Relationship Issues Counselling in Melbourne, VIC

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Reset & Grow Psychology
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA General
Verified
Magda's clients vary from well-seasoned in therapy to these who never worked with a psychologist before. Many are experiencing a major life transition such as geographical relocation, relationship breakdown/dissatisfaction or a career transition. It is her vision and passion to facilitate individuals, couples and families in connect to their values, learning practical tools to cope with life's challenges more effectively, and live happier and more meaningful lives. She specialises in providing services to culturally and linguistically diverse clients, LGBTQI clients, and clients who identify as religious and/or spiritual.
(03) 9069 9783 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Zhamilya's Counselling
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified
I view anxiety, depression, behavioural issues, anger management, relationship issues as symptoms or rather coping strategies.
I am super passionate about my work as a Counsellor after many years of working in the corporate world left me searching for a more fulfilling and meaningful career. I find that so many of my clients echo this search – in addition to wanting to address their day-to-day life struggles – they are searching for something more. And this is where I love to be, fully attentive, empathising with my clients but most of all working alongside them to explore ways of improving all aspects of their lives, be that work, relationships, childhood attachment wounds or trauma.
(03) 7037 6941 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Denise Tsirtsakis
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified
I view anxiety, depression, behavioural issues, anger management, relationship issues as coping strategies.
I am passionate about the work I do as a Social Work Counsellor. After 20 years of working in the corporate world, it left me searching for a more meaningful career and ways I could give back. I find that my clients are also feeling similar coupled with finding ways to manage their daily challenges. Most of my clients are searching for something more. This is where I come in, guiding them through empathy and understanding and offering a safe place to explore ways to improve their lives.
(03) 9021 1441 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Ashley Anjou
Psychologist, MPsych, MAPS
Verified
Ashley works with adults who are struggling with a range of mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, ADHD and issues relating to relationships and self-esteem. She is passionate about building a strong therapeutic relationship with her clients, working collaboratively to overcome difficulties and improve wellbeing. Ashley brings a warm and engaging style to therapy, creating a safe space for clients to effectively explore their challenges and find meaningful personal growth.
(03) 7003 2206 
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Melbourne, VIC 3004
Offers online therapy
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Mark Horsman
Psychologist, PsyBA - Clin. Psych
Verified
I work with clients across all developmental stages of their life who experience a range of psychological and emotional difficulties, stress, trauma, and relationship challenges.
Often in today's world, we get caught up in so many distractions on the outside that we are not always aware of our internal experiences. We walk around anxious and depressed, with critical thoughts of ourselves and others, and often live a reality that is separate from our own personal wishes and desires. I believe that therapy provides a safe space to step away from all the external distractions and focus on identifying and responding to our emotional world in the most open and connected way, which may have been too painful to do in the past.
(03) 7003 2065 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Hoa Pham - People Psychology
Psychologist, MA, PsyBA General
Verified
Hoa is a fully registered counselling Psychologist who works with adults with a wide range of presenting issues including stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship difficulties, and grief and loss. She is passionate about providing a safe space for clients to explore their situations and investigate ways for change.
(03) 9034 6053 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
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SexWit Counselling & Sexology - Zoë Hancock
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AASW
Verified
Zoë is a sexologist, sex & relationship therapist, psychotherapist, social worker, mentor & founder of SexWit with 23 yrs experience. If you want to improve your sex life, relationships, mental health, dating experiences or life in general, SexWit is all for you! We work with you to transform the psychosexual stress or life circumstance that is preventing you from living your best life. Our humanist & person-centred process is tailored to your desired wants & needs. SexWit offers a safe, sex-positive & empathic service. See our website & the SexWit Counselling & Sexology facebook page for testimonials & more service detail.
(08) 9126 9400 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
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Monica Lay
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA General
Verified
She works with adult clients experiencing family & relationship difficulties, life adjustment issues (e.
