Counselling Services


Relationships: Couples and
Interpersonal Counselling

Relationships come in many forms, including romantic relationships, relationships with family members, friends, work colleagues, teachers and relationship with self.

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Grief, Loss and Bereavement

Grief, loss and bereavement often underpins the reasons people seek counselling. The experience of loss can challenge who we think we are and how we view ourselves in the world. Grief is part of a normal response to loss of any kind.

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Anxiety and Stress

Anxiety and stress are normal components of our everyday lives and contribute to our motivation to make change. However, elevated and prolonged levels of anxiety and stress can become overwhelming and debilitating, impacting both physically and emotionally.

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Self Esteem and Self Worth

Beliefs, thoughts and feelings shape a person’s self-esteem and self-worth, directly influencing how they see and experience the world.

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Life Directions and Transitions

Deciding how you want your life to be and navigating your life transitions or changes to your future direction can be a challenging, confusing and a painful process that taps into a range of uncomfortable emotions.

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Pre-marriage Relationship
Enhancement Program

This three to six session program guides couples through a process of exploration and discussion about their unique partnership and family. These sessions offer tools and insights that help relationships grow and achieve high levels of sustainability for loving, supportive and long term relationships.

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Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervision is a requirement of most of the professional counselling organisations in Australia.  I am a PACFA (Psychologists and Counsellors Federation of Australia) Accredited Supervisor and have been providing Clinical Supervision to counsellors for over 4 years  

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