Trisha Stratford, a former expert on “Married At First Sight Australia” and a clinical neuro psychotherapist, has passed away at 72 years old. Stratford originally from Wellington, New Zealand, joined the show in 2015 and served as an expert on the series for seven seasons. Throughout her career, she worked extensively between Australia and New Zealand.
Height- 5 feet 5 inch (approx.)
Weight- 60 kg (approx.)
Born- Wellington, New Zealand
Profession- clinical Neuropsychotherapist
Trisha Stratford originally born in Wellington, New Zealand, Stratford had made Sydney her home before moving to Auckland in 2020. There is no available information about her parents.
Trisha Stratford is survived by her partner, Roger, with whom she had been in a relationship since February 2018.
Roger had three sons, and she had one daughter named Gina. Trisha was also a proud grandmother.
Trisha Stratford, deeply involved in social justice projects throughout her career, made the announcement in September 2020 that she would be departing from “Married At First Sight” (MAFS) after seven seasons. She cited her decision as a step towards focusing on her writing, research, and neuropsychotherapy. In her statement, she expressed her hope for the continued success of the program, which provided a platform for ongoing discussions about relationships and love. Clinical sexologist Alessandra Rampolla took over her role on the show.
Following her departure from MAFS, Stratford, who had been residing in Sydney, relocated to New Zealand with her partner, Roger, who was based in Auckland.
While her initial departure from MAFS appeared amicable, Stratford later expressed reservations about the direction the show was taking. She voiced concerns about participants who, in her view, should not have been part of the program.
Before her involvement in MAFS, Stratford worked as a war correspondent in Somalia and Bosnia during her time with 60 Minutes. Her expertise centered on the neuroscience of relationships, and she authored several books on the subject.
As of September 2023, before Trisha Stratford died, she had an estimated net worth of about $8 million
Cause of Death
Trisha Stratford, the former expert of the television show “Married At First Sight Australia,” has passed away at the age of 72. A clinical neuropsychologist born in New Zealand, Stratford was a fixture on the Channel 9 dating program from its inception in 2015 until her departure in 2020.
Her colleague and fellow original expert from MAFS, John Aiken, shared the news of her passing on Instagram, expressing his deep sorrow and remembering the wonderful times they had together during seven seasons of MAFS. Stratford had a passion for New Zealand, relationships, sports, and travel.
The cause of Trisha Stratford’s death remains unknown. The network, Channel Nine, expressed their profound sadness upon hearing of her passing, extending their condolences to her family and loved ones during this challenging time. Stratford, who was actively involved in various social justice projects throughout her career, had announced her departure from MAFS in September 2020.