Common Issues in Couples Therapy

A lot of marriages run into problems along the way. It's not uncommon for couples to find themselves at a crossroads, wondering if their marriage is worth saving or if they should call it quits. Regardless of whether you're just facing a rough patch or have been struggling for years, we'll give you the tools to get back on track.
Communication Couples Therapy

Communication Issues

Improve communication, express your needs and resolve conflict constructively to ensure that everyone feels heard.
Boundaries Couples Therapy

Infidelity and Broken Trust

Open up in a non-judgemental environment to heal after trust was broken and learn ways to rebuild the relationship.
Intimacy Couples Therapy

Intimacy Challenges

Counselling can help you rekindle the passion and create a relationship where both partners have their needs met.
Trust Couples Therapy

Missing Boundaries

Set boundaries that make sense for you as individuals, and as a unit so that you can start living life on your terms.
Domestic Violence Couples Therapy

Impulse Control

Work through impulse control issues together so that both of you can heal and grow in ways that you might not have been able to do on your own.
Conflict Resolution Couples Therapy

Lack of Appreciation

Learn how to express greater appreciation for one another and show each other why you both matter in the relationship.
Family Couples Therapy

Parenting Disputes

Counselling helps parents improve their communication skills, so they can work together to raise their children in a consistent way.
Codependency Couples Therapy

Codependency

Learn to be independent and happy as individuals, so that you can enjoy your time together without feeling like you need each other for everything.

Divorce and Separation

It can be hard to accept that your marriage has ended and that it isn't going to work out. You may feel like you've failed as a person, or that you've failed as a parent. Additionally, you might be angry at your spouse for leaving you, or maybe you're angry at yourself for not being able to make things work. Regardless of how you feel, you don't have to face these challenges alone.

Couples therapy can help you understand your feelings, develop strategies for managing conflict and learn how to cope with the end of your marriage. Moreover, it can help you both move on with your life while still protecting your children from any unnecessary pain or conflict, and minimizing unnecessary pain for everyone involved.
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Codependency

Codependency is a disorder that arises when one partner excessively relies on the other for their emotional wellbeing. It’s often characterized by a lack of self-awareness and too much focus on the needs of one’s partner. Although it can be hard to identify at first because it may look like a healthy relationship, over time it can lead to resentment, frustration and even depression for both partners. If you think you might be struggling with codependency issues in your relationship, consider seeking out couple’s therapy.
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Couples and Marriage Therapists

Jacey Weiler
Virtual & In-Person

Jacey Weiler

Provisional Psychologist
$200 per hour
Jacey works with individuals, couples and families in addressing a broad variety of issues such as relationship conflict, anger, depression, codependency, work issues, grief, stress, self-esteem and identity issues.
Dailyn Mccalla
Virtual & In-Person

Dailyn Mccalla

Provisional Psychologist
$200 per hour
Dailyn works with individuals, couples, and youth with a variety of mental health conditions including anxiety, developmental disorders, depression, trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, gender and sexuality, families, trauma and more.

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