Neil Wilkie is a relationship expert and qualified psychotherapist, with an extensive business background. After three failed attempts at traditional relationship counselling during an earlier marriage he saw the need for more focused and supportive counselling.
He’s since worked with hundreds of couples over the last ten years to help them move from a place of despair and unhappiness to one of closeness and harmony. The common themes and patterns that emerged during these sessions with couples provides the foundation for The Relationship Paradigm, his extraordinary approach that is proven to reconnect couples who have drifted apart.
Neil is a qualified Behavioural Psychotherapist who takes an integrative approach to his work. He creates a unique experience which is right for each client and their specific situation by blending his training and expertise in a wide range of approaches. This is different to many other psychotherapists who often have a single approach.
He is trained in: Counselling, Coaching, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Systemic Constellations, Clean Language, Clean Space, Symbolic Modelling, Transactional Analysis, Gestalt Psychotherapy. He is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts. member of The Association of Coaching, Association of NLP and has organisational membership of BACP, The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Neil also has many years of experience in business as a CEO and MD, and now provides Executive Coaching to CEO’s and MD’s. He is a non-Exec Chairman to several businesses.
Neil regularly contributes on Relationships to a range of publications including:
Our purpose is to help couples develop loving and fulfilling relationships with each other.
We know that relationships need to be nurtured.
Couples often assume that things will stay the same, despite the passage of time and changes in life. Not all are able to recognise when things have changed for the worse.
We are here to help you recognise what needs to change and support you through this.