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LET'S TALK BEFORE IT BREAKS

Contact Ginny on 0412 88 2345

ginny@from2to3.com.au

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What is Sandplay Therapy?

When experiencing challenges in your relationship, either from adjusting to your new family dynamic, communicating, or even post-natal depression, there are a variety of therapeutic techniques that can be used to help uncover the underlying issues and to heal. One of...

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The Biggest Myths About Relationship Counselling

As a relationship and couples counsellor, I hear lots of opinions about relationship counselling and most of them are untrue! These opinions are usually informed by depictions of counselling and therapy shown in film or television, or bad news stories told when a...

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5 Ways to Save Your Marriage

I often despair that couples counselling or relationship counselling is only considered when it’s too late to save your marriage. Healthy relationships are the most significant predictor of happiness and life satisfaction, yet are often neglected or taken for granted....

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Why New Parents Need Support

Having a child with your partner is an exciting time in your life but it can also be a very challenging period. Research indicates that marital satisfaction declines during the first 2 years of your child’s life, so if you are feeling unhappy in your relationship you...

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Do You Always Need to Be Right?

“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” – Rumi A very common pattern that I see couples discuss in my counselling room, is the need for one or sometimes both partners to be right. It’s often over something very minor to...

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How Supportive is Your Inner Relationship?

I often have couples come to my office for counselling, where one or both of them feel unsupported by their partner. When I probe a little more into the issue, I sometimes find that it is their expectations of their partner, rather than the support per se, that is...

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Keep Your Love Alive This Valentine’s Day

For many people, Valentine’s Day may seem like a marketing exercise designed to sell flowers and cards. You may feel cynical about it or that romance shouldn’t just happen on one day. However Valentine’s Day can be an excellent way to re-establish some magic and...

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It’s Never Too Late for a New Beginning

As we come to the end of January I am feeling recharged and refreshed. I have been thinking about how we go through cycles in our lives and in our relationships. My numerology friends tell me that 2017 is the start of a new 9 year cycle, so it’s all about starting...

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Why So Many Relationships Break Up Over The Holidays

While you are rushing around during the holidays at social events, how much time and attention are you giving to your relationship? In my individual and couples counselling practice, I have often have clients desperate to book in for an appointment during the...

read more

What is Sandplay Therapy?

When experiencing challenges in your relationship, either from adjusting to your new family dynamic, communicating, or even post-natal depression, there are a variety of therapeutic techniques that can be used to help uncover the underlying issues and to heal. One of...

read more

The Biggest Myths About Relationship Counselling

As a relationship and couples counsellor, I hear lots of opinions about relationship counselling and most of them are untrue! These opinions are usually informed by depictions of counselling and therapy shown in film or television, or bad news stories told when a...

read more

5 Ways to Save Your Marriage

I often despair that couples counselling or relationship counselling is only considered when it’s too late to save your marriage. Healthy relationships are the most significant predictor of happiness and life satisfaction, yet are often neglected or taken for granted....

read more

Why New Parents Need Support

Having a child with your partner is an exciting time in your life but it can also be a very challenging period. Research indicates that marital satisfaction declines during the first 2 years of your child’s life, so if you are feeling unhappy in your relationship you...

read more

Do You Always Need to Be Right?

“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.” – Rumi A very common pattern that I see couples discuss in my counselling room, is the need for one or sometimes both partners to be right. It’s often over something very minor to...

read more

How Supportive is Your Inner Relationship?

I often have couples come to my office for counselling, where one or both of them feel unsupported by their partner. When I probe a little more into the issue, I sometimes find that it is their expectations of their partner, rather than the support per se, that is...

read more

Keep Your Love Alive This Valentine’s Day

For many people, Valentine’s Day may seem like a marketing exercise designed to sell flowers and cards. You may feel cynical about it or that romance shouldn’t just happen on one day. However Valentine’s Day can be an excellent way to re-establish some magic and...

read more

It’s Never Too Late for a New Beginning

As we come to the end of January I am feeling recharged and refreshed. I have been thinking about how we go through cycles in our lives and in our relationships. My numerology friends tell me that 2017 is the start of a new 9 year cycle, so it’s all about starting...

read more

Why So Many Relationships Break Up Over The Holidays

While you are rushing around during the holidays at social events, how much time and attention are you giving to your relationship? In my individual and couples counselling practice, I have often have clients desperate to book in for an appointment during the...

read more