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Welcome to LGBT Couples Therapy

One of the Largest, Most Trusted, Online Couples Counsellors In The UK

  • LGBT Couples Therapy

    Professional support for every type of relationship

    Instant Online Booking and Guaranteed Appointment Times

    Marriage Guidance
  • Appointments Available 7 Days a Week 8.00am-8.00pm

    At a Time and Place Convenient to You

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    Marriage Counselling
  • Our Highly Experienced LGBT Couple Therapists Are Here To Help

    Instant Online Booking at a Time to Suit You

    Relationship counselling

Why Use Us?

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    The Marriage Experts

    We Have Helped Hundreds of Couples Achieve Their Goals

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    Fully Qualified

    BACP. BSC (hons) Psychology. CPCAB

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    Experienced

    We Can Help You See Things More Clearly

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    Online Sessions

    Evening & Weekend Appointments Available

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    Confidential

    A Safe Place to Talk In Confidence

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    Approachable

    We Are Warm, Non-Judgemental & Understanding

LGBT Couples Therapy



There is a wider acceptance of difference in the UK nowadays. However, evidence still suggests that people in the LGBT community are more likely to have to work harder to maintain their mental health. There are still many challenges to face for gay men, lesbians and people from the LGBTQ community living in a heteronormative culture. This is where LGBT couple therapy can help.

It is probably no great surprise that emotional intimacy is a goal for all couples regardless of gender orientation. Both same-sex and heterosexual couples tend to want better communication, the sharing of values, the desire to feel heard, understood and supported by their partners

However, internalised shame and guilt as a result of concealing sexual orientation may negatively impact how comfortable many same-sex partners feel expressing emotional intimacy. Also, for too many same-sex partners, the strain of living with uncertainty and inconsistent messages about societal acceptance about their right to marry has taken its toll both socially and psychologically. These messages have often led to confusion amongst gay and lesbian couples who might struggle with whether to embrace the ‘typical’ symbols of heteronormative commitment

Our LGBT couples’ therapists are aware of the common differences in regard to the issues that get layered into the relationship experiences due to sexual identity. Additionally, the problems that commonly occurring in gay and lesbian relationships, such as commitment stages, norms regarding monogamy and differing levels of HIV risks, that are not generally present for heterosexual couples.

So if you are experiencing problems in your relationship and could use some professional help to get you back on track. We provide LGBT couples therapy via Zoom, with have availability as soon as tomorrow.

How LGBT Couples Therapy Can Help

Have you been feeling disconnected from your partner or spouse? Do you miss having safe, genuine, intimate communication? Are you worried that you’re growing apart from each other, having less sex or no sex at all and don’t know how to bridge the physical and emotional gap?

Good relationships are central to our enjoyment of life. Good communication skills are the foundation of good relationships. Without the ability to talk honestly and compassionately about the more vulnerable aspects of our relationships, our relationships become more limited and unsatisfactory

During LGBT couples’ therapy you will learn new skills about how to communicate on difficult topics with your partner in a way that brings you closer together rather than further apart.

Online couples’ therapy is a highly effective way for you to address and resolve your relationship issues. It provides a convenient, safe and confidential space for you to work through your relationship challenges with the help of a professional couple Therapist.

It can feel like a big step taking the decision to talk to someone else about the issues in your relationship, especially as one of you might be resistant to counselling. However, rest assured; couples’ therapy is not about who is right or wrong, it's about open discussion and helping you both trying to achieve the outcome you want.

Our LGBT couple therapists have helped hundreds of couples resolve the issues between them in a calm, amicable way. We provide understanding, support, advice and guidance to enable you to move forward more positively, unless you explicitly tell us you would like help to separate.

