Relationship Counselling

While working with couples or groups, I place particular importance on attempting to balance the interests of each individual with those of the couple or group as a whole. Importantly, I do not necessarily see it as my goal to attempt to keep couples or groups together, but rather to facilitate a process whereby each individual is able to weigh up his or her own goals and needs with those of the relationship and ultimately determine his or her own level of investment in the relationship.

There are a range of reasons why people seek relationship counselling. After asking questions and determining each person's goals, I might encourage exploration of issues such as: each person's reasons for being in the relationship; perceptions of power, control, fairness and status; various aspects of intimacy; perceptions of the balance between closeness and independence; the impact of cultural and extended family influences; and conflict and communication skills.

Relationship counselling can be for individuals, couples, friends, family members, and for people with any sexual orientation. 



12 Wellington Pde East Melbourne 3002

& 654 Bell St Preston 3072


Call or text:   0407 840 669



Please note that I am not available for assistance outside of session times, except for arranging appointments.

For after-hours assistance please contact Lifeline telephone counselling service on 13 11 14 and in an emergency please call 000.