We provide a range of online therapy services specifically to help you with your individual or couple relationship issues.
Online therapy and counselling for individuals and couples
Clinton Power provides online counselling for any residents of Australia or Australian expats. Online counselling is provided via videoconference technology.
Check out our online therapy FAQs.
Over 30 years of research demonstrates that online therapy is as effective as face-to-face therapy for most issues.
Online counselling also gives you the convenience of being able to do counselling from anywhere in Australia, without the need to travel to our Sydney office.
Which relationship counsellors work online?
Clinton Power provides all online counselling services.
What are the most common relationship issues you work with?
We offer therapy for a wide range of individual and relationship issues including:
- difficulty starting or maintaining a relationship
- issues with dating or finding a long-term mate
- fighting and unresolved conflict in your relationship
- jealousy and trust issues in your relationship
- difficulty in overcoming past relationship pain
- sexual and intimacy issues affecting your relationship
- separation and divorce issues
- family conflict and parenting issues
- childhood trauma and abuse that is affecting your relationships
- sexuality, sexual identity and same-sex relationship issues
Clinton has extensive experience and training and has been working with relationship issues since 2003.
What qualifications and training do your counsellors have?
Clinton Power is registered with the peak industry organisation PACFA – The Psychotherapists and Counsellors Federation of Australia - that regulates the counselling and psychotherapy field.
You can feel assured that all your practitioners meets the most stringent requirements for experience, training and registration to ensure you receive the best therapy treatment available.
What happens in the first therapy appointment?
When you book your first appointment, we treat this as a comprehensive assessment session. Your counsellor will ask you about your current situation, issues or difficulty that has led you to counselling. This first session is also an opportunity for you to get a feel for your counsellor’s approach to make sure you are a good fit for working together.
At the end of the first session your counsellor will share their assessment and feedback and make recommendations for the therapeutic work. Together you will decide what is the best approach in terms of frequency of sessions. Your counsellor will also clarify your goals and the results you’re wanting from the counselling to make sure you’re on the same page.
How many sessions will I need?
This is a difficult question to answer because it depends on what the issue is, how long the issue has been ongoing, and what kind of change you’re wanting.
On average, our clients tend to stay for 6-10 sessions, but it’s also common some clients who are working on long-standing issues will work with us for significantly longer periods because they see the value in doing long-term therapy work. Occasionally some clients only require a small number of sessions because they want to resolve a very specific issue that doesn't require longer work.
It’s important to know the best results from counselling are achieved when appointments are scheduled and attended on a regular basis.
How do I get started?
If you’re ready to book an appointment now call us today on (02) 8968 9323 or book online with our online appointment scheduler.
What hours do you see clients online?
We offer appointments online during the following times:
Monday – Thursday, 1:00PM - 7:00PM
The last appointment of the day is 6:00pm.
We offer after hours appointments because we know how difficult it can be for some people to attend appointments during working hours. There is no additional fee for after-hours appointments, but they are our most in-demand appointments and there is often a wait list for those times.
Want to book an online counselling appointment?
We can provide you with further information about how we work and current availability.
Clinton Power + Associates
The William Bland Centre
805/229 Macquarie St
Sydney NSW 2000
(02) 8968 9323