Relationship issues can arise at different times in our lives.
Relationships are not always easy. Most relationships will experience moments of stress and doubt, this does not mean the end of your relationship, but may be an early warning sign that you need help.
Family counselling can help couples negotiate the challenges they are experiencing and separated couples ways of dealing with the separation and respecting and valuing family relationships.
What’s the point of counselling if you don’t want to get back together?
Family Counselling can help with the many changes that take place when a relationship breaks down. It can help both parents make decisions about parenting and focus on their children’s best interests.
Family counselling can help couples come to terms with the changes that happen when a relationship breaks down. It can help parents make decisions about arrangements for their children and how they will share parenting after separation. The Family Law Act encourages parents to reach an agreement over their children rather than going to court.
What is Family Counselling?
Family counselling is confidential and provides a safe environment for couples and families experiencing anxiety and stress due to the family breakdown.
Counselling can help families to grow stronger together or individuals to cope with the relationship breakdown and address other concerns, including:
Child/adolescent behavioural and emotional issues
Parenting after separation