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Couples Counselling Adelaide

Helping you transform your relationships, enhance your connections and improve communication.

Who is it for?

Couples therapy is a transformative journey for those seeking to strengthen their relationship. It's for couples navigating through challenges, seeking better communication, healing wounds, and reigniting their love. Whether you're newlyweds, long-time partners, or on the brink of separation, couples therapy offers a safe space to rebuild and rediscover lasting happiness.

What can it help with?

Couples therapy provides a supportive environment for couples to address and overcome challenges. It can help improve patterns of communication, resolve conflicts, rebuild trust, deepen intimacy, navigate life transitions, and create a stronger, more fulfilling relationship.

Why AkindaCo?

Our Couples Therapists have extensive experience in working with couples including members of the LGBTQIA+ community, neurodiverse couples and non-monogamous/poly couples. Our Couples Therapy service brings forth a new experience of being together, and we work in-session to establish new ways of communicating and relating.

Book your Initial Appointment now.

You will be directed to our booking site Halaxy.

Alternatively, call us on 08 7081 5886 or email us at
Please see our Fee List  and our Terms and Conditions of Service.

The use of systemic practice in couples therapy has proven to be highly effective in promoting positive change and enhancing relationship dynamics. This approach recognizes that an individual's experiences and behaviors are interconnected within a larger system, involving both partners and the broader context in which they exist. By examining the patterns, interactions, and underlying dynamics within this system, systemic practice provides valuable insights and interventions to support couples in their journey towards healthier and more fulfilling relationships.

One of the key benefits of systemic practice is its focus on the couple as a unit, rather than solely on the individuals. It acknowledges that issues within the relationship arise from the dynamic interplay between both partners, rather than attributing them solely to one person. This perspective fosters empathy and understanding, encouraging couples to work together as a team to address challenges and find solutions.

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