Having a child is an exciting and emotional time for many couples but it can also be a great test for even the strongest of relationships. The time and attention that you once had for each other is taken up with caring for the kids, the housework, cooking, working – the list goes on. Often, there is little time or energy to give attention back to each other. Over time, this can cause fractures in a relationship and develop into larger issues if not addressed.
Our guest speaker will be Liz Neal from Elizabeth Neal Psychology, a psychologist with expertise in maternal psychology and relationship therapy, and Waratah Karleu, a holistic sex and relationship therapist.
During our information morning Liz and Waratah will share strategies and advice on how to maintain a healthy relationship while adjusting to your new role as a parent. They’ll answer the most common questions that we see coming up in our group, how to discuss an issue with your other half in a productive way and understanding each other’s needs. Morning tea and coffee/tea are included. Get your tickets HERE
About our panellists:
Holistic Sex and Relationship Therapist, Waratah Karleu, is a qualified Counsellor and Sex Therapist with many years of experience working with couples, in the fields of supporting individuals and couples in finding greater fulfilment within their intimate lives, specialising in supporting couples in transitioning their intimate relationship during pregnancy and beyond and presenting regular intimacy education workshops to enhance greater connection within your relationship.
Along with Liz Neal from Elizabeth Neal Psychology, a Psychologist with expertise in Maternal Psychology and Relationship Therapy. She is dedicated to the field of maternal psychology, who helps mums who experience stress, distress, anxiety and depression with targeted strategies to nurture a healthy mindset, enhance relationships and make parenting more fulfilling.
Childminding available limited to 12, fee $10 per place.