Bonnie Ingram Psychology

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Psychologist and Relationship Therapist

Supporting relationships, and their humans, in all their uniqueness.

Bonnie Ingram Psychology

Humans are created for connection…

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Couples Therapy Brisbane

Bonnie Ingram is a Psychologist and Relationship | Couples Therapist based in Brisbane, with a passion for supporting relationships and their humans in all their uniqueness. With an innovative blend of understanding complex trauma, LGBTQ+ and Neurodivergent needs, and Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Bonnie can support you in finding your unique version of relational wellbeing. Bonnie is also an accredited Cognitive Processing Therapy (gold standard evidence-based trauma therapy) provider.

Couples & Relationship Therapy

Gottman Method Couples Therapy

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Individual Therapy


Online / Telehealth

Couples therapist Brisbane Bonnie Ingram

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About Bonnie Ingram

Bonnie is a curious, compassionate, and nurturing psychologist, whose experience has led her to develop an interest in intimate attachment and relationships. Homo-Sapiens are neurobiologically designed for emotional connection. Intimate connection is fundamental to being human and essential to well-being. Bonnie’s passion is for helping couples, individuals and their partners, to discover happy and fulfilling ways to live and love.

Challenges Bonnie can help you with

Bonnie works with Adults, Couples and Polyamorous Relationship, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Persons, LGBTQ+ Persons, and Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Persons.

Adjustment and Life Transitions

Affairs & Betrayal

Anxiety & Depression

Attachment-related challenges

Complex Trauma

Couples & Relationship Therapy


Gender Transition within a Relationship

Interpersonal and Relationship challenges

Low Self-Esteem

Neurodiversity within a Relationship

Non-monogamous Relationships

Polyamorous Relationships

Post Relationship Break-up Support

Navigating a new relationship

Stress Management


Relationships & Individuals

How to get what you need in a relationship

How to get what you need in a relationship

Doctors John and Julie Gottman’s research helps us understand how happy couples communicate their needs with each other. Here are the 3 things you can do to get what you need in a relationship 1. Talk about how you feel If there is something they feel unhappy about,...

Qualities to look for in a potential partner

Qualities to look for in a potential partner

For a single person, it can be challenging to know what to look for in a new partner when dating. There can be a lot of feelings: excitement, awkwardness and everything in between. So, what are some things we know make a person a good partner? Logan Ury’s research,...

Attachment Styles in Relationships

Attachment Styles in Relationships

There is a lot of talk about attachment styles in relationships these days and the challenge that certain attachment combinations can present. Attachment styles are predominantly formed in early childhood based on a child’s perception of their parent’s availability,...

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