I help couples in Romantic Relationship build strong emotional connection and love

Feeling frustrated, tired, and lonely in the relationship with your spouse or partner?

  • You feel you’re living separate lives and going through the motions of life but you miss ‘us’.

  • Your relationship has become very functional. School runs, bills paid on time, housework and everyone is fed

  • Perhaps there was an event, a family member or a third party that has broken your trust.

  • You’re not able to focus on your work, and perhaps your colleagues have noticed how distracted you are.

  • You’re thinking whether being in this relationship worth it or is it best just to get a divorce. Then you think of the children and guilt overwhelms you. 

You want a better relationship

You want to be heard and seen by your partner

You want the way things use to be but perhaps better

You want your children to have their parent back and become a happy family again.

You want to grow old together like the old couple you see walking hand in hand in the park.

couple counselling

Hi I’m Azah and I help couples talk, reconnect and love again.

I work with couples who want to save their relationship.

I use a counselling modality called emotionally focused therapy. It is structured, evidence based and short term counselling for couples. 

It doesn’t require you to unpack your entire relationship or to get down to the problem to repair it.  


Couple Counselling

What past client's say

Eve filed for divorce because for years her marriage had made her loose her sense of self. She was constantly on edge and it was affecting her work. Counselling was advised to her as the 'final call'.

They were both open to marriage counselling because so much was at stake. After a long journey, the couple recognised and resolved their issues and decided to remain married.

Today they act like teenagers in love to the embarrassment of their own teenagers.

Eve adams
Remmaze's wife found out he was having an affair. During the sessions, they journeyed through the pain together.

They understood how it all went wrong in their relationship and started to make changes to heal and mend.

Today, they live by the beach and added a new baby girl to their growing family.
Rin was unhappy in her marriage. Even though her husband was a very nice man, she felt so alone.

There was no outburst or major fights in their relationship but she felt that although her husband was physically there, he had lost interest in her and their family.

Rin wanted her marriage to work but realised that it was better for her to move on. She is now focused on her career and bringing up her children.

Her children are happy and feel like they have a mini holiday every weekend with their father.
Her children were happy but Sue felt she did not have her husband bringing up the family with her. She felt tired and alone. She tried to let him now but it fell on deal ears.

When Sue had a meltdown did Seth realise there was something wrong. He initiated counselling and made the time to come. Today, Sue has never seen Seth so involved with the children.

He plans date nights and family holidays. But they didn't plan to get pregnant again with their third child.
Sue & Seth

My clients above have generously given me permission to share their story with you with the promise I do not use their actual names.*

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