Looking for professional marital counselling?
Imagine if a professional marriage counsellor contacted you and saved you the time and effort calling people who don't answer their phones or put you on hold only to tell you that they can meet you in a month.
My name is Mark Connelly. I'm a registered psychologist and marriage counsellor based in Kenilworth, Cape Town.
Fill in your details on the form below and I will contact you to arrange marriage counselling. My email or call is a 100% free, no obligation service. It really is this easy!
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What is marital counselling?
Marital counseling is an opportunity for you and your life partner to meet together with a trained professional to focus specifically on your relationship.
Usually this happens when your marriage has suffered some damage, but this does not always need to be the case. For example, I also meet with couples who are planning to get married.
How does marriage counseling work?
You and your partner meet with me on a regular basis. You might choose to meet me for a set number of sessions or over a period of time (3 to 6 months, for example). The first session may take 90 minutes but we will try to work within 60 minute sessions after this.
As a trained facilitator of the process I do not act as a judge, but work to help us to understand what is happening in the relationship and what can be done if you don't want this to continue.
I do this by asking questions and drawing attention to what I see happening. I don't give you advice as there is no 'right' way of doing things. You need to discover what will work for you and your relationship. I will offer suggestions when necessary and you can try these out together.
What if my partner refuses to join me?
We'll discuss how we can go about inviting your partner to join us. If they choose not to participate you may still benefit from the process as you will gain insight into your thoughts, feelings and behaviour. With this kind of understanding you'll also discover ways to make changes in your relationship. Marital counselling may follow at a later stage.