Many people may be hesitant to see a counsellor, and that is a completely understandable reaction. Afterall, how could someone else even begin to understand the challenges you face?
Not seeking to diagnose or label, counselling provides a safe, non-judgmental space to talk, and to be heard, when you are feeling uncertainty, despair, overwhelmed, or just don’t know what to do or where to turn to next. If you, or a loved one, are considering counselling support, and are feeling some hesitancy, feel free to browse here or contact me to see how I may support you.
My approach with people of all ages, both young and older, is strengths-based with a focus on internal resilience and resourcefulness. You will be met with empathy and support from a qualified counsellor to find workable solutions, so that you can feel good about yourself and in your relationship with others.
Rebates are also available to eligible members of Medibank Private, Doctors Health Fund, or AHM (please refer to your policy for further details).
Being a counsellor is only a part of who I am.
I have a nationally recognised qualification as a counsellor with a particular interest in grief and loss having achieved a study Major in this particular field.
I provide counselling for people of all ages.
I have personally experienced several losses in my life, pets, people, family and friends, these experiences brought about a sense of isolation and emptiness.
Feel free to contact me if you have any enquiries.