Clinical Psychologists
Sydney CBD, Wynyard

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Marriage Counselling and Relationship Therapy in Sydney

Our Specialist Couples Clinic can help address conflict, poor communication, infidelity, sexual problems and loss of love in a relationship.

According to research, most couples wait on average 7 years before seeking help. However, living under relationship stress can permanently damage our relationship; lower our self esteem, and impact our mood and daily performance.

Specialist Relationship Counselling will help you make relationship decisions and resolve ongoing conflicts by uncovering unhelpful beliefs, patterns of communication and behaviour within the relationship.

Read more about our approach on our Specialist Couples Clinic page.

Individual Relationship Therapy and Help for Break Ups

Seeing a psychologist on our own can help us become more skilful in our relationships and make better relationship decisions.

Therapy can help us:
Uncover our unhelpful relationship beliefs
Teach us new ways to interpret the actions of others
Improve communication of our needs and feelings
Change problematic conflict patterns
Help us set better boundaries
Choose better relationships.

For those of us who have recently experienced a Break-Up, psychological therapy can help you recover from your distress, and process your relationship and Break-Up experience in a way that will enhance your self-esteem and positively impact future relationships.

Relationship difficulties are not limited to romantic relationships. We can help those who are unhappily single; disappointed by friends; having difficulty or conflict with family; or who are feel bullied or unhappy with a working relationship.

Relationship therapy can help with:
Relationship staleness or dissatisfaction, loss of loving feelings.
Conflict and communication breakdown.
Jealousy and mistrust.
Problems with commitment.
Infidelity / affairs - including difficulties with guilt or confusion; to help re-establish the relationship; or assist a peaceful relationship end.
Unresolvable differences - e.g. in parenting, financial attitudes, time, ambitions, interests, personal styles, attitudes regarding the division of labour etc.
Emotional baggage - when previous relationship experiences effect a current relationship.
Milestones - adjusting to changes including getting married (pre-marital counselling), having children, retirement or divorce.
Breakups - to help with painful emotions and moving on.
Work relationship difficulties.
Family conflict and difficulties.
Difficulties finding or keeping fulfilling friendships.

Relationship therapy can help with:
Relationship staleness or dissatisfaction, loss of loving feelings.
Conflict and communication breakdown.
Jealousy and mistrust.
Problems with commitment.
Infidelity / affairs - including difficulties with guilt or confusion; to help re-establish the relationship; or assist a peaceful relationship end.
Unresolvable differences - e.g. in parenting, financial attitudes, time, ambitions, interests, personal styles, attitudes regarding the division of labour etc.
Emotional baggage - when previous relationship experiences effect a current relationship.
Milestones - adjusting to changes including getting married (pre-marital counselling), having children, retirement or divorce.
Breakups - to help with painful emotions and moving on.
Work relationship difficulties.
Family conflict and difficulties.
Difficulties finding or keeping fulfilling friendships.

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