Relationship Counselling - Marriage Guidance

Relationship Counselling - Marriage Guidance from NVC Resolutions

By: NVC Resolutions  11/09/2009
Keywords: coaching, Counselling, anger management

Are you experiencing conflict in your relationship?
Do you feel stuck in recurring patterns or ways of relating?
Is there a particular issue that is creating disharmony in your relationship?
Are you generally dissatisfied with the level of mutual understanding between you?
Would you like to have more understanding of the dynamics that occur in your relationships?

Daren De Witt of NVC Resolutions offers relationship counselling / marriage guidance in Golders Green, London NW11.

Daren sees relationships as providing an opportunity for us to grow as human beings. This can be challenging and from time to time couples can benefit from counselling to help them move to a level of deeper understanding between each other in their relationship.  In his relationship counselling sessions Daren will support you as a couple to work through your particular issues, and relate to each other in a deeper, more conscious way.

Daren brings many skills to the relationship service he offers you. He has completed a two-year specialist training in Couple Counselling and Relationship Psychotherapy, graduating with a Diploma in Creative Couplework with the Centre for Gender Psychology, with whom he is in regular supervision. He has also studied the Voice Dialogue approach to relationships. He has been practising and teaching Nonviolent Communication since the year 2000, and practicing as a mediator and mediation trainer since 1998.

Visit his website for more information.

Keywords: anger management, coaching, Counselling, Relationships Counselling

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