About Reed & his approach to Therapy & working with People.

About Reed & his approach to Therapy & working with People.

People have an innate capacity to self-actualise.

Reed Everingham

About Reed & his approach to Therapy & working with People.

About Reed & his approach to Therapy & working with People.

Reed Everingham

Reed is a psychotherapist, couples coach and educator. His primary focus is supporting people to feel less stuck or overwhelmed. He also provides clinical supervision to counsellors and psychotherapists.

His therapeutic approach is person-centred, gender-affirmative, and trauma-informed. He cultivates safety and connection for participants, working together to build capacity, insight, and momentum. His work with supervisees often focuses on building competence, therapeutic presence, and the alliance between supervisee and supervisor.

Reed holds a graduate diploma in Counselling and a Master’s of Psychotherapy and Counselling. He also maintains clinical registration with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and is listed on the Australian Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (ARCAP).

His professional life includes working as a therapist, couples counsellor, clinical supervisor, educator and academic at Western Sydney and Deakin Universities. Please reach out to Reed if he sounds like the right fit for you and your situation.

Reed Everingham

Positioning Statement

I acknowledge the Dharug, Gundungurra, Wiradjuri, and Gadigal people as the traditional custodians of the unceded lands where I live, love, and work. I pay my respects to the First Nations people for their wisdom, creativity, story, courage, and resilience; I hold hope and space for healing and change.

I am a gay, neurodivergent man with lived experience of homophobia, sexual violence, and intergenerational trauma. These experiences of difference, discrimination and violence coexist alongside many privileges.

I acknowledge these as cis-gendered, caucasian, male, able-bodied, literate, middle-class, tertiary-educated, Australian, heteronormatively-perceived, monogamous-kinship-perceived, employed, with access to health, food, technology, and resources.

I have had access to opportunities across the arts and culture sectors, education, health, not-for-profit, and government. As an educator, I have enjoyed teaching, supervising and presenting to peers and university students. As a therapist, supervisor, and mentor, my interests are person-centred, trauma-informed, existential, environmental, and somatic.