Relationship Counselling Will Help You Improve Communication And Resolve Conflict
Relationship counselling is for couples seeking to strengthen their relationship, work on problems or explore, understand and manage an issue that is impacting their relationship.
Issues that people come to counselling for can include:
managing differences and conflict
feeling stuck in the relationship
transitional changes such as adjusting to parenting, ageing parents, retirement
life changes, including work, finances, illness, moving home
extended family and friends
intimacy including physical intimacy, quality of time spent together, emotional connection
Linda will work through issues with couples or individuals.
Couples counselling does not include family violence support.
Couples counselling costs $190 per session and is not claimable through Medicare, however may be covered by some private health insurance policies. Payment is required at the time of the appointment and a receipt will be issued allowing patients to make a private health claim themselves.
Patients can pay half each if required and separate receipts will be issued.
BA, BSc (Hons) Psych, M Couns, MAPS
Linda is a registered psychologist who has worked in a variety of counselling environments including community organisations, education sector and private practice.
Linda works with client issues including anxiety, depression, stress, grief and loss, life transitions and adjustments, self-esteem, relationships and personal growth work. Linda’s work is influenced by the humanistic approach with its focus on working with her clients authentically, collaboratively and respectfully in the therapeutic relationship. She will work with you to help you achieve your goals, promote self-awareness and self-development and to discover personal strengths. Linda uses techniques from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Mindfulness.