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$90 per session*

60 minute session

*Concession pricing available from $50
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$90 per session*
*Concession pricing available from $50

Most of us are looking for a fulfilling and healthy relationship with that someone special. A true team where each of you grow together thanks to the love and support you provide one another.

A healthy relationship takes practice and a willingness to be open and vulnerable, this takes skill that can often be difficult and uncomfortable. The beauty of couples counselling is that you have a supportive space with an experienced counsellor to be open, learning how to best work together.


Who Is This For?

Couples counselling is extremely helpful if you are a couple who are:

  • wanting to strengthen your emotional bond
  • needing help navigating disagreements or are feeling caught in unhealthy patterns
  • wanting to improve your communication
  • going through major life transitions like marriage or parenthood
  • wanting to deepen intimacy to understand each other better
  • wanting to work on trust
  • looking to create positive patterns of behaviour
  • seeking to enhance the overall health and satisfaction of your relationship


Benefits of Counselling

Building the foundations of a fulfilling relationship can take time and effort which is where couple counselling can help. Benefits from couples counselling can include:

  • a deeper connection through improved understanding and trust
  • the ability to have healthy conflict with the skills to navigate respectfully
  • a new level of closeness through greater intimacy and romantic connection
  • an enhanced sense of safety by understanding each other’s needs, wants and boundaries
  • a cohesive and strong bond that provides the ability to handle challenges together


What to Expect

There is not a not a one-size fits all when it comes to couples counselling. Our skilled counsellors will take the time to get to know you both, building trust to create a safe environment for mutual learning and growth.

The number of sessions you need will depend on your circumstances, and there may be times when your counsellor would like to see you individually as well as together. Our counsellors will be guided by you and your needs, dedicating the time needed to help you both maximise the benefits of working together.


How to Book

We strive to be as accessible as possible so our couples counselling is available in-person, over the phone or online. We will be guided by what works best for you.

To make an appointment please contact our client experience team

Commonly Asked Questions

All counselling sessions go for 60 minutes unless otherwise discussed with your counsellor.

We don't want our fees to be a barrier to you receiving care via our service so we aim to keep our fees as low as possible. Sessions are typically charged at the hourly rate of $90 or $50 concession. If you have any concerns about the fees please feel free to discuss this with us.

Medicare rebates are only available to people accessing a psychological service or allied health service. As counselling does not fall under either of these rebates are not available. We do aim to keep our services as affordable as possible and have concessions in place to support this so if you have any concerns regarding fees please feel free to discuss this with us.

Yes, you will sent a SMS reminder 48 hours before your appointment.

All our counsellors take a person-centred approach so you are given a non-judgemental space in which to discuss your thoughts and feelings along with a range of other recognised counselling approaches to ensue the best outcome for your unique situation.

Our counsellors are there to listen with empathy providing guidance so you can identify the right solutions for you. 

There is no set amount of sessions as each situation is different. Your counsellor will discuss how many sessions might be suitable for you to help you reach your goals but it could take a few sessions before you start to see changes, it's important you are patient with yourself and the process.

No, our counsellors are not able to provide clients with a diagnosis however they can support you with challenges you may be experiencing pre, post and during diagnosis. If you are wanting a diagnosis or require more information about this please contact our online psychological counselling service - I relate. Health.

Yes we certainly are. Our counselling service provides a safe and inclusive space to work through challenges and nurture your wellbeing in a supportive environment. Our practitioners are trained by NSW leading LGBTQ+ health organisation ACON, and are dedicated to providing respectful care to help you navigate life's challenges. Whether you're seeking assistance with relationships, mental health, or self-exploration, we are here for you.

Relationship counselling provides you and your partner with tools and strategies to address the challenges you are facing, helping you to move forward. Having a counsellor you feel you can trust to help you and being willing to put in the effort to work through the challenges and solutions will determine how successful counselling is for you. To get the full benefits of relationship counselling it is important that you and your partner are open to working together.

Counselling can be a confronting process and it's important each individual has the option to choose if they would like to attend or not. If you've decided you would like to work on your relationship through counselling but your partner is not ready we recommend you book an initial appointment for yourself to discuss options to help you get to where you want to be.

Not every relationship lasts forever and finding the right way to end things can sometimes be challenging. If you and your partner have decided to end your relationship our experienced relationship counsellors can support you to do this respectfully.

Trust is important to build and maintain in the relationship and can be a goal you both work towards in counselling.

Counselling is a very personal process and each person will take different amounts of time to see change and growth. It's important you are patient with yourself and your partner as you learn to enhance your connection and commitment to one another over time.

As per the Family Law Act (1975) your personal counselling information is confidential between you and the counsellor and cannot be used without consent. Exceptions to this are if you have a case going through court and information about your use of the service has been subpoenaed or a serious crime has been committed where you are suspected of being involved. Please feel free to raise this with your counsellor if you have any further questions about how your information could be used.

Situations involving an AVO are reviewed on a case by case basis as your safety is our priority. Please call our client experience team to make an appointment with one of our counsellors so we can discuss your situation and help you navigate the best way forward. 

In circumstances where there is an AVO, a history of family and domestic violence or concerns about engaging in counselling with the other person we will require you book an individual session with us first.


Yes, your counsellor can provide a letter outlining your attendance at counselling.


We are here to help you and your family reach the best outcome for your situation. If you have any feedback regarding your experience we encourage you to speak with your counsellor, mediator or case worker or reach out to us directly using our message form via the button below.