Years in Practice

6-10 years


Melbourne VIC 3145 - Australia



Additional Expertise

Attorney, Divorce Coach, Marriage and Family Therapist, Marriage/Couples Counselor, Mediator, Psychotherapist, Relationship Coach

I Practice in

All areas, please inquire



I Believe

in working with you to create a happy, healthy, intimate and meaningful relationship with yourself and others.

About Margie Ulbrick

Margie is a Relationship Counsellor, Collaborative Family Lawyer, in Family Therapy, Somatic Psychotherapy and Law, she has experience over many years working to help people create sustaining and nurturing relationships and work towards maximising optimum health in families.

As a Relationship Counsellor Margie works with couples, individuals and families to assist in promoting growth in relationships, the management of conflict, and in enhancing love, connectedness and well-being.

Margie is a fierce advocate for relationships and family, and works with people to create the best outcome possible for a family that is going through divorce and separation.

As a family lawyer she works with couples to assist them to separate with integrity and according to their own values, supporting the interests of the children and coaching the parties in communication skills in order to help them make the transition into a new family.

As a writer she communicates some of the skills that she teaches couples in order to further her work of supporting relationships. In addition to The Majellan, she has been published in Living Now magazine, Australian Natural Health, Women’s Health and Fitness, Our Town and The Age newspaper. She is a regular contributor to online relationship websites in the USA and to Healthshare in Australia. She has also been interviewed on the popular TV programme The Project .

Margie Ulbrick Success Stories

No longer defensive

"I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Margie through my relationship challenges. I now feel empowered to live more from my heart and feel a big relief to know how to come from a loving space rather than a defensive and negative place." Caroline

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