Is your relationship going through a difficult time?

Are you always fighting over the same things?

Feeling let down or betrayed?

Relationship counselling provides a confidential and supportive forum where you can safely discuss your concerns, feel heard, and reconnect with each other in a more loving and desirable way.  

Everyone has their own idea of what a healthy and happy relationship looks like. 

But ultimately, all healthy relationships are based on a strong connection, good communication, and a solid foundation of trust. Conflict usually arises when we experience issues in one or more of these areas. 

If you’re experiencing relationship difficulties, it’s often hard to admit and discuss with others. Especially when our social media feeds are filled with happy snaps of smiling couples on date nights or celebrating milestone anniversaries. 

Or maybe you don’t have a supportive or non judgemental person to confide in. 

But you don’t have to struggle through it alone. Even healthy relationships experience conflict and challenges and require hard work at times. 

So if you’re feeling lonely or distressed right now, it’s okay. The first step is to acknowledge there’s a problem and seek support from a couples counsellor.  

Together, we can:

  • discuss the areas of stress
  • form new strategies to improve trust
  • pinpoint effective ways to communicate
  • develop new relationship goals

Regardless of how you feel at the moment, it IS possible to repair hurt and rebuild relationships when both parties are committed. With couples counselling, we provide support and tools to help you find your way back to a stronger relationship with healthier ways to cope in the future.

Is your partner refusing professional support? While relationship counselling is best when both parties attend, individual relationship counselling can be just as helpful if one party isn’t as keen.


Feel free to contact us on 0404 032 636 to set up a FREE confidential 15 minute phone consultation to chat about your concerns and the best approach from here.

Alternatively, you can book online now

If you’re interested in finding out more about what happens in relationship and marriage counselling you can read the FAQ here.

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People seek relationship counselling for a wide variety of reasons:

  • Ineffective communication
  • Infidelity
  • Financial stress
  • Illness
  • Mental health issues
  • Extended family
  • Parenting issues
  • Unresolved conflict
  • Addiction
  • Domestic violence

A good relationship requires different things from different people. Most would agree that a healthy, loving relationship should have respect, companionship, mutual emotional support, sexual expression, economic security, and sometimes childrearing. Understanding each partner’s wants, needs, and desires in these areas can close any gaps you may be experiencing.

Ultimately, most people will want different things and communicating to each other and finding ways to move forward is key to a successful relationship to work.

Relationship support and understanding to help you get back on track


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Are you going through a difficult time?

Feeling overwhelmed, confused and/or unhappy?

Struggling to manage the situation or cope with difficult feelings on your own?



Are you struggling in your home environment?

Are the everyday stressors and/or frequent conflict getting you and the family down?

Are you finding it challenging navigating the different stages of family life and/or being on the same team with parenting?


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Is your relationship going through a difficult time?

Are you always fighting over the same things?

Feeling let down or betrayed?


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For students and established counsellors and therapists.
Individual and group sessions available



Contact me on 0404 032 636 to set up a FREE

confidential 15 minute phone consultation

(In 15 minutes, we can discuss your concerns and how my services can assist you with effective ways of coping)