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MARG RYAN

RELATIONSHIP COUNSELLOR AND THERAPIST

STRESS | IRRITABILITY | SLEEPLESS NIGHTS | EXHAUSTION | FEELING FLAT OR TENSE | SLEEPLESS NIGHTS | RELATIONSHIP DIFFICULTIES

If your life and your relationships are becoming too challenging, and painful feelings keep emerging that are difficult to manage,
you may need assistance. It is really useful to turn to someone who can provide you with a genuine, professional relationship of support.
You will be respected and supported to creatively explore how to get the very best out of your life.
It is a privilege to work with you and create a safe environment for you to change and grow.

Individual Sessions

I am experienced at helping you find relief from issues that show up with signs like feeling flat or tense, finding yourself in conflict, or struggling with addictions or problems in relationships.

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Couples' Sessions

I am skilled at helping people rescue relationships that have gone awry. I can also help you manage separation, no matter if you are married or in a defacto or same sex relationship.

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“Our mind/body experience is at the core of the sense of self that we develop and recognize as ‘who we are.’ By working directly on not only thoughts and feelings but also sensations in our bodies, we can get new levels of meaning, of relationship, of experience and new levels of personal identity.”
Pat Ogden, 2015 (adapted by Marg Ryan)
“Therapists help clients to contain and soothe painful emotions and to explore and transform maladaptive emotions.”
Greenberg, 2007
“A secure sense of connection with caring people is the foundation of personality development.”
Judith Herman, 1992
“If you did not receive enough compassion, understanding, and consistent emotional regulation from your parents, it’s not too late. You can get this from good therapy.”
Margot Sunderland, 2006
“It makes life such a constant struggle if we are unable to manage stress well, and there are so many people who just can’t do it. Seeking therapy in later life can be a real second chance to develop effective stress – regulating systems in the brain.”
Margot Sunderland, 2006
“Until one is committed there is always hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness… The moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help, that would never otherwise have occurred.
Goethe