Couple and Relationship Counselling/Sexology

Therapy for couples struggling with communication, family dynamics, affairs, and more.

Reasons for Couple Therapy

Communication Issues

Family Dynamics

Affairs and Relationship Repair Work

Sexual Difficulties

Mismatched Libido

Non-traditional relationship/sexuality

About Couple Therapy

Relationship counselling, also called couple therapy, assists couples in understanding and addressing issues and conflicts in their relationship. For some, these issues are massive and repair work is needed. For others, it’s death by 1000 cuts and harder to pinpoint, and yet, couples describe having lost the “spark”. Either way, these issues can be worked on with the help of a sound professional. Is couple therapy for you? It depends. Couple therapy is hard work and both partners need to be willing to engage. However, when this occurs, this form of therapy is extremely valuable.

No matter where you are in your couple and/or family, if you want to improve your communication, dynamics, interactions and overall quality of life, give me a call and together, we’ll come up with a positive plan! As an accredited clinical sexologist, I am LGBT and Kink friendly. All couples and all walks of life are welcome in my practice.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your fees?

Fees are kept to a minimum, making it more accessible for all patients, clients and clinical supervisees. Fees change on whether you are eligible for a Mental Health Care Plan (MHCP) from your GP. When eligible, Medicare will cover $75 off your sessions, leaving you only a gap. See your GP or give me a ring for eligibility clarification.

Couple Therapy fees: $170 for an hour- $220 for 1.5 hours

Women’s or individual counselling: $150 for an hour

Clinical supervision: $120 for an hour

Can I have counselling by email, phone or online?

Thanks to the recent pandemic, I think we’ve all grown savvy with online technology! Due to this, I am offering new modalities for counselling which includes phone and online (via Zoom). It takes a little while to get used to it (for the new client), but has many benefits especially if you live far away, have childcare responsibilities or the likes. When you book for online counselling, you will receive an email with Zoom log in etc. Make sure to have earphones handy, a quiet space, and a positive attitude!

Should I buy your book before my first appt?

Unlock Your Resilience has been designed as a companion workbook for individual counselling while The REAL guide to like as a Couple has been designed as its relationship therapy counterparts.

While I wont refuse to see patients unless they are working on their workbook, I would like to ask that you consider getting the book relevant to your type of therapy for multiple reasons:

  • Firstly, it will save you time and money. There are 10 modules per book, equivalent to 10 sessions. If you undertake these at home, you and I can focus on the important stuff while together.
  • It assists with practicing. We all know that not everyone does their “homework” at home, and without practice, the skills taught wont stick as much as they will if you commit to practicing them through the exercises and “truths and dares” from these books.
  • You can buy them from me at author price of $30 per book. Just let me know before your session and I will order it/them for you.
  • They’re fun! They’re good practice, and they’re everything that a therapist will teach you minus the reflective/challenging work we will still do together.
Differences between a counsellor, psychologist and clinical social worker?

A good question. A simple way to look at it might be around the qualifications needed, the clinical experience behind each discipline and what you hope to get out of therapy.

Counsellors generally are not required to have tertiary qualifications and may have qualifications starting from a cert IV. They generally deal with day to day issues without a diagnosis of any psychopathology. They are not eligible for Medicare rebates.

A psychologist has less training than a clinical psychologist and both are trained to explore people’s minds, to investigate “faulty” thinking and treat clinical issues. They must be registered with AHPRA and are eligible for Medicare registration and rebates.

A clinical and/or mental health social worker has more training than a social worker. A mental health social worker is required to have a 4 year qualification, plus 2 year post graduate training/clinical experience. They are trained to explore systems, environments, values etc. before making any assumptions or treatment recommendations. They must be registered with AASW and are eligible for Medicare registration and rebates.

I would always advise to check your therapist’s discipline, training, qualifications, registration and whether they are eligible for Medicare. While Medicare does not guarantee a good clinician, it definitely guarantees that a stringent process occured to recognise them.

Personally, I say “GO Social Work!” Why? Because I’d like to think that a competent therapist would understand how trauma, upbringing, financial stress and the likes would impact on someone’s mental health before attempting to teach them positive psychology 😉


Do I need counselling?

What a good question! Only you can answer this. Clearly, I am bias however. I believe counselling is something that everyone deserves and should be accessible to all. In particular, if you are experiencing stress, relationship issues, health concerns or general family dynamics hiccups, I do believe counselling is something that would be beneficial. It doesn’t have to be formal or you lying on a couch while I take notes quietly. I promise, I am pretty funny; relaxed and honest. You’re in good hands.

If you’re still unsure, why not send me a quick email to discuss?

Contact Me

Ask a question or book an appointment below. For emergencies call 000 or visit your nearest hospital

My Details: 

For general enquiries call 0403 774 459

Send me an email at

I am located at 10 James St, Beenleigh

Couple counselling, couples therapy, sexology

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