Life has taught us that love does not
consist in gazing at each other
but in looking outward together in the same
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Find the seed at the bottom of your heart
and bring forth a flower.
counselling in Sydney
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counselling in Sydney.
In the inner-west of Sydney, Associate
Professor Ross G. Menzies has been providing Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for couples with
relationship problems for over 15 years.
Professor Menzies completed his B.Sc (Psych),
M.Psychol (both with first class honours), then a PhD in
clinical psychology at the University of NSW. He is
currently Associate Professor of Psychology and Head, School
of Behavioural and Community Health Sciences at the
University of Sydney.
Professor Menzies is the
and past National President,
of the Australian Association for Cognitive Behaviour
Therapy. Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is the most
established treatment approach for dysfunctional
relationships. Professor Menzies is the Editor of Behaviour
Change, Australia’s national CBT journal. Since 2002 he has
been the overseas expert trainer in Cognitive Behaviour
Therapy at the National University of Singapore (NUS). His
appointment at NUS involves, among other things, teaching
postgraduate diploma students high-level CBT skills in the
area of couples therapy.
Professor Menzies holds several other
honorary appointments, including Honorary Associate of the
Department of Medical Psychology at Westmead Hospital,
Honorary Associate of the Sydney Clinic,
and Honorary Associate of the ASRC. He is the Senior
Clinical Supervisor for psychologists in the Adult Mental
Health Team and the Child, Youth and Family Team in the
Division of Mental Health at St George Hospital.
He was a member of the Mood Disorders Research Centre
Advisory Committee at Prince of Wales Hospital for two
is an active researcher with numerous national competitive
grants in a variety of areas. He has produced over 100
international journal manuscripts, books and book chapters
and is regularly invited to speak at conferences and leading
universities and institutions around the world. He continues
to attract patients from across metropolitan Sydney, rural
NSW, interstate and from overseas, with many individuals and
couples travelling thousands of kilometres to receive
treatment at his private practice.
Remember, we all
stumble, every one of us. That’s why it’s a
comfort to go hand in hand.
The greatest weakness of most humans is
to tell others how much they love them while
they’re still alive.