Contact Ginny on 0412 88 2345



Contact Ginny on 0412 88 2345


Marriage Counselling Sydney

Ginny Lindsay

 Relationships don’t always work perfectly. You and your partner will have to put a lot of effort to make your relationship work in all of the ways that satisfy you both. That is often complicated, but I can guide you and your partner to explore all the aspects of your relationship and to find out what led you to seek marriage counselling in  Sydney.

I have vast experience as a marriage therapist and offer a safe, confidential, encouraging and judgment-free environment where you will both have a chance to express your perspective freely and have effective communication. I will support you, and work closely with you so we can find the best possible solution for your problem and ensure you and your partner establish a strong, lasting and caring bond.

How Marriage Counselling in Sydney Can Help You?

When people are looking for this kind of counseling, they are trying to save their relationship and avoid divorce. Sometimes, scheduling an appointment at our marriage counselling Sydney office might be crucial for future decisions, because it can help you learn how to communicate with each other, be open and honest and understand what causes the problems that you have. 

My role is to help you define the areas of your marriage that need improvement. I will be there to listen carefully, and teach you different methods of how to establish effective communication and deal with a variety of sensitive issues. Seeing things from your partner’s perspective and understanding his/her emotions is a cornerstone of enhancing the bond between the two of you. 

Why Modern Relationships Are So Challenging?

A new era has brought many improvements and many challenges. Today a modern partner has to be companion, confidant, protector, nurturer, problem-solver, soul-mate, financial planner, and a passionate lover. There are also higher costs of living, longer working hours and many other things that heavily affect our relationships.

If you add a birth of a child or raising of young children in general to all the above-mentioned challenges, it is obvious why so many people become frustrated. You have to take care of so many things, and that makes you nervous and task-focused. With all that burden, you are forgetting that your partner might feel the same, and you start to feel bitter and overwhelmed. 

As time goes by, the gap between partners gets bigger and they start living separate lives. That is why it is important to contact a therapist who can help you deal with all the problems, and bring out the very best of your relationship.

Don’t Be Afraid To Visit a Therapist for Marriage Counselling

You may feel uneasy about the idea of marriage counselling, especially if you have never seen a marriage counselor or therapist before. I understand that the idea of facing your issues may be a daunting challenge, but I guarantee you will find me understanding and supportive. 

I will take the time to ask you about your history together, what are the reasons which made you seek out marriage therapy and ask you both what do you love about your relationship and what you think needs to change. Both you and your partner will have separate opportunities to speak and listen to one another. 

If You Are Ready To Talk, I am Ready to Listen

As a principal therapist at From 2 to 3, I encourage you to pick up the phone and schedule your consultation today, or to send me an email at ginny@from2to3.com.au and I will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Let me help you quickly spot and resolve all misunderstandings you and your partner have, help you reconnect and strengthen your bond.

Frequently Asked Questions about Marriage Counselling in Sydney

How do I know if we need marriage counselling?

When you recognise that you have problems with your relationship that you cannot seem to resolve by yourselves, you will most likely benefit from counselling. The first step is just to pick up the phone or send me an email at ginny@from2to3.com.au

What if my partner refuses to attend?

If your partner refuses to attend counselling, that is OK, you can still come and explore the sessions for yourself. The best results are achieved when both partners come willingly to counselling.

How many marriage counselling sessions will I need to do?

This varies from couple to couple. It depends on the complexity of problems and why you have seeked out counselling in the first place. Marriage counselling does not necessitate a serious problem in order to attend sessions. You should see counselling as an investment, to improve the quality of your relationship with your partner.

How do we prepare for our first session of marriage counselling?

The first step is to think about the core issues and how each of you might contribute to these issues. Consider what you would like to achieve through counselling and what changes you would like to see in yourself and your partner.  

How do I know if we need marriage counselling or couples therapy?

Weigh the severity of the problem. Is your relationship in a crisis, or are you having frequent arguments over small things? Whenever your relationship doesn’t feel supportive or satisfying, counselling can be of great help. 

We've tried therapy before and it didn’t work.

Not all therapies or therapists are the same. Just because a certain course didn’t work the first time around, there could be a different approach or a fitter therapist that is more relevant to your situation or needs. Let me help you quickly spot and resolve all misunderstandings you and your partner have.

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For support, contact Ginny

0412 88 2345


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