Sig Taylor, MSW, RSW, RMFT

Sig Taylor View Specialties

  • Marriage & Family Therapist
  • 1235 - 17th Ave. S.W., Suite 305, Calgary, Alberta, T2T 0C2
  • Phone: 403-237-7501
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  • Session Fees: Initial Consulation - $200 - 75 minutes; $225/hr. counselling, specially priced counselling packages offered.
  • www.sigtaylor.com
  • This member is also available for online counseling.
  • Online-counseling methods: Email, Phone, Webcam


Expert Relationship Guidance

 
Imagine…a relationship that doesn’t hurt all the time. Talking things through without a fight. Feeling close and connected. Resolving repetitive “go-nowhere” arguments. The relief that comes from clearing the air. The joy and contentment that a great relationship offers.

30 years experience and 20,000 sessions means you’ll get the right tools and strategies to help you put an end to the pain. I offer a 75 minute initial consultation at a special rate. For many, this first meeting is a game changer – a turning point that marks a new beginning and direction.
 
Who you choose to entrust your relationship life to could be the most important decision of your lifetime. Marital counselling is a highly complex and specialized field of practice. All marriage counsellors are not equal and many are inexperienced and inadequately trained in this area - regardless of how they may advertise themselves.  Choose carefully.
 
When your marriage is on the brink I'm not neutral. I'm pro-marriage and commitment. Here's the truth about divorce. It ends your marriage. It costs money. It hurts. It reduces living standards. It changes your personal relationships. It hurts children. Separation may seem like the only solution but the reality is it's usually your next bigger problem.  My job is to support your marriage first and foremost. Studies show that relationship counsellors without this orientation can make things worse, not better.
 
Most divorces are unnecessary because we lack the skills and tools necessary for modern relationships. We expect a lot from marriage these days. We want our partner to be a passionate lover, our friend, our playmate, our confidante, the mother/father of our children, homemaker, and breadwinner and on and on it goes.
 
Don't get me wrong, sometimes you just can't work things out and separating is the right thing to do. But...can you look at yourself in the mirror and say that you've done your best to save your marriage? By that I mean, have you gotten professional assistance? If things have been off track for a long time, it's next to impossible to fix your relationship on your own. You need help. If you have children and choose to end your relationship I'll provide separation counselling to help you prepare emotionally for the transition to a new co-parenting relationship.
 
 
 
 


Sig Taylor Reaches

Calgary AB