Counselling therapy for supporting couples in conflict. Whether you have been experiencing unhappiness or conflict in your relationship due to trauma or other negative forces, there is unlikely to be a greater erosional force on your health. Relationship conflict with your partner impacts on your own and each others health. It affects your ability to work, impacts on your children and pets, affects other family members and friends.
It is fair to say that anyone who has been going through these difficulties for over six months without significant improvement will be suffering with Depression, without necessarily even being aware of it. These issues quite often impact upon the lives of an entire family.
Boranup Forest Retreat’s hollistic approach to dealing with such scenarios encompasses working intensively over several days to address these barriers. Traditional counselling models of going once per week often do not even penetrate the surface of deep existing pain and disconnection. In some cases we advocate involving friends and other family members to effectively address complex conflicts. The retreat can facilitate accommodating many people to address such scenarios.
Where major discomfort would be caused through direct exposure to other parties involved, we can utilise video conferencing or just phone calls to involve third parties. Input from such third parties, whether friends or family members, can be vital in successful resolution of conflicts.
In addition, having massage therapists attend the retreat is a highly beneficial component to making progress with counselling issues. It can be quite transformational to see what impacts a massage can do to releasing tension that has formed in these relationships. Progress is often enhanced in undertaking relationship counselling utilising massage as a catalyst to enhance negotiations.
Complementing this hollistic approach is our environment. We may start the process sitting down in a consultation room, however, the goal will always be to get walking and talking. Our surrounding forest and beaches will provide a deeper level of support to rehabilitate and heal the wounds that may become open in addressing conflicts of complex nature.