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How we can help?
Whether you’re having problems in your relationship or you’d just like to understand your partner better, talking things through with one of our counsellors can make a real difference.
If your family is going through a difficult time at the moment you might find it helpful to talk to a counsellor about what’s going on.
Counselling can help no matter what’s on your mind. If it’s bullying, your parents splitting up, arguments with friends or you’re just feeling a bit low, we’re here to help you deal with it.
Mediation offers a safe, confidential environment for you to make arrangements for the future following the end of a relationship.
If you’re concerned about your sex life or just want to be able to talk more openly with your partner about sex, Sex Therapy can help.
Why Come to Us?
The most experienced relationship counselling service in Britain
We have been helping people to work through their relationship difficulties and reach their own decisions about the best way forward for over 80 years
With the highest standards of training and professional practice
All Relate counsellors complete a two-year, university-level training programme and comply with the code of ethics of the BACP. Once qualified, their performance is supervised and they take part in continuous professional development throughout the year.
Totally confidential, impartial and non-judgemental services
No matter what the problem is, you can talk to us in complete confidence.
Designed with flexibility
If your partner doesn’t want to come with you, or if you are single and having doubts about your ability to form successful new relationships, talk to us! We can help!
Here for everyone
It doesn’t matter if you’re married, living together, single, gay or straight – we’re here to help you.
For every kind of relationship
We can help you, your partner and family with breakups, arguments, affairs, sexual problems, step-families, retirement, new baby… anything that has an effect on your relationships.
As a charity, part of our income goes into our bursary scheme to enable the less fortunate ones to get much-needed help.
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How it works
Step 2: At this first session, the counsellor will ask some questions about you and your partner, your relationship and what you hope to get out of counselling. You will also talk about the best times for your sessions and the type of counselling that is right for you. You might decide to come to counselling with your partner or alone, or a combination of solo and couple sessions. However you experience relationship counselling, you can be reassured that it’s confidential and non-judgemental.
Step 3: Each further counselling session usually lasts 45 minutes to an hour. Your counsellor will ask you questions so that you can talk about what’s going on and how you feel. They may offer you advice or ideas to try at home. Even if you don’t like to talk then they might try different methods like drawing or mapping out your thoughts. It entirely depends on what’s right for you.
Will it work?
Our counsellors provide a caring and supportive environment to help you find a way through any difficulties you may be facing in your relationship.Find out more
We operate at 12 locations across West Surrey, offering a range of relationship services. Find the closest one to you to make an appointment.See all