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    Couple Counselling

    non-judgmental environment

    The therapy focuses on relationships between people and explores patterns of behavior, which may have become set in an unhelpful way over time

Counselling / Therapy

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Family Therapy  and Couple Counselling.

Family therapists work with couples or family members to talk together about issues which may be complex and painful for all concerned.
In a safe, non-judgmental environment, a therapist assists couples or a family members to  express and explore difficult thoughts and emotions, to understand each other’s experiences and views and appreciate each other’s needs. 
The therapy focuses on relationships between people and explores patterns of behavior, which may have become set in an unhelpful way over time.
It builds on family strengths to facilitate the small but helpful adjustments needed to enhance communication and improve relationships.

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Separation and Divorce

Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) Practitioners are available for separating couples seeking Parenting Plans and Mediation Services.
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Sex Therapy.

A sex therapist offers counselling to help people deal with issues relating to sexuality and sexual functioning.  To understand and accept themselves as sexual beings and to meet their sexual goals. 
Sex Therapists are sex positive, and maintain a broad perspective by taking factors such as biological, psychological, sociological and historical into consideration when addressing sexual issues .

Sexual Health issues may include:
  • Low sex desire
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Delayed ejaculation (difficulty in gaining or maintaining an erection)
  • Impotence/erectile dysfunction (difficulty in gaining or maintaining an erection)
  • Performance anxiety
  • Body Image
  • Difficulty with orgasms for women
  • Painful intercourse (Dyspareunia)
  • Vaginsmus (difficulty in achieving penetration)
  • Female sexual arousal/desire
  • Gender identity and sexuality; same sex; gay lesbian bisexual and transgender (glbt)
Suzanne Barr is a member of the Society of Australian Sexologists.
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