Couples Counsellor

  • Couples Counselling Richmond.


    Couples Counsellor Sydney

    BSc Soc Sci; Grad Dip Psych Stud; Adv Dip App Soc Sci.

    Hart Centre Certified

    100% Trust and Satisfaction Guarantee In Relationship
    • Richmond, NSW
    Specialised Training
    • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy – CBT Australia
    • Taking a Sexual History using a Social Construction Counselling Framework – Brett McCann, consultant sex therapist
    • Sexual addiction and sexual arousal difficulties (men) – Brett McCann, consultant sex therapist
    • Using a relational framework when working with men who are experiencing sexual issues – Brett McCann, consultant sex therapist
    • Culture, trauma, and mental health: Working at the clinical/cultural interface – Dr Ingo Lambrecht
    • The Ideas of Freedom and Personal Responsibility – Professor Robert Spillane
    • Introduction to Positive Psychology – Renata Porzig-Drummond PhD
    • Anxiety disorders in children and adolescence – Black Dog Institute
    • Teaching Mindfulness to our clients – Barbara Jones
    • C.R.E.A.T.E: Re-wiring the depressed brain with music and creativity – Dr. Kirstin Robertson-Gillam
    • Sex and Mental Health – AISHM Conference
    • Working together: Promoting healthy sex lives – Brett McCann AISHM
    • Hypnosis in Sex Therapy – Brett McCann AISHM
    • Working with sex offenders – Brett McCann AISHM
    • Assessing and treating premature ejaculation – Brett McCann AISHM
    • “Jewels” of Family and Couple Therapy – Dr Cathy Bettman
    • Thomas Szasz and the myth of mental illness – Presented by Professor Robert Spillane PhD
    • Difficult to treat depression – Dr Vered Gordon
    • Ethical issues in counselling and psychotherapy – Rob Salmon & Professor Ione Lewis PACFA
    • Mortality and Meaning: Integrating death into life – Dr Alison Strasser
    • Burnout prevention can be fun: Playing with the arts for self-care and peer support – Dr Rosemary Faire
    • Ego States: Theory and Application – Elana Leigh
    • Relationship Therapy Methodologies Program by The Hart Centre
    • Relational Life Institute Level 1 training by Terry Real
    • Couples and Asperger’s Syndrome Counselling Skills and Strategies, Tony Attwood
    • The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy, Dr Ellyn Bader
    Described by Hart clients as:
    • Very caring
    • Calming
    • Experienced
    • Soothing approach
    • Able to understand the real issues
    Types of Therapy
    About Therapist

    Morgan is a perceptive and thoughtful counsellor, with over 15 years of professional experience. He is strongly committed to helping his clients make positive changes in their lives and their relationships. His genuine and understanding manner enables his clients to freely discuss and work through their concerns. He has a client centred approach and provides a quiet, focused atmosphere in his sessions. He supports his clients to create lasting changes with the issue at hand and gives his clients the tools and strategies to help them now and into the future.

    He provides effective therapeutic support to adults, couples and families. He also teaches and supervises counselling students.

    Each session with Morgan is focused on his client’s needs by starting where the client is at. He incorporates a range of therapeutic approaches to address a variety of concerns, in a way which is meaningful for each of his clients.

    He is a clinical member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Association of Australia, Australian Society of Sex Educators and Research Therapists NSW, and the Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association. Prior to working in private practice, he has a substantial background working in management and consultancy in the public and private sectors.

    Click here to read our interview about the counselling he offers.


    • Clinical member Psychotherapy and Counselling Association of Australia (PACFA),
    • Australian Society of Sex Educators and Research Therapists NSW ASSET (NSW),
    • Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association ANZMHA)
    How many years counselling experience do you have?

    Over 15 years.

    What are three strengths you have as a Psychologist/Counsellor?
    1. Empathic
    2. Trustworthy
    3. Ethical
    What is the most satisfying and fulfilling part of the work you do?

    Solving client problems.

    What’s an example of a couple you have helped the most?

    A couple who were on the verge of divorce due to one partner having affair. Their relationship was strengthened.

    Parking & Accessibility

    Wheelchair accessible.

    Or to book an appointment, please call 1300 830 552