The process of separating, divorcing, or dissolving a civil partnership can be particularly challenging, stressful and sometimes lead to irresolvable conflicts. These difficulties can be compounded when arrangements with regards to children, finances and assets become involved – especially if you are finding it impossible to reach a satisfactory conclusion. This can often lead to stress, anger and hostility, which in turn make it more difficult to go through the process of an end in a relationship.
Having the input of a neutral and professional third party can help to smooth this transition. At Psychology Sussex, we will provide a neutral, safe and confidential place from which you can begin the process of navigating whichever particular conflicts you are trying to negotiate. This might be either through couple’s therapy or it may be that you feel that the therapeutic mediation service we provide at Psychology Sussex would be more appropriate. Both of these services can often lead to more satisfactory outcomes than going through stressful legal proceedings that can sometimes feel corrosive and exhausting. Recent changes in the law now stipulate that you must consider mediation before bringing a case to court. This process can also be more expedient than a lengthy legal process and can minimise the prospect of negative consequences your separating can have on your children.
We will agree a focus with you in the initial meeting/s and work alongside you to support you with the particular difficulty it is you are having. Do not hesitate to contact now to speak to one of our team about how it is Psychology Sussex may be able to help you.