Relationship Therapy

Smart people come for help before marriage (pre-marital counseling), or before increasing their commitment (planning to live together, marry or have children). Researches show that to make relationship last, couples must become better friends, learn to manage conflict, and create ways to support each other’s hopes for the future.

Most couples seek help when one or both partners feel misunderstood and/or deeply disappointed. Each person may have the sense that s/he is no longer part of an understanding relationship.

In our clinic, we have highly qualified therapists who can help you and your partner to overcome your issues that you face.

Our assessment of the relation is done over 3 sessions,

Where the therapist meet both couple on the first session and give them an assessment questionnaire which gives an indication about areas of strength and weakness of relationship,

Second session is an individual  session where each couple sits around 45 minutes with therapist,

3rd assessment session is called contracting session where therapist explains the result of questionnaire & assessment and explain therapy plan.


Our method help partner to

§  Increase respect, affection, and closeness.

§  Break through and resolve conflict when they feel stuck.

§  Generate greater understanding between partners.

§  Keep conflict discussions calm.




The therapist uses a questionnaire with couples as a method for learning the strengths and challenges of a relationship and to determine a proper treatment plan.

This questionnaire is composed of 480 questions about everything in the relationship such as friendship, intimacy, emotions, conflict, values, and trust, as well as parenting, housework, finance, individual areas of concern and more.

On average, it takes between 1-2 hours to complete the questionnaire. It varies based on your responses, the complexity of relationship dynamics and the optional use of comments areas to provide additional information about the relationship.

All you have to do is accepting your therapist’s invitation by email and create your private profile (it will be separated from your partner profile) it will only be available to your therapist. After completing the questionnaire, your therapist will review your scores and the analysis of you relationship, then discuss the results with you and suggest a treatment plan for improving and strengthening your relationship.





1.Build Love Maps:

How well do you know your partner’s inner psychological world, his or her history, worries, stresses, joys, and hopes?

2.Share Fondness and Admiration:

The antidote for contempt, this level focuses on the amount of affection and respect within a relationship. (To strengthen fondness and admiration, express appreciation and respect.)

3.Turn Towards:

State your needs, be aware of bids for connection and respond to (turn towards) them. The small moments of everyday life are actually the building blocks of relationship.

4.The Positive Perspective:

The presence of a positive approach to problem-solving and the success of repair attempts.

5.Manage Conflict:

We say “manage” conflict rather than “resolve” conflict, because relationship conflict is natural and has functional, positive aspects. Understand that there is a critical difference in handling perpetual problems and solvable problems.

6.Make Life Dreams Come True:

Create an atmosphere that encourages each person to talk honestly about his or her hopes, values, convictions and aspirations.

7.Create Shared Meaning:

Understand important visions, narratives, myths, and metaphors about your relationship.


This is the state that occurs when a person knows that his or her partner acts and thinks to maximize that person’s best interests and benefits, not just the partner’s own interests and benefits. In other words, this means, “my partner has my back and is there for me.”


This means believing (and acting on the belief) that your relationship with this person is completely your lifelong journey, for better or for worse (meaning that if it gets worse you will both work to improve it). It implies cherishing your partner’s positive qualities and nurturing gratitude by comparing the partner favorably with real or imagined others, rather than trashing the partner by magnifying negative qualities, and nurturing resentment by comparing unfavorably with real or imagined others.