If you would like some professional help for your relationship then please book an appointment with us today

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Common Relationship Problems

  • Stuck Relationship
  • Stale Relationship
  • Infidelity of affairs
  • Separation or Divorce
  • Intimacy problems
  • Impact of pornography
  • Jealousy or Insecurity

Our Marriage Counselling Fees Via Zoom

£70 (Per Couple)
A Full Hour Session

Onlline Marriage Counselling

£60 (Individual)
A Full Hour Session

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What People Say About Us

  • Kaye Barney

    I have recently been helped by Kaye Barney and through my sessions I can honestly say I have felt improvement. She helped create a open and friendly platform in which we could discuss the relevant topics that helped ease my overall stress and anxiety. I would recommend Kaye very highly and I would not hesitate to book further sessions if I felt the need. I would also recommend the online sessions and found them far less stressful that adding extra travel to my day.

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    Nik Edwards

  • Kay Doherty

    We both found the counselling with Kay Doherty really helpful in getting us to really talk and really listen I’d happily use it again.

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    Anonymous

  • Madeleine Kingsley

    I initially went to meet with Madeleine for marriage guidance therapy.  Madeleine was understanding, supportive and empathetic to our needs.  She was a rock through the most difficult times in my life; always available with sage advice and guidance even when it wasn’t easy to hear. Her quick wit makes her easy to open up to, effortlessly building relationships.

    Since finishing my regular sessions we keep in touch and I have recommended her to friends, family and even clients. 

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  • Kay Doherty

    If you are looking for a great counsellor then Kay is the person you need to see. Without her me and my partner would not have been able to make the steps we have. Her support and guidance is greatly appreciated and we thank her for everything.

    Many thanks

     

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    Lucy and Tom

  • Kay Doherty 

    We had never used counselling of any kind in the past so we found the whole process of finding someone we can speak with quite challenging. We ideally wanted to meet with someone face to face but soon realised that everyone was busy, so searched for an on-line appointment.

    Ours was a private relationship matter, we had no one to talk to but each other so when we met Kay we were hoping for a good listener, independent advice, someone with experience who appreciated what we were going through.

    Kay was exactly what we needed, she listened to both of us, sometimes each in turn and sometimes to both of us together as we opened up about our individual journeys. She is very experienced, so settled our nerves that what we were experiencing was normal each of us at different stages and with different issues to resolve.

    After weekly on-line calls over a period of three months, Kay helped us get to the bottom of our issues and guided us to think about what we were doing, improve communication and better listening. We took on board the feedback and gradually we started working together on the same side as opposed to working against each other.

    We would highly recommend Kay as a Couples Therapist and if we do falter, we would instantly go back to Kay for more help.

     

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  • Denese MacDonald

    Dear Denese, we really have learned a lot about our relationship through our sessions with you . After 40 years we were happy but taking each other for granted . The bigger issues were not a problem , but the smaller irritations were magnifying for a very long time .

    You helped us understand that small changes can make a very big difference , and to simply let things go ! Your counselling is insightful , calm and patient  Talking things through with you as an impartial counsellor who did not criticise us has been very beneficial .

    Thanks so much Denese .

     

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    Mr and Mrs Bowditch

  • Kathy Hoggart

    Kathy Hoggart is amazing! With Kathy’s help my husband and I are back ‘on track’. Kathy reassured us that both of our feelings count and because of this Kathy gained our trust instantly. Kathy quickly helped us to identify what could be causing our issues and how we can use simple techniques and solutions to resolve/manage/accept them.

    Kathy had a very thoughtful approach throughout our sessions so that they were well planned and logical but also free flowing and flexible and without her being overbearing or dictating the pace. We had quick exercises that we willingly did in between our sessions that also really helped with our conversation during them. The support Kathy gave us to resolve our issues was superb. The tips and encouragement Kathy gave us helped us to work well together during the sessions. We were also able to work independently so that we made good progress from one session to the next. We are still using those tips now and we still remind each other when we need to of the wonderful guidance Kathy gave so that we can continue to benefit from it whenever we need to.

    Thank you Kathy

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    Jacqueline B

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