We specialise in providing relationship therapy for individuals, partners and couples, and are inclusive of gender, sexual and relationship diversity. We warmly welcome all and have a large team of therapists including bilingual therapists. Our qualified relationship therapists and counsellors have undertaken a specialist 2-year postgraduate diploma training in relationship therapy. We additionally offer reduced-fee sessions with therapists-in-training who are undertaking their postgraduate diploma training.
A relationship therapist helps people work through a wide range of issues they may be experiencing in their relationship. They also help to work on enhancing relationships, explore dating and relationship styles, and to understand more about what someone might like from a relationship. Relationship therapy (sometimes referred to as couples counselling or marriage counselling) is available for individuals, their partners and couples in all relationship configurations and sexual orientations.
Relationship difficulties can be very distressing, and people often struggle with how to resolve them. Navigating them involves understanding where they are coming from, looking at different perspectives, values and behaviours and identifying ways that the needs of each can be met while considering both relationship and personal contentment.
As with psychosexual therapy, relationship therapy can help people understand where issues originate and facilitate discussion and exploration to identify solutions in a safe, impartial, non-judgemental and confidential environment.