Couples counselling

Couples therapy sessions with Your Wellbeing

All close relationships have their ups and downs. There are so many pressures on our lives and on our time, it’s not unusual for couples to struggle and go through difficult times.

Feeling secure and connected to another person in a close, intimate relationship is vital to our emotional, physical, and mental wellbeing. So when connection and trust breaks down, this can cause distress.

We offer a safe and supportive space where couples can explore the roots of their disconnection. We can help you improve communication, with the aim of moving from painful conflict to creating a healthy, loving and compassionate relationship.

What problems can relationship counselling help with?

Our professional counsellors are trained to help you deal with a range of different relationship challenges, including:

  • communication breakdown
  • family conflicts
  • financial problems
  • lack of intimacy
  • loneliness
  • significant life transitions
  • trust, jealousy, and infidelity issues 
  • work-related stress

Romantic relationships can also be triggering for people who have experienced trauma in childhood. They might relate to their partners as they would their siblings or parents. This behaviour can often be unconscious, with people not understanding why they respond or react to their partner the way they do.

Whatever the challenge, we can help you and your partner see each other through a lens that isn’t clouded by the past, or other relationship dynamics. 

Our couples therapy approach

We offer Imago Relationship Therapy, an internationally recognised and highly effective therapeutic model. 

It’s a form of relationship and couples therapy that focuses on transforming conflict into healing and growth through relational connection.  

Imago relationship therapy aims to give couples the tools to relate to each other in healthier ways. It can also reveal the emotional pathway formed in childhood that might be causing difficulties. 

Imago relationship therapy involves viewing a conflict between couples as merely the outcome of specific circumstances – not the cause of disharmony. By examining the conflict, a couple can arrive at a satisfying solution, heal, and then grow together. 

Learn more about Imago Relationship Therapy (external site opens in new tab)

Your therapist

Our lead counsellor, Jane, is a trauma-informed integrative therapist, clinical supervisor, mental health trainer and wellbeing advisor. She promotes a relational approach to counselling, building a non-judgemental and compassionate relationship with those she works with.

Learn more about Jane’s background

How much does it cost?

Introductory couples therapy session (60 minutes) – £75

An introduction to Imago relationship therapy and an opportunity to see if couples counselling is right for you.

Follow-up couples therapy sessions (90 minutes) – ​​£120

Counselling sessions for couples: re-romanticising, re-imagining and re-connecting partners.

Where will the therapy sessions take place?

We can see you in person at our counselling room in Surbiton, or we offer remote appointments, online or over the phone – whatever works best for you and your partner.

How to get started

The first step is a an introductory session where we’ll discuss your unique needs and what you and your partner want to get out of therapy.

Next, we’ll get to know you, tailoring sessions to suit you and the challenges you want to explore. 

Contact Jane to arrange your initial session and to start your therapy journey.


Your mental wellbeing is everything – trust us to take good care of yours.