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It takes a couple an average of 6 years to seek help. Don't wait, get in touch with us for a no-obligation consultation on couples and marriage counselling. 

What is Marriage Counselling in Singapore?

Marriage counselling is a form of psychotherapy that is designed to help couples improve their relationships and manage conflicts. It involves a trained therapist working with a couple to address issues they may be experiencing in their relationship.

Our Marriage Counselling Experts

Dr. Emma Waddington

Senior Clinical Psychologist, Founder of Us Therapy


Couples Therapist

Clinical Psychologist

How does Marriage Counselling in Singapore work?

Marriage Counselling Initial Assessment

Our process begins with an initial assessment in which we get to know the couple, their history, and their specific concerns. This helps us, the therapists understand the unique dynamics of your relationship.

Setting Goals for Marriage Counselling Sessions 

Your chosen therapist, you, and your partner will work together to set goals for the counselling process. These goals can be things like improving communication and conflict management or addressing specific issues like infidelity, trust, intimacy, or parenting disagreements.

Therapeutic Techniques

Our trained therapists use various therapeutic techniques to help couples address their concerns.

Progress Evaluation

Throughout the process, your therapist will assess progress toward the goals that you have set at the start of your therapy journey, and make adjustments as needed.

Who is Marriage Counselling for?

Marriage counselling is for couples in Singapore who are experiencing challenges in their relationship. Marriage counselling in Singapore can be beneficial for a wide range of issues, including:

  • Communication problems
  • Conflict management
  • Trust issues
  • Infidelity or affairs
  • Intimacy and sexual issues
  • Parenting disagreements
  • Financial stress
  • Life transitions and adjustments
  • Premarital counselling to prepare for marriage

It's important to note that marriage counselling is not a guarantee of saving a marriage, and there are situations where divorce may be the best option.

However, it can provide you and your partner with the skills and insights you need to make informed decisions about the future of your relationship, whether that means working to improve it or parting ways amicably.

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Marriage Counselling in Singapore