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    Looking for a marriage relationship counsellor in Sydney

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  • I am a registered psychologist with many years of counselling experience in the field of relationships and fertility issues. In particular my focus is on … View Profile

    I am an experienced relationships counsellor. I am a psychologist in private practice in the Eastern suburbs. I have an interest and expertise in helping couples rekindle their relationship and build a sound marital or relationships house based on mutual trust, interest and goodwill.
    We would begin with more clarity as to what brings you to counselling but your relationship will be moved in a positive direction if this is what you both want.
    My details are or under Beverley Aronstan 0415629096
    Please cntact me for further information.
    Beverley Aronstan

  • Family Therapy is my passion, I worked at Redbank House for 10 years, working intensely with families, primarily with children with behaviour difficulties. Then and … View Profile

    My practice is in Winston Hills, so I guess it depends where you live.
    Ask around your friends, that is where a lot of my referrals come from, a past client who has found my services useful.  I would suggest you check on their experience, some of the bigger organisations use interns and while everyong has to learn somewhere you would probably prefer it was not with you, I know I would.  Best of luck!

    Mary Jane

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    With a passion to see people move forward and break free from the barriers holding them back, Grant is a highly experienced counsellor with over … View Profile

    Mary Jane makes some good points. Just because someone works in a particular place or has a qualification doesn't make them a great therapist. She also mentions interns, we were all interns at one time and therapists need to start somewhere. When i started out I had 1:1 supervision and did some terrific work with my first couple so I'm not so negative on interns. If you go with a reputable organisation like the Salvation army Counselling Services, Relationships Australia, LifeCare etc they have good structrures in place so you can be assured you'll get a counsellor who has passed their standards. Pricing may be a factor, if it is an organisation like above may be the best option. If it isn't then it will come down to location, availability and how well you connect with the counsellor. Different counsellors have different strengths, I'm personally suspect of the ones who are experts in everything. My strength is couples and guys. I connect well with men who don't want to go to counselling. So have a look around and go for it, don't over-think it so you don't act, make some calls and book a time, if you really don't connect with the counsellor find another. All the best. 

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    I am a Melbourne Relationship Counsellor and Family Lawyer who is skilful in helping people get out of the pain of relationship distress and create … View Profile

    I can recommend Laurie MacKinnon and Clinton Power both based in Sydney. I also offer Skype Marriage Counselling from my practice in Melbourne which works very well for people who want the convenience of working from their own home. All the best, Margie Ulbrick

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