Couples therapy

I use a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approach (CBTC) for couples therapy.

How does it work?

Firstly, I like to see each person individually to obtain a history.  We will then arrange to meet either weekly or fortnightly together after that.  

 I can work with any consenting (age 18 and above) couple irrespective of background, belief or sexual orientation.   I am as committed as you are to help you achieve a healthy, loving and respectful relationship.

Contact me with any questions

Many thanks for your message. I will respond as soon as possible.

You are not alone

  • 26% individuals who had separated had talked with their GP.

  • Only 50% of those who had separated had been for relationship counselling often reporting they had "left it too late"

  • (Relationships matter, 2010)

  • Women tend to less satisfied than men

  • Most common source of strain were found to be financial worries, work/life balance and infidelity

  • People with children/teenagers are more likely to argue

  • Honesty, committment and communication are rated as the most important factors in a relationship

  • 42% of marriages end in divorce

  • Around half of divorces occur in first 10 years

  • Divorce rateis highest for 40-44 year olds

  • 48% of people who divoce have one child under 16 living at home

  • Civil partnerships are less likely to break down after 4 years

Daisy Therapy CBT Practice, Kent
Daisy Therapy, Rochester, Kent, UK

CBT that works

based in the Highlands of Scotland, but within reach of wherever you are in the UK via zoom or teams

Jane Watkins, BABCP Accredited Cognitive Psychotherapist

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for children, teenagers, young people & adults