We are a group of 75 Psychologists, and our vision is to provide the most highly regarded and comprehensive marriage counselling and relationship counselling, and sex therapy in Australia and New Zealand, at rates you can afford.
In Auckland our Psychologist, Ampara has been specifically chosen because she cares about you as clients; she has her own expertise in couples counselling, and she is passionate about the importance of relationships in our lives. Relationship counselling Auckland help.
Relationship counselling is a specialised type of counselling and requires specialised training. Our psychologists all take part in both our Initial training as well as our Yearly In-House conferences specializing in Relationship Methodologies.
If you’d like to read more about us, The Hart Centre has also been featured as Relationship Experts in ABC radio, Domain.com.au, Body and Soul, News.com.au, SelfGrowth.com, Australian Women’s Weekly, Essential Kids, Kidspot, The Courier Mail and more.
Not feeling connected or close anymore
Cheating, affairs and infidelity
When one of you has more power, or say than the other
Controlling and abusive relationships
Not being able to communicate or listen effectively
Feeling that you are not loved by your partner
Feeling you are being taken for granted by your partner
Your own problems that you know have come from your childhood
Issues and difficulties with how you parent your children
Handling your anger in a manageable way
Sexual and intimacy issues
Being addicted to porn
How to integrate your step children and in-laws
Checking on your relationship before you get married
Handling someone who has many Narcissistic tendencies
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Before coming to see a relationship psychologist for the first time, it’s natural to be nervous about what the psychologist might recommend. We pride ourselves in taking a very positive approach to our couples counselling.
We start with talking with you as individuals to gain a full understanding of each of your perspectives, and to help you understand the dynamics underlying your problems. We then work with you to create a positive action plan, so that you can feel confident that you are making real progress. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and you will need more than one or two sessions, but you should see progress each session.
Read more about our approach to counselling in our relationship counselling sessions.
Some of our clinics also provide after hours and Saturday sessions for your convenience.
Although every couple’s situation is different, 90-95% of the feedback we have received from our clients is that they found counselling with our psychologists beneficial to their relationship. Psychologist experts in relationship counselling Auckland.
We know that most couples want to find out the cause of their particular relationship problems, resolve them quickly, and then move onto bigger and better things. So that is what we focus on.
Under our expert guidance you will gain a deeper understanding of your unique relationship difficulties. We will give you options and actions to help you become “unstuck” and move toward your relationship potential.
The choice of relationship psychologist you make is important. It can help to keep in mind that relationship, marriage and couples counselling is a very specialised field of psychology.
At The Hart Centre, we ensure that all of our specialist relationship psychologists take part in both our Initial training as well as our annual In-House conferences, where we bring in relationship and marriage experts from around the world.
For you to get the best possible results from counselling, there needs to be a combination of two elements. Firstly, the psychologist needs to be experienced and knowledgeable in the field of relationships; and secondly, a good ‘therapeutic relationship’ should be developed. This simply means that you and your partner feel supported and understood by the psychologist, and that you trust them.
To help you feel comfortable with your choice of psychologist, each of their profiles include an overview of their experience and qualifications.