Contact Ginny on 0412 88 2345



Contact Ginny on 0412 88 2345



In my experience as a relationship therapist, the most resilient couples and strongest relationships are a direct result of good communication and this doesn’t just happen by accident or by chance. It’s something that couples have to work at.

The arrival of a newborn is one such time in the lives of a young family where parents typically need support to charter unfamiliar waters. Similarly, the arrival of siblings can bring new and demanding challenges in the relationship of couples for which outside support, counsel and advice is not only welcome but vital. 

Many people usually have their own skeletons in the closet – family-of-origin issues, different expectations and beliefs, legacies from past generations, family myths and secrets – which interfere with their current relationship and their ability to move forward.

On top of that, couples can be suffering from current challenges when having a new baby like sleepless nights, baby’s health concerns, financial pressures, job demands, unfamiliarity with new roles and meddling in-laws.

What I often witness are couples who started their relationship with enthusiasm, great love and high expectations are now disillusioned, bitter and are often feeling overwhelmed, stuck and despondent.

Central to my work is establishing a neutral place for my clients to speak freely and move forward at their own pace. Our journey together is a collaborative one where each partner feels safe, heard, validated and acknowledged in a non judgmental environment. Client’s will find me warm, supportive and understanding. They will feel safe and respected whatever the issue or problem we tackle together.

Do any of these sound familiar to you?

  • All the focus is on the child/ren
  • Your relationship has become very task focused
  • There seems to be less fun and connection in the relationship than previously
  • The feeling of intimacy and closeness in the relationship has diminished or feels lost

If so you may want to schedule a visit at our couples counselling Sydney office.

Our methods at couples counselling Sydney are the best way to get your relationship back on track.

Couples Counselling Sydney FAQ

What is couples counselling?

Couples counselling is a form of therapy between two people. It is a way to talk openly and honestly about your relationship and an avenue to learn how to communicate better and understand each other. It can help couples work through problems together and improve their relationship holistically.

Who can benefit from couples counselling?

Couples counselling can benefit any couple who is struggling in their relationship. It can help couples who are having communication difficulties, financial or situational problems, or any other type of issue that is affecting their relationship.

How long does couples counselling take?

The length of couples counselling varies depending on the couple and the severity of their problem. Some couples may only need a few sessions, while others may need more. It’s best to consult with me to determine how many sessions you may need.

What happens during a couples counselling session?

During a couples counselling session, I will meet with you and your partner to discuss your relationship and the problems you are facing. I will help you both to communicate better and to understand each other. I will also provide you with tools and resources to help you improve your relationship.

How much does couples counselling cost?

Couples counselling can vary in cost depending on the length of the session and the number of sessions you need. Contact me for a preliminary consultation to discuss the cost of your specific situation.

For support contact Ginny

0412 88 2345


Suite 202, 7-11 Clarke Street Crows
Nest, NSW, 2065
0412 88 2345