Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Couple's Therapy

Do ordinary discussions become arguments?

Do you feel lonely even when you are with your spouse or partner?

Are you or your partner struggling to overcome an affair?

Couples In Step Counseling can help.

This is, of course, my wife Irene Oudyk-Suk's Couples Therapy practice in Toronto. Irene has three kinds of opportunities that you can take advantage of. She offers regular therapy on a weekly or biweekly basis.

Irene has also pioneered Intensive Therapy weekends. In this mode, you and our partner will receive 18 hours of therapy over three days. Clients for this service come from all over North America. Irene has spoken to her professional association's international conference about pioneering this approach and is well-recognized for leading these sessions. She is aligned with Emotionally Focussed Therapy as developed by Sue Johnson (check out Sue's book, too, "Hold Me Tight.")

Twice a year Irene also offers fun and engaging weekend marriage retreats for people looking for more insight into their relationship.

Check out Irene's website at

And, share this note on your webpages and Facebook! Having moved from Mississauga to Toronto, Couples In Step could use the links to keep her high page rank for web searches!


  1. I think she has a great program that is very healthy for couples who are having problems with their marriage. Going out and spending time together with the help of a professional is a very good thing.

  2. Rachel, I'm Irene, John's wife. Thanks for this comment of support. I'm only now seeing it, a year after John posted this post. What a sweetheart he is. My biggest supporter.

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