. Mississauga couples counselling from a licensed couples counselor Mississauga, ON is ready to lend itself to your life together.
Welcome to our network of couples counselling and realtionship therapists in Mississauga. Couples therapy and couples counselling Mississauga, ON with a licensed and experienced therapist will strenghten your relationship and help resolve the issues that are causing you to struggle. Our Ontario psychotherapists are trained in understanding the complex dynamics of relationships that couples face- how they fail, and how they thrive. Choose a Mississauga couples counselor below and start your new journey towards a healthier relationship.