Couples Counselling Sydney Take your relationshipss to a whole new level.
Are you searching for Sydney couples counselling? Work with your own couples therapist to identify the underlying issues in your relationship, so you can continue having a long-lasting, fulfilling relationship.
Work with your Sydney couples counsellor to develop
Long Term Relationship Skills That keeps your relationship happy
A strong long-term relationship involves inner connections. Work with Find Fit Love’s Sydney relationship therapist and discover how to communicate with your partner on a deeper level.
What is a Couples Counsellor and How Can They Help?
A couples counsellor, also known as a marriage and family therapist, is a professional trained to help couples improve their relationships. They typically have a master’s or doctoral degree in counseling or a related field, and have completed specialised training in couples therapy.
Couples counselling can help couples in a variety of ways. The primary goal is to help couples develop the skills and tools they need to better understand and resolve conflicts, improve communication, and strengthen their relationship. A therapist will work with the couple to help them identify the underlying issues in their relationship, and create a treatment plan to address them.
Some of the specific techniques that couples counsellors may use include:
Improving communication skills: couples counsellors help couples learn how to express their feelings and needs more effectively, and to listen actively to their partner.
Teaching problem-solving skills: couples counsellors teach couples how to resolve conflicts more constructively and to come to mutually acceptable solutions.
Encouraging empathy: couples counsellors work to help couples understand and empathise with their partner’s perspective.
Addressing past issues: couples counsellors help couples understand and work through past traumas and experiences that may be affecting their current relationship.
Addressing individual issues: couples counsellors may address individual issues such as anxiety, depression, or other mental health concerns that may be impacting the relationship.
Improving intimacy and physical affection: couples counsellors may help couples improve their physical and emotional connection to one another.
Find Fit Love’s Sydney couples counselling can take place at your home or online. It can be conducted in individual or couples’ sessions, and typically lasts for several weeks or months. Many couples find that participating in counselling can be beneficial in improving their relationship and increasing their overall satisfaction and well-being.
Work With Find Fit Love's Sydney Couples Counseller and Have better interactions with Your Partner
Find Fit Love’s Sydney relationship counselling gets to the core of what makes you different, how to increase your communication skills and know what your partner is feeling. The quality of your understanding and communication is what makes you attractive to the opposite sex. Knowing how to read what your partner is saying, feel what they’re feeling and seeing eye-to-eye is what makes your partner feel connected with you. Through the right education, experience and mind set, you’ll be building attraction, going on more meaningful dates and your confidence in yourself will be much more attractive.
Work with Find Fit Love's Sydney Relationship Therapist to
Build Attraction That Leads to a Healthy, Fun long-term relationship
Creative ideas that keep the fire burning and build an amazing, unbreakable bond between you and your partner.
Here are just some of the problem we resolve with our Sydney Couples Counselling:
Communication problems: difficulty expressing feelings, poor listening skills, and lack of understanding.
Trust issues: infidelity, dishonesty, and lack of transparency.
Conflict resolution: difficulty with resolving conflicts, disagreements on important issues, and different approaches to problem-solving.
Intimacy and sexuality: problems with physical intimacy, different sexual needs, and difficulty connecting emotionally.
Financial stress: disagreements about money, different spending habits, and financial insecurity.
Parenting: different parenting styles, disagreements about child-rearing, and stress from raising children.
Jealousy and possessiveness: feelings of jealousy or possessiveness can cause tension in a relationship.
Trauma or past experiences: unresolved trauma or past experiences can affect a person’s ability to form healthy relationships.
Lack of commitment: a lack of commitment or difficulty with making decisions about the future of the relationship.
Infertility and adoption: stress related to infertility, adoption, or other family planning issues.
Work and career: conflicts related to work, career, and balancing work and family life.
Cultural and ethnic differences: challenges related to cultural and ethnic differences can be a source of tension.
Illness and health problems: stress related to illness or health problems, and how they affect the relationship.
Addictions and substance abuse: substance abuse can cause problems in a relationship and may require outside help.
Different goals and aspirations: different goals and aspirations can cause a lack of alignment and create conflict in a relationship.
Emotional distance: feeling emotionally distant from one’s partner, difficulty connecting emotionally, and feeling emotionally unfulfilled.
In-laws: conflicts with in-laws and difficulty with family dynamics can create tension in a relationship.
Lack of shared interests: a lack of shared interests or activities can lead to feelings of isolation and disconnection.
Infertility: stress related to infertility and struggles with conception.
Infidelity: rebuilding trust and dealing with the emotional fallout of infidelity.
Lack of physical affection: feeling unappreciated, lack of physical touch, feeling unloved.
Blended families: issues related to blending families and step-parenting.
Anger and aggression: one or both partners struggling with anger management or aggressive behaviour.
Codependency: patterns of codependent behaviour in a relationship and difficulty with boundaries.
Loneliness: feeling lonely within a relationship and difficulty building a sense of connection.
Domestic violence: dealing with physical, emotional, and psychological abuse in a relationship.
Stress and anxiety: high levels of stress and anxiety can put a strain on a relationship.
Lack of independence: feeling smothered or over-controlled, or giving too much control.
Role expectations: disagreements about traditional gender roles and how they play out in the relationship.
