Couple counselling with Olivia Rowlatt

Welcome...

Are you feeling frustrated, angry, hurt or disappointed

in your relationship? Could couple counselling, marriage guidance or psychosexual therapy help you?

I specialise in

couple counselling helps. be happy together. make it count. love your partner. life is so busy. be happy now. how is your relationship? are you arguing? resolve your communication issues. try sex therapy. have more fun together.

Relationship counselling

Relationship counselling providing couples with guidance in a safe, warm, welcoming space. Discover different ways of communicating and being together.

couple counselling works. so does psychosexual therapy. it helps. try now. try today. let you partner know how you feel. any sexual issues? explore your communication issues. what is going on in your life? does that make you sad? what needs to change? develope new habits.

Sex therapy

Sex therapy helping couples create an enjoyable, satisfying, enriching sex life. Problems with sex and intimacy can provide opportunities for couples to grow together.

Specialist Couple Counselling

couple counselling can be weekly. make time to talk. a one off appointment can benefit. what will make you happier?

For over 14 years I have been a couple counsellor. I specialise in psychosexual therapy. My private practice caters for clients from Bath, Bristol, and Wiltshire. I am the psychosexual therapist for the Royal United Hospital, Bath.

Please contact me. See if I can help with your relationship or sexual issues. Check out COSRT my accrediting body.

The following concerns and many more are helped by couple counselling and sex therapy:

  • Sexual issues
  • Infidelity
  • Poor communication
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Arguments
  • Family tensions
  • Commitment
  • Divorce and separation
  • LGBT issues

Please feel free to contact me to discuss whether couple counselling can help in your situation.

Consider the following:

Relationships are challenging. Living intimately with another person means you will have conflict occasionally.

All couples will get stuck at various points in their relationships, because all relationships are going to pose new and difficult challenges at times.

If you want to develop a strong, healthy relationship, you will need to struggle with yourself, in order to figure out how you want to handle the differences, conflicts, and disappointments that are part of being in a relationship.

Stuck points can be painful, but they give you the opportunity to get better at handling the tough parts of relationships and life.

You never need to wait for your partner to change before you put forth effort to turn things around. You can make positive changes in your relationship on your own, without waiting for your partner to make a move.

Relationship and sexual issues are often connected. If you are having sexual difficulties it is also useful to think about how you communicate, and your feelings about relationships.