Monica has a strong humanistic approach to inquiry and assessment which recognises that emotional injuries are embedded in the interpersonal. Combining insights from the neuroscience of attachment and psychophysiology of trauma, together with her warm, sociable personality and highly skilled empathetic attunement, Monica works collaboratively with each of her clients to build a positive therapeutic alliance as a mechanism for emotional, cognitive and behavioural change. This process can take time and depends on the client’s readiness, willingness and capacity for the therapeutic work to address underlying core issues.
0490 973 552 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Julian Nolan
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA - Clin. Psych
Verified
see people with a variety of concerns, including: anxiety, depression, anger and other emotional management issues, relationship /family issues, loss, grief and trauma, challenges relating to being neurodiverse, and eating disorders.
(03) 7003 2124 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Mai Linh Ngo-Nguyen
Psychologist, PsyBA General
Verified
With a Master of Professional Psychology Practice, I confidently support clients in navigating a wide spectrum of mental health issues ranging from anxiety and mood disorders to complex trauma, relationship and attachment concerns. My interest in psychology was born out of a natural curiosity of human behaviour and has evolved into a deep passion for helping people cultivate a sense of aliveness & vitality. I am voraciously curious about the human condition, and this translates to the therapy room where I am always eager to seek understanding of the human being sitting across from me: their stories, their urges, and their "why?".
 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
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Psychotherapy for High Functioning Adults/Couples
Psychotherapist, MA, PACFA
Verified
If you're looking to find more joy and peace, or to bring back life in your marriage/ relationship or if you just want to find a way to live the best version of you, I'd love to help.
Are you doing reasonably well in your professional world, but your personal life is in shambles? Have you done everything you thought you should do to bring you happiness, yet somehow feel something is amiss? Are you surrounded by people regularly, yet feel lonelier than ever? Or do you go from relationship to relationship , yet can never feel safe enough to deepen with the one? Have you gone down the self-help track, yet somehow feel disconnected from life? Do you feel hesitant to see a therapist, because you feel like you shouldn't have problems? Sound familiar? You're not alone. I've been there too and would love to support you.
(03) 8797 2621 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Julia Derry - Collaboration Counselling
Counsellor, MSc, ACA-L2
Verified
I work with adults who are experiencing difficulties with issues such as anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues , grief and loss, identity issues, anger management, low self-esteem, coping and adjustment issues, parenting issues, well being and self care. I think it can be healing to be given a space with someone who wants to sit with you through challenging thoughts, emotions and experiences and offer understanding.
0403 835 641 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Ess Binet
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
I intimately understand the power of transformation that can occur when we commit to building a new relationship with ourselves.
Hey, I'm stoked you've stopped by! I'm Ess, an introverted, dance obsessed, spiritual being who will drop an F-bomb in solidarity or celebration. I'm genuinely interested in learning about you and hearing your story. I'm excited for you, to be more YOU! Whether that's supporting you to: express yourself more fully, learn tools to practice self-acceptance, work through past experiences so you can embrace you now, unlearn and relearn behaviours so you can thrive... While I have approx 10 years experience working in trauma/mental health, I'm currently focusing on working with folks curious about deeper self exploration + growth.
(02) 8074 5874 
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Melbourne, VIC 3004
Offers online therapy
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The PTSD Clinic
Psychotherapist, PhD
Verified
The PTSD Clinic is a private specialist clinic with experienced Psychologists who are skilled in treating the broad spectrum of psychological disorders including trauma resulting from car and work accidents ie, PTSD, Relationship and Family issues, NPD, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety etc. A GP referral is required for Medicare rebates. We also conduct Expert Reports in Family Law, Criminal Law, Personal Injury and other Medico-legal proceedings,
(02) 8063 8435 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Harshani Algiriya
Counsellor, MA, ACA-L3
Verified
Harshani has 15 years of experience working with clients in the context of domestic violence, gender-based violence, complex trauma, anxiety, depression, OCD, mood and personality disorders, bipolar disorder, relationship issues , family conflict, social and cultural isolation, low self-esteem and confidence and work-life balance and wellbeing.
