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Relationships Australia NSW (RANSW) asks you to see into the eyes of both survivors and users of family and domestic violence. More

The incidents in Paris this weekend left most of us feeling empathy for the victims and their families, as well as shock and horror.  Many of us spent several hours watching the news coverage and some of us may have started to feel overly sad  and despairing feelings.  

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Therapists, what do you think about these relationships?

Relationships Australia New South Wales and Macquarie University are working together to investigate couples therapists’ varying attitudes to different types of relationships. You’re invited to take part in a survey on this issue.

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Relationships Australia NSW is helping researchers at the Australian National University better understand how separated parents manage and make decisions about children’s lives after divorce. More

Relationships Australia welcomes the building of support for marriage equality in both Houses of the Australian Parliament.

Are you an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person who uses Relationships Australia NSW services or plans to in the future? 

Relationships Australia NSW is aware that some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have  found the service system difficult to navigate. At Relationships Australia NSW, however, we want to change this. We’d love to hear from you!  

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This research aims to explore the after care needs of people who lived in care during the last century in Australia (estimated at 500,000 Forgotten Australians). Individuals who have lived in child welfare institutions and other forms of substitute care are known to have experienced significant disadvantage as a result of widespread practices within care systems that were psychologically, sexually and physically abusive or that constituted neglect.

Chronic pain is recognised as pain that lasts for at least three months. Relationships Australia and the Australian Catholic University are working together to look at how chronic pain affects relationships and what can be done in terms of support. We’d love to hear from you! More

Relationships Australia NSW

Relationships Australia NSW provides relationship support services for individuals, couples, families and communities.

We are a not-for-profit Australian organisation with no religious affiliations.  Our goal is to promote relationships that are safe, healthy and resilient.

Relationships Australia services are available to  all people regardless of  religious beliefs, cultural background, family structure, economic situation, gender  or sexual orientation.