Relationship Counselling in the New Forest With Jim Handley in Lymington

Intensive Couples Counselling

I offer intensive therapy for couples who want to resolve issues in a short space of time. This might be for logistical reasons – you might have little time available – or you might feel there is an issue in your life or relationship which urgently needs addressing.

For those living locally I offer two hour visits, two or three times a week.

Intensive therapy is also ideal for those living outside the area, or abroad, who may want to combine it with a break in the New Forest. My practice is based in Lymington, one of the premier sailing centres in the country, with the beautiful New Forest National Park all around us. You can stay locally and work with me on a daily basis. This can be overnight, over two or three days or for a week.

For couples, being away together and allowing time to be with each other in a new environment and away from the usual pressures is part of the process of resolving the difficulties in your relationship.

As an experienced and highly-trained therapist I have a great deal of skill in working with couples in this way. In my experience the extended periods of therapy are powerful and effective in bringing about lasting change. I have had couples come to me who have separated or are on the brink of parting and who, after intensive therapy, feel better about themselves and the relationship and are able to find a way forward together. For many of those in a relationship intensive therapy has enabled them to feel empowered and to respond to one another effectively.

I charge for intensive therapy at my standard hourly rate.

For more information on Couples Counselling and the way that I work or to book an appointment, please email me or phone, using the links at the right-hand side of the page.

"Working intensively with Jim was life-changing. After only a few sessions my husband and I were able to stop arguing and begin to listen to one another and to say things that we were never able to say to one another or talk about before."



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