Couple's counselling is based on the premise that individuals and their problems are best handled within the context of the couple's relationship. Typically, both partners in the relationship attend the counselling session to discuss the couple's specific issues. The aim of couple's counseling is to help a couple deal appropriately with their immediate problems and to learn better ways of relating in general. Couples therapy or couple's counselling is a useful modality of help for couples who are experiencing difficulties such as repetitive arguments, feelings of distance or emptiness in the relationship, pervasive feelings of anger, resentment and or dissatisfaction or lack of interest in affection or in a physical relationship with one another (Center for Addiction and Mental Health: Couple therapy: Factors influencing a couple's relationship). Three of our psychologists have specifically trained in Marriage and Family Counselling and are here to help couples get their relationships back on track. With the aid of a qualified clinician, couples can bring peace, stability and communication back into their relationship; thus, affecting their lives and the lives of those most impacted by them and their relationship.