MCouns BSocSc (Couns. & Mediation) GDip (Couple & Family)
Senior Relationship Counsellor
Nazmin Khan is a devoted Senior Relationship Counsellor and a longstanding associate of Creating Change Psychology and Counselling. She is a dynamic game changer when it comes to relationships. As an accomplished therapist in couple and family interactions, Nazmin’s distinct reputation for creating clarity and calm from the chaos, precedes her.
Central to her client’s experience, Nazmin works with individuals, couples and families. Experienced in relationships from many varied cultures, religions and the LGBTQI community, Nazmin is steadfast in keeping the relationship as the core focus. Assisting distressed and fractured relationships in identifying the causes and to find a pathway to a safe, secure and sustainable future.
She works hard to understand you and your loved ones when times are tough. Through thought provoking conversation, using patience and persistence she is efficient at identifying communication blocks and raising those unspoken topics. Nazmin’s warm, honest and engaging nature puts you at ease and inspires effective interactions.
As a Senior Relationship Counsellor at Creating Change, Nazmin holds a Masters degree in Counselling, a Bachelor of Social Science, a Graduate Diploma in Systemic Therapy specialising in couple and family therapy and a certificate in Community Welfare.
Her professional experience is comparatively impressive: 7 years of private practice; roles with Relationships Australia (10yrs), Western Sydney Area Health and New England Area Health Service specifically assisting Indian, Pakistani and Sikh women’s groups and promoting mental health in Aboriginal communities.
Further to her accomplishments is the scope of relationship issues she continues to specialise in. This includes blended families and stepfamilies, infidelity, court appointed counselling, the after effects of domestic violence, managing conflict and children’s needs during separation and divorce as well as inter-racial and intercultural effects on relationships.
On a personal level, Nazmin enjoys travelling; engaging in community events and spending time with her loved ones.
"A great relationship is about two things, first, find out the similarities, second, respect the differences. - Unknown"