Psychologists & Relationship Counsellors Elizabeth St. Sydney
A wealth of experience
Two Consulting Suites
418/185 Elizabeth St
Sydney, NSW 2000
Tel (02) 8205 0566
Mon-Fri: 9:00am – 9:00pm
Sat: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Marian – Relationship Counsellor & Therapist Social Worker
Marian is a highly experienced therapist with accreditation as a Mental Health Social Worker. Marian offers a supportive and informed approach to counselling based on three decades of experience. Her services include therapy for couples and families as well as individuals.
Marian’s background includes over 20 years experience as a family and couple counsellor with Relationships Australia after which she moved into private practice. Her clients describe her as passionate and connected in her work with a true commitment to her clients betterment.
Her approach is based on helping her clients develop greater insight by helping them see their situation through new lenses including their own patterned ways of being or thinking. She is degree qualified having attained a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) as well as a Bachelor of Social Studies. Her education combined with a vast amount of experience means she can draw on a range of modalities and approaches tailored to her clients unique needs.
Revi – Mental Health Social Worker & Relationship
Revi is an experienced therapist who is committed to helping her clients through life’s challenges and transitions with insight, empathy and non-judgemental support. With more than 15 years of experience working in Australia and Israel with people from diverse backgrounds, Revi is equipped to assist her clients with a variety of concerns. She is especially interested in relationships and couple dynamics, and works with many couples and individuals on issues such as communication, self-esteem, dating, parenting, separation and divorce and family conflict.
Revi’s education includes a Bachelor of Social Work and Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling. She is an accredited Mental Health Social Worker and member of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW). She may utilise Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and family systems therapy with her clients, as well as using a psychotherapeutic approach to explore deeper themes and emotional patterns impacting her client’s lives.