Psychology & counselling services for relationships, sexual function, and overall wellbeing.

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At CRSW we take a warm, compassionate, and non‑judgemental approach to therapy with the aim to empower your individual strengths to help you reach your goals and develop a greater understanding about yourself.

We aim to provide personalised, evidence-based treatment, drawing from a range of therapeutic approaches. This may include brief or longer-term treatment, for individuals or couples/relationships.

Clinicians at CRSW work with and treat a range of psychological problems including couples/relationship issues, sexual function, women's health, men's health, depression, anxiety, life adjustment, stress, and other health issues.

Sometimes clients find it difficult to know exactly what is wrong but recognise that they are not living their best life. We would be happy to discuss and explore how to best help you lead a flourishing and meaningful life.

All clinicians at CRSW are LGBTIQA+ friendly, sex-worker allied and welcoming of those in poly or other diverse relationships.

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What is attachment and why is it important

Attachment refers to the way in which we typically relate and build emotional bonds to others. The typical way we attach (i.e., our attachment “style”), develops in early childhood but then continues to evolve through adolescence and then adulthood.

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Re-thinking sexual experiences

As a clinical psychologist that works with a large portion of clients with sexual dysfunction, some of the issues I explore with people include low or discrepant libido (sexual desire), unsatisfactory sexual frequency perhaps due to pain, anxiety, or low mood, and broad sexual dissatisfaction.

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What is my attachment style?

Given our attachment can impact our ability to feel and regulate our emotions, the way we see ourselves, the way we see the world, and our expectations in our relationships, it is probably a good idea to understand your attachment style.

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