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Tanya Thompson

Herne Bay Practice

Couple Counselling Herne Bay Kent

My name is Tanya Thompson and I’m a UKCP Registered psychoanalytic psychotherapist based at Relationship Counselling Herne Bay. I have extensive experience working within the NHS and private practice, working with individuals, couples and families.

Couples therapy provides an opportunity to work through relationship difficulties and to explore the origin of the conflicts we might be facing. Often we can find ourselves in trouble when negative repetitive patterns of relating develop, and we feel stuck in certain dynamics not knowing how to bring about change.

As an experienced therapist I am warm, non-judgmental and able to provide a supportive and safe space for these difficulties to be named, processed and worked through. Often problematic modes of communication surface within the context of therapy, in both the content of what we say, how we say it, but also in just how we are with each other. As an objective other I am well placed to be able to recognise these relationship patterns as they surface in our work together.

Within the therapy we will consider both individual difficulties but also what is being played out between the couple, and to sensitively help you to think about more useful ways of communicating your needs effectively. Feeling heard and understood results in improvements in personal relationships and how you feel about yourself, and self in relation to others. This should result in your relationship developing, becoming stronger and ultimately more fulfilling.

I offer couple counselling Herne Bay, marriage counselling Herne Bay and family consultation for any type of relationship and all kinds of problems.

If you would like to make an appointment to come and see me at Relationship Counselling Herne Bay, please do contact me at Relationship Counselling Kent now.

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