Couple Relationship

What I do is to help individuals rediscover what they have lost in their relationships and show them in a practical way how to create helpful ways of responding to their own and other’s vulnerability.

The word couple can mean different things to different people. We use the word couple to describe when two people meet, fall in love and form a trusting relationship that creates a bond between them that includes intimacy.

When a partner has had an affair, this can trigger feelings of disappointment, frustration, betrayal and insecurity. What I do is to help them decide whether to stay together or separate, look at the strong beliefs they hold about how relationship should be and come to terms with their situation.

You know partners can experience loss of affection, care, intimacy and closeness in their relationship. What I do is to help them rediscover what they have lost and show them in a practical way how to create helpful ways of responding to each other’s vulnerability.

Survey | Couple Relationships

ALL the couples sampled realised that they needed to seek help to work on their couple relationship issues, rather than suffer alone.

Seven out of ten couples felt that talking to someone else would be of benefit.

One third appreciated the need to move from their stuck position, to stop blaming, to find common ground or compromise and realised the need to build trust and to work together towards forgiveness.

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ALL the couples sampled realised that they needed to seek help to work on their couple relationship issues, rather than suffer alone.

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Seven out of ten couples felt that talking to someone else would be of benefit.

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One third appreciated the need to move from their stuck position, to stop blaming, to find common ground or compromise and realised the need to build trust and to work together towards forgiveness.

  • Seek help 100%
  • Work on issues 100%
  • Talk 70%
  • You are not alone 30%
  • Feeling stuck 20%
  • Stop blaming 40%
  • Compromise 30%
  • Build trust and forgiveness 30%

If you can relate to some of the challenges above, all you have to do is call 07936 88 11 50 to see what difference this would make, as you have nothing to loose and a lot to gain.

“Victoria, it is good to know that you are there.”

Mr. and Mrs M
Civil Service

Victoria Sharman (MSc, P.G. dip, BA, Cert. Supv.)

I am a qualified counsellor with over 20 years experience offering counselling services to couples and families in relationship breakdown caused by a variety of factors. I am renowned for my professionalism, effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills as well as problem solving skills. Through my psychotherapist skills, I have helped many couples understand the causes of their relationship challenges and helped guide them to find solutions that best suit their specific situation.

As an accredited member of the Professional Standards Authority, I work within the BACP and UKCP ethical codes of good practice. This is an accredited register set up by the Government to improve standards and safety of public members accessing counselling services.

Contact Victoria Sharman to book a short conversation to find out how she can best support and empower you

To find out more & contact us on
0208 933 3040 | 07936 881150
victoria@v2recovery.co.uk