Harshani is a registered psychological counsellor in Australia and Sri Lanka with a Master of Counselling and psychosocial work from the University of Colombo. Her journey into this fulfilling career started 15 years ago, soon after completing her Bachelor's degree in social sciences and the graduate diploma in counselling and psychosocial work from the same university. She is trained in Level 3 in Gottman Couples Therapy, Clinical Hypnotherapy and EMDR therapy in Australia. Harshani is reading to graduate with her second master's degree in social work at the university of new England, Australia.
0451 667 330 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Astrid Southey
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified
By offering strategies and unconditional support I hope to assist your recovery from anxiety, rumination and relationship issues .
Few sail through life without encountering obstacles of one sort or another. For the most part we adjust to challenges or emotional upset using our own internal healing systems. Occasionally though, we just can't find a way through the pain and can't understand what went wrong. At these times it is really helpful to talk with someone who is trained to notice the emotions behind your words, and it is by noticing these emotions solutions to your troubles can be found.
(03) 4416 2322 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
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Nelly Uhlenkott
Psychotherapist, MA, AASW
Verified
People come to see me for a lot of different reasons. For instance, you might be experiencing depression or anxiety, having relationship difficulties (whether you're single or partnered), going through a major life transition or loss, or wondering about the overall direction of your life. You may have a sense that there's something more to life -- that you could be living a richer life, and thriving more than you are right now. I'm here to support you and examine what's working and not, whether you're seeking a major transformation, or simply a deeper understanding of your life patterns.
(03) 8595 5018 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
Not accepting new clients
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Bita Riazati - Relationships, Depression & Anxiety
Psychologist, MPsych, MAPS
Verified
I work with people who have diverse life circumstances. My psychoanalytic understanding enables me to work with people who present with a range of difficulties and diverse clinical issues. I consult individually with adults and children as well as with families who want to understand and work on particular issues, such as parenting children who need support within a family. I work with people wanting to understand and resolve a range of social and psychological difficulties such as loss, separation, childhood concerns, obsessions, sexual problems, intimacy and relationship issues . I also provide consultation to services.
(03) 6145 0176 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
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Natalie Browne
Counsellor, MA, PACFA
Verified
I aim to create an inclusive and trusting therapeutic relationship with all people.
We often come to therapy when we are anticipating or experiencing change; endings and new-beginnings. I work with people through changes; in identity, relationships, sexuality, health, career and family. I work with the LGBTQIA+ community and also our allies, friends and family. No matter where you sit, you are welcome to connect. Together we can explore the parts of ourselves that come with endings and change; grief and loss, anger, trauma, anxiety and depression. In doing this, we can become curious and generate movement towards new-beginnings and new chapters.
(03) 8372 0537 
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Office is near:
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Savleen Bajaj
Psychologist, MAPS
Verified
She aims to cultivate a collaborative and empathetic relationship with her clients to support them in creating meaningful growth.
Savleen is a clinical psychologist registrar with extensive experience in diverse settings. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Savleen is passionate about mental health and the impact that it can have on people’s lives. She works with individual adults with a wide range of presenting issues. Savleen focuses on supportively engaging her clients to achieve long-term meaningful change in a compassionate, safe, supportive and caring environment. She has a collaborative approach to therapy and encourages her clients to identify their strengths whilst they examine and compassionately reflect on their lives.
(03) 9068 5037 
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Melbourne, VIC 3000
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Relationship Issues Counsellors
While need for human connection appears to be innate, the ability to form healthy, loving relationships is learned. Some evidence suggests that the ability to form a stable relationship starts to form in infancy, in a child's earliest experiences with a caregiver who reliably meets the infant's needs for food, care, warmth, protection, stimulation, and social contact. Such relationships are not destiny, but they are theorized to establish deeply ingrained patterns of relating to others. The end of a relationship, however, is often a source of great psychological anguish.

If you're looking for a Melbourne relationship counsellor, these professionals provide relationship therapy and counselling in Melbourne.