Liz Paul is a clinical psychotherapist with experience, empathy & a genuine passion to help people in need.

Liz is an Individual, Family & Couples Therapist with a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), a Bachelor of Education, a Masters degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy, and a Diploma of Teaching.

In addition, she has a Graduate Diploma of Relationship Counselling from Relationships Australia, and has completed Levels 1 and 2 of the world’s leading research-based couples therapy training conducted by the acclaimed Gottman Institute.

Liz brings more than 25 years’ experience working with children, teenagers, adults, families and couples to the therapy room, is a clinical member of PACFA, and an affiliate member of the College of Relationship Counsellors.

Liz has passion, talent and vast professional and life experience helping individuals, couples and families.

She has worked with children and their families to overcome developmental and behavioural issues.

She has also helped many adolescents through problems including suicidal ideation, poor self-esteem, eating disorders, relationship and family problems, self-harming behaviours, anxiety and depression.

In addition, Liz has helped individuals and couples who are experiencing difficulties in their relationships and need assistance in regaining trust and patience with their partner, and harmony in their relationship.

As a psychotherapist, mother, wife and former teacher, Liz has great empathy for the challenges facing people today – and enjoys nothing more than to see them ‘graduate’ from her therapy happier, more resilient, and better equipped to meet life’s challenges and to reach their life potential.

Book your first appointment now

To inquire about therapy with Liz in Fairlight, or a Zoom session with Liz, please contact her at:

Sydney Individuals and Couples Counselling

Phone: 0422 306679

Liz is a Practicing Specialist in:

Couples therapy Relationship counselling Family therapy Individuals counselling

Same sex couples counselling GBLT Eating disorders

Liz helps individuals, couples and families, who aren’t coping well at the moment, to solve their problems so they can become happier, more confident... & ready to enjoy life again.


  • Are my sessions confidential?

    Yes. I am bound by the Privacy Act to maintain confidentiality with clients unless I believe ... READ MORE

  • How long will I be in therapy?

    This will depend on the nature of your issues. For some people, the required change and understanding can be achieved ... READ MORE

  • How long are the appointments?

    My psychotherapy sessions for individuals are 60 minutes in duration. For couples and families, my sessions are 90 minutes to help ensure everyone has enough time to have their say.

  • Can anyone benefit from your psychotherapy?

    Our therapy benefits individuals, couples and families who would like to ... READ MORE

  • How will you work with me?

    To me, psychotherapy means working closely with each client to develop solutions which will lead them to a happier life. ... READ MORE

  • How much do therapy sessions cost?

    The cost of my sessions is in line with industry standards. Please contact us for further information. ... READ MORE

  • Which types of therapy do you use?

    I am not limited to using one particular type of therapy ... READ MORE

  • How can I make an appointment?

    To inquire about therapy with Liz in Fairlight, or a Zoom session with Liz, please contact her at:

    Sydney Individuals and Couples Counselling

    Phone: 0422 306 679

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What are the issues for which most people seek assistance?

  • Relationship break-ups
  • Constantly fighting with your partner
  • Loss of intimacy with your partner
  • Communication problems with your partner or child
  • Difficulty parenting toddlers or teens
  • Pre-marriage counselling
  • A child misbehaving
  • Eating disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Family counselling
  • Wanting to separate from their partner amicably
  • Helping the children cope after a relationship break-up
  • Trouble staying in relationships
  • HSC stress for students and their families
  • Relationship commitment issues
  • Problems at work
  • Couple counselling
  • Difficulties with step-children
  • Sexual difficulties
  • Problems with in-laws
  • Substance addiction
  • Facing major life changes
  • Making new life choices
  • Relationship counselling