Relationship Counselling & Marriage Therapy
I offer online and clinical couples counselling and marriage therapy to individuals and couples. I am located in Malvern, near Glen Iris, Camberwell, Hawthorn, Ashburton and Caulfield – accessible to all Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. If you have a need to get individual, couples, marriage or relationship advice and support, contact me. Don't wait any longer. By waiting too long, you risk your issues or relationship getting worse. I am happy to have an informal and obligation free chat with you over the phone. My hours are flexible and if needed I can see you after hours and on Saturdays.
Relationship, couples and marriage counselling are very specific areas of psychotherapy designed to rescue relationships. My specialised couples training and extensive clinical experience in this field will ensure that you receive the most suitable and appropriate support to meet your specific relationship needs.
Online Counselling Therapy
Most relationship issues can also be addressed and resolved successfully using online counselling. Online counselling is a convenient, safe and confidential option for my clients. After hours online sessions are available and save the need for parents to arrange child minding.
Experience in Couple and Relationship Therapy
Over the past 20 years I have worked with individuals, couples and families to counsel and support them to resolve their relationship and marriage issues.
Couple Support with Parenting
I am also a trained Parent Educator and have run many successful parenting courses around Melbourne. I have helped many couples to develop and enhance their parenting skills. Parents are empowered by developing their strategies to encourage children to be more resilient, confident and happy.
Couple and Marriage Counselling Areas of Focus
Couple issues which I can help you with include:
- Communication problems
- Frequent arguments and conflict
- Partner hostility or emotional disconnect
- Lack of intimacy
- Disagreements about Parenting and Disciplining
- Arguments about your partner's excessive social activities
- Problems around money and spending
- Dealing with grief and bereavement
- Life Transitions such as:
- having a baby
- children growing up
- looking after grandchildren
- dealing with retirement
How to have a good life, wellbeing and good health….
A recent 75-year longitudinal Harvard University study, spanning many generations, recently came up with an overwhelming conclusion. Robert Waldinger (the director of this study) and his research team found that to achieve a good and happy life, (unlike the expectations of many young people surveyed), it is not fame, wealth, hard work and high achievement that makes you happy in the long term. Instead, what makes people have a good life and enjoy better health and live longer is having good and close relationships. The research also proved that having good and strong relationships is not only good for our bodies but is also good for our mental health.
If you feel your relationship with your partner is not what you had hoped for. If you are often in conflict with one another or drifting apart, it is time to act and get help. It is possible to transform your relationship and your life. Most likely you will need help by an expert such as myself. I urge you not to waste any time. Contact me and reach out for help. So much is at stake if you delay too long.
Contact Me for an Obligation Free Chat
If you have a need to get individual, couple, marriage or relationship advice and support, contact me. Don't wait any longer. By waiting too long, you risk your issues or relationship getting worse. I am happy to have an informal and obligation free chat with you over the phone. My hours are flexible and if needed I can see you after hours and on Saturdays.
You don’t need a doctor’s referral to see me.