Marriage Counselling
In Calgary

Marriage Counselling
in Calgary

From Just Surviving to a Thriving Relationship

Calgary Marriage Counselling
Helps Form Stronger Bonds

Marriage counselling in Calgary is about mutual understanding, acceptance, and compromise. Our Calgary clinical psychologists focus on the needs of the couple, including discussions around post-marital life, intimacy, religious or cultural differences, and more. We assist partners in learning to observe their actions from the other’s perspective. Our services are effective for developing communication strategies and avoiding unnecessary or unhelpful confrontations. We also provide relationship assessments, questionnaires and other approaches to bring insight and compassion into the relationship.

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Is It For Me?

Marriage counselling is most effective for couples who find themselves struggling with one or more of the following issues:
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Unrealistic
Expectations

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Poor
Communication

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Poor Conflict
Resolution

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Decreased
Compatibility

Does Marriage Counselling Really Work?

Marriage counselling requires a commitment and willingness to work from both partners. Couples with the wisdom to invest the time to determine if their marriage can be improved are typically willing to change and grow. We provide the platform for both sides to begin the process of mutual understanding and the tools to strengthen their bonds. This allows both individuals to express themselves honestly, strengthening the relationship and giving their partner insight into paths toward improvement.

Ask Us About
Telepsychology Services

As the only group of Calgary psychologists with an office in every quadrant of the city, we’re doing our best to be as accessible as possible. As an added measure of convenience, we also offer services via distance, including the option for telephone or secure video appointments.

You Can Overcome

Direct Billing

We believe in removing barriers to accessing treatment. We can direct bill many major insurance companies to ensure your experience with us is more convenient and stress-free.

Our Care Approach

Our care approach for marriage counselling in Calgary starts with you. The process begins when you book an appointment with one of our psychologists, or request a match based on your treatment goals. At your first session, we learn about you, your relationship and the goals of your treatment. Next, we evaluate your relationship to offer specific, evidence-based recommendations. This approach empowers us to focus on what truly matters for your situation. We have various treatment methods that allow us to provide personalized feedback. Overall, we are here to support your commitment to improving your circumstances and relationship, for the ultimate benefit of your growth and development.

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What You Can Discover
On the Other Side

Marriage counselling in Calgary can address issues of miscommunication or misaligned goals. It is important to seek help when the problems begin as conflicts tend to grow when left unmanaged. Although hardship or disagreements may be a normal part of a relationship, partners and their psychologists can develop long-term strategies that impact them in meaningful ways. On the other side of counselling, couples learn to overcome challenges and build a deeper sense of devotion to one another. The Lionheart Psychology Group believes that love, compassion and mutual respect are worth nurturing through effective therapy and support.

The perspective of an unbiased professional can offer deeper insight and a fresh look at your situation. This can be helpful for working through “unwinnable” arguments and assisting in having both partners consider fresh and different perspectives.

No. One partner can benefit from marriage counselling by learning specific techniques, such as coping strategies or self-control skills. In the long run, however, the involvement of both partners is often most beneficial.

You can expect open and honest conversation with your psychologist and help with developing strategies to strengthen your relationship.