Marriage Counselling For Couples
When two people spend significant time with each other, conflicts are bound to happen.
The main purpose of marriage counselling is to provide a safe and judgement-free space for you and your significant other. A neutral therapist acting as a facilitator (i.e., a trained relationship psychologist) helps you make sense of what’s going on. They are not there to judge, but rather, provide prompts through a series a questions.
New Vision Psychology has experienced psychologists and therapist who provide marriage counselling, couples counselling and relationship counselling across three Sydney locations:
For your convenience and comfort, we have a team of 18 male and female psychologists who can conduct counselling sessions in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Italian, and Hebrew. Since we have multiple locations and a large support team, we can typically see you with minimal delay.Book Appointment
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A standard session at New Vision Psychology is 50-minutes in duration.
|Marriage Counselling||$230||Book Appointment|
|Couples Counselling||$230||Book Appointment|
|Relationship Counselling (for individual)||$190 – $205||Book Appointment|