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How to deal with infidelity

How to deal with infidelity

About twenty per cent of Australian couples experience infidelity. Whilst this is often a person’s worst nightmare, it is possible to learn how to deal with infidelity and have your relationship remain intact. Recovery is possible and as we’ve looked at previously,...

How to enhance the counselling services you receive

How to enhance the counselling services you receive

As we’ve previously looked at, counselling services can provide a whole range of benefits, whether you’re embarking on the counselling journey as an individual or a couple. But a counselling session may not always be enough as a stand alone activity and there are many...

Can counselling save a relationship?

Can counselling save a relationship?

You may have hit a rocky patch in your relationship or one person has engaged in infidelity or other value conflicting behaviours. You may also be wondering can counselling save a relationship? Essentially the answer is yes! Which is good news for a lot of couples out...

Psychology and psychotherapy – what’s the difference?

Psychology and psychotherapy – what’s the difference?

The difference between psychology and psychotherapy can be a little confusing. Perhaps partly because the two words— psychotherapy/psychology look so similar. And they are also quite similar professions with some crossover counselling involved. However, there are a...

What to expect at couples counselling 

What to expect at couples counselling 

If you have never experienced couples counselling before, it can be a daunting thing to enter into. It’s not always how it looks on the TV either. People realise it’s time for couples counselling when relationship problems arise, such as continuously arguing about the...

Treating burnout – tips and techniques

Treating burnout – tips and techniques

Burnout is becoming a significant health problem in Australia. ‘The World Health Organization upgraded its assessment of the threat posed by burnout. The condition, says the WHO, is a “syndrome” involving a range of symptoms related to chronic stress.’ After working...

What is trauma bonding?

What is trauma bonding?

Are you in a relationship with someone who is obviously not good for you but you can’t seem to find it in you to leave them? You are not alone. You and many others may be experiencing the symptoms of trauma bonding without even realising it. Bonding is a biological...

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