Here is what you get:
* 10 modules of training – covering all aspects of relationship work.
· Intake and information gathering…
· Communication skills and tools…
· Cheating and trust issues…
· Goal setting and vision building…
· Connection and intimacy issues…
· Handling cases of abuse or narcissism…
and much much more.
Modules are available online, with added personal guidance via Zoom to answer any questions or queries, as well as live session examples.
* All forms, exercises and resources you need to support and educate your clients.
* Winning Relationships Specialist Therapist Certificate.
* Your profile on the Winning Relationships website.
* Ongoing support through the Winning Relationships community.
Grow your business
Here are just a few of the advantages of being a great relationship counsellor.
* There is a high demand, and relatively few high quality relationship counsellors.
* You don’t need to sell packages.
(A couple who is genuine in their desire to work on their relationship will average around 6 sessions, but often it is more)
* People you see for relationship help will often want to work with you on their own personal issues as well.
* People are very happy to refer friends or family.
One of the main reasons practitioners shy away from working with couples is the idea that there may be a lot of conflict.
Instead, our sessions are structured to be constructive learning and exploring opportunities, rather than times for couples to have arguments.
We see conflict as a symptom of a problem, not the problem - and our objective is to help couples understand where their conflicts are coming from, how they can give each other what they need, and how to connect and communicate effectively.
You will always feel confident and in control.
Utilise your existing knowledge
A relationship is a connection between two individuals.
Each person in the relationship brings with them their own history, their fears, sensitivities and insecurities, and all of this has an effect on a couple’s connection.
When a couple hits problems it also presents an opportunity for individuals to work on themselves.
We often spend time in one-on-one sessions, helping individuals to find their own voice through self-esteem building, dealing with past trauma, personal goal setting etc.
This is where your experience and skills in helping people find clarity and strength can be of great value in your work with relationships.
There is no failure
The goal in relationship counselling is not forcing two people to be together.
Instead, the goal is: To help each individual to be happy.
Our aim is to help each person be who they want to be, and live the life they want to live.
It is natural for people to grow and evolve, and sometimes this means the relationship no longer fits with what one or both people want for their lives – this is not a failure!
If the relationship is no longer viable, we can play a valuable role helping individuals transition into a new structure or new stage of life, and give them information and tools to help set them up for success.