Unresolved past issues: unresolved past issues, such as childhood trauma, that affect the relationship.
Sexual dysfunction: problems with sexual function, desire, or satisfaction.
Grief and loss: coping with grief and loss, and how it affects the relationship.
Transitions: dealing with life transitions such as retirement, empty nest syndrome, or moving to a new location.
Religious and spiritual differences: conflicts related to religious and spiritual beliefs and practices.
Age differences: difficulties related to age differences and different life stages.
Lack of emotional support: feeling unsupported or unimportant to one’s partner, which can lead to feeling lonely or disconnected.
High stress: high levels of stress can put a strain on a relationship and make it difficult to communicate or connect with one’s partner.
Career changes: dealing with stress or challenges related to changes in one’s career, such as job loss, job change, or starting a new business.
Difficulty with forgiveness: difficulty forgiving one’s partner for past mistakes or transgressions.
Different parenting styles: Parents have different ways to raise children, which can create conflict and stress within the relationship.
Lack of trust in the relationship: Difficulty trusting the partner, which can make communication and intimacy difficult.
Lack of emotional intimacy: feeling emotionally disconnected from one’s partner and difficulty sharing one’s feelings.
Different levels of commitment to the relationship: feeling unsure or uncommitted to the relationship.
Identity and self-esteem issues: feeling unsure of oneself, lack of self-esteem, or difficulty asserting oneself can negatively impact the relationship.
Being over-involved or under-involved: one partner feeling overwhelmed or underwhelmed in terms of involvement in the relationship.
Co-parenting difficulties: Difficulty in coming to agreements and dealing with conflicts that arise when raising children with a former partner.
Long-distance relationships: Difficulty maintaining the relationship while living apart, and the challenges that come with maintaining a long-distance relationship.
Post-partum depression: Stress related to dealing with post-partum depression, and the impact it can have on the relationship.
Differences in values or goals: Conflict arising from different values or goals, or lack of alignment on important issues.
Difficulties in adapting to cultural or lifestyle changes: Stress or difficulty adapting to changes or differences in cultural or lifestyle values.
It is not uncommon that couples may face more than one issue in their relationship. A Find Fit Love couples counsellor will work with the couple to help them understand and navigate their individual issues, and how they’re impacting their relationship.
Have your own Sydney Couples Counsellor to teach you to score big with your partner
If you ever thought of needing a helping hand when navigating long-term relationships, then our Sydney couples counselling are for you. Being in a long-term can lead to frustration, loneliness, boring and tiresome. But with your very own relationship therapist by your side, you’ll discover how to keep the fire burning between you and your partner.
Sydney Relationship Counselling and Psychotherapy for
Couples Who Want Their Relationship To Last.
Have your own Sydney couples counsellor to develop enduring, committed relationships.
Sydney Relationship Counselling for Couples Therapy
If you’re currently in a relationship (whether you’re new, in a long-term commitment or want to improve your marriage) and would like therapy and strategies to further your romance, love life or relationship structure, then our couple’s therapy is for you. Our approach covers all relevant aspects of your relationship and pinpoints the problem areas for you and your partner to work on. You’ll also discover the individual factors that cause your relationship difficulties, along with the tools, approaches and strategies on how to solve those issues. This may include a mixed approach involving conversation therapy, sexual therapy and other techniques that collaborate in the construction of a strong, healthy relationship.
Sydney Couples Counselling For
Permanent Transformation Discover the inner secrets to deeper, long-lasting change
Receive couples counselling and psychotherapy from a Master Level NLP practitioner and Jungian Analyst for couples who wish to transform their relationship into a fun, fulfilling, ever lasting bond. The guidance, support, and trust to take your life and relationships to a whole new level. Get out of your comfort zone, improve your self-esteem and start believing the possibilities available to you. Dream big and allow those visions to become reality.
Feel as if you need to speak with a Sydney Couples Counsellor?
Book in your free discovery session today And see if our therapy and coaching is right for you.
You’ll speak with your counsellor and therapist for 30 minutes free of charge to see if our therapy is right for you. Then at the end of our phone call, we’ll go over prices, packages and time-frames to get you the results you want.
Find Fit Love's Sydney Couples Therapy FAQ
What is the fee for your couples therapy?
Our therapy sessions are $250 per session.
Can I pay your couples therapy with private or public health insurance?
No, our couples counselling programs and sessions are for private consult only and we do not provide options for any type of insurance.
Is the therapy different for men and women?
Yes it is. Men and women have different needs, advice and different approaches to getting results. Our couples counsellors are successful with both genders, working individually and as a couple.
Do you also provide marriage counselling?
Yes. We provide counselling to long-term relationships, short term relationships, marriages and all types of relationships.
Does the couple have to attend your sessions, or can just one partner come?
For a high success rate, both couple's have to attend the session. If, however, one individual requires a lot of work, then it's advised to treat the partner separately.
Do you only perform couples counselling and therapy in Sydney or do you also service other cities of Australia?
We're based in Sydney and also perform relationship coaching to Melbourne residents. But our relationship and dating coaching applies to everyone across Australia. If you're in another Australian state and need couples counselling and therapy, then contact us, and we're more than happy to help.