IS your relationship not working the way it once was?


Some common warning signs of trouble in a relationship

  • You’re no longer doing things together anymore.
  • Recurring arguments about similar issues.
  • Feeling dissatisfied and unhappy. 
  • One partner finding new interests without the other.
  • Loss of friendship and warmth in the relationship.
  • Feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. 
  • Prioritising others over the other partner.

Issues that can cause differences include

  • Stress and pressure relating to and including health, work, parents, children or money.
  • Differing goals and expectations.
  • Differing perspectives or values.
  • Lack of time to spend together.
  • limited trust.
  • Financial insecurity/difficulties
  • Raising children
  • Infertility
  • Serious illness or disability
  • Sexual difficulties
  • Job loss or unemployment
  • Violence or abuse
  • Issues arising from a previous relationship.

We get it. So Let's Talk.

At Halcyon believe that having a satisfying relationship is based on education, self-reflection, effective communication and helpful coping strategies.

We can help. To make things easier we offer a free 15 miinute counsellor callback. There’s no commitment, think of it as your first step forward from being stuck.

Trinity Dang


  • Bachelor of Social Science Psychology (BSocSc Psych)
  • Bachelor of Counselling (BCouns)


  • Director of a family-run agriculture business for over 12 years that seasonally employs over 500 people.  Focused on employee recruitment, process and system training and development.
  • Sales and Marketing Roles in Indonesia, Singapore, Belgium and London
  • Crisis supporter at Lifeline for over two years helping those experiencing crisis, and suicide ideation
  • Red Cross Employment Services, counselling people who have been out of work due to injuries or disability to regain confidence.
  • USC Counselling and Wellbeing Clinic providing psychological and emotional support services to help the community through uncertain times.


  • Australian Counselling Association (ACA) 
  • Australian Psychological Society (APS)


  • Family/Couples Relationships
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Grief and Loss
  • Corporate Counselling