Stephanie Sieberhagen
Psychologist

Relationship Specialist

Counselling service for adults, couples and families 

After all those years as a woman hearing 'not thin enough, not pretty enough, not smart enough, not this enough, not that enough,' almost overnight I woke up one morning and thought, 'I'm enough.'

Anna Quindlen

Recent Blogs

Taking the first step to getting help is not easy. By visiting this site you have already taken that step. Well done! Seeing a therapist has become more common place nowadays and I want to reassure you that your needs are my greatest priority and your privacy is always guaranteed. Seeing a therapist and receiving counselling can be a once-off, short term or medium term arrangement, depending on your issue, be it crisis based or a more long term sense of unhappiness. Working with a therapist is about forming a partnership to get you through the tough times or to re-direct your life if you feel stuck or just desire to attain a greater sense of fulfillment from your life. Contact me if you would like to make an appointment.

Couple therapy

Relationship breakdown is something most of us face at least once in our lifetime. When is it time to let go? To start over? And when should we knuckle down and work it out? Especially when families are involved, things get complicated. Join me to look for the answers.

Relationship issues

Every phase of a relationship comes with challenges - from the 'does he like me?' to the 'do I love him/ her anymore'? Facing our uncertainties is painful and can be confusing. A few sessions with or without your partner might be what you need to get yourself re-aligned.

Communication

Many couples do not build a firm and conscious communication base at the beginning of a relationship or fail to do maintenance on their interaction styles. Just because you are struggling to talk to each other right now, doesn't mean you can't learn to do so successfully.

One of the most courageous things you can do is identify yourself, know who you are, what you believe in and where you want to go.

Sheila Murray Bethel