It was great to see Clinton Power + Associates recently named in a list of one of the top blogs for marriage counselling and relationships.I've been regularly blogging about relationship issues for singles and couples since 2009. In that time I've written over 200 blog posts on a variety of topics including divorce, online dating, relationship … [Read more...] about Clinton Power + Associates Named One of Australia’s Top Blogs
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Individual and couples therapist Brandon Srot recently joined the team at the Clinton Power + Associates as a counselling associate.Brandon Srot has over 7 years of experience working with individuals and couples with relationship issues. He has a passion for helping couples transform their relationship.So I recently interviewed … [Read more...] about Daring Singles and Couples to Do Something Different: In Conversation with Our Counselling Associate Brandon Srot
Can a happy relationship save your life?If you've ever been in a bad relationship, you probably know that relationship problems can cause you mental anguish and emotional stress. So it only makes sense that being in a relationship where you have high levels of disagreements and conflict can also lead to physical health problems.Not … [Read more...] about STUDY: Unhappy Couples Die Younger
There's been a lot of talk lately about sexual harassment in the hospitality industry since an article in Fairfax newspapers exposed the dirty underbelly of this industry.So I recently spoke with Hannah Reilly on the triple j radio show The Hook Up about these disturbing behaviours that are impacting many young people working in … [Read more...] about Sexual Harassment in the Hospitality Industry: It’s Not Okay!
Smartphones affect relationships, period. Their convenience and technology may bring a couple together initially, but they can ruin the relationship later, and PPhubbing is a prime example. Phubbing is phone snubbing, ignoring the person in front of you to use your smartphone. “Pphubbing” is phubbing your partner, and it could potentially destroy … [Read more...] about PPhubbing: How This New Trend Can Ruin Your Relationship
Welcome to Clinton Power + Associate's new associate: psychologist, Heather Bray. I'm thrilled to welcome our new associate, psychologist Heather Bray, to the Clinton Power + Associates team.Heather Bray has over 16 years of experience working with individuals and couples with relationship issues. She has a passion for helping couples … [Read more...] about Helping Couples Transform Their Relationship: An Interview with Our New Associate Heather Bray
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed on the Talking Lifestyle radio show with Melissa Ferrari and Jono Coleman.In the segment I spoke about the stigma that some people feel when considering couples therapy and reasons why smart couples go to couples therapy.Click below to listen to the interview. The 5 reasons why smart … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Why Smart Couples go to Couples Therapy
Clinton Power + Associates is pleased to announce we have a position available in 2017 for a dedicated couples therapist to join our team. We are looking for a therapist who is passionate about working with individuals and couples with relationship issues.Clinton Power + Associates is a busy Sydney relationship counselling and psychotherapy … [Read more...] about Clinton Power + Associates is Expanding! Couples Therapist Wanted
I'm thrilled to announce that Clinton Power + Associates' Sydney office has moved to 110/120 Bourke St Woolloomooloo NSW 2011! (Check out the photo of our gorgeous new office space above.)While I've loved working in Macquarie St for the last 3 years, we had outgrown the space, so our new counselling office is significantly larger for the … [Read more...] about Clinton Power + Associates Has Moved!
There’s a new term floating around the modern dating scene, kind of a revamping of the phrase “stringing along.” The word is “breadcrumbing,” and it means sporadically sending someone flirtatious yet noncommittal text messages or random social media “likes” (i.e., "breadcrumbs") to keep the person’s dating expectations of a possible relationship … [Read more...] about Have You Heard of the New Dating Phenomenon Called ‘Breadcrumbing’?