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

Jane Watkins, BABCP Accredited Cognitive Psychotherapist

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for children, teenagers, young people & adults
Professional and effective CBT in the Highlands of Scotland and UK Wide