Individuals

Long and Short-term Work

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Safety & Collaboration

Regardless of which approach you choose to take – short or long term – my priority remains you. I’ll work with you to establish a relationship that’s collaborative, accepting, authentic, and honours the unique world in which you live.

Psychotherapy

A focus on change in self.

Psychotherapy is a treatment that primarily focuses on achieving personal change and development. It is common for similar issues to arise in different contexts and relationships, and psychotherapy helps you address these issues, understand yourself better, and adjust long-standing patterns of behaviour that may be affecting your relationships, work, and studies.

I take a humanistic and person-centred approach. Instead of providing advice or a diagnosis, I aim to gently guide you towards self-awareness and self-actualisation. To achieve this, I emphasise understanding and care while utilising mindfulness-based practices.

Mindfulness is a technique that can help you develop a different and more positive relationship with problematic thoughts, emotions, and sensations. I have worked with numerous clients using a psychotherapeutic approach and have witnessed their growth, insight-building, and personal transformation. Psychotherapy is a long-term process; we generally meet once a week or fortnightly over an extended period.

Counselling

Build capacity, develop goals, and reduce distress.

Counselling is a process designed to help you cope with specific challenges in your life, such as relationship breakdowns, workplace issues, grief, transitions, and anxiety. By seeing a counsellor, you can resolve crises, reduce distress, develop goals for change, and improve your overall well-being.

You can gain deeper insight into your behaviours, choices, and decisions through counselling. This approach is usually short-term and requires a different focus. Counselling sessions are often more solutions-focused and strengths-based, supporting you to focus on your strengths and skills to build resilience, solve problems, and develop a plan for moving forward.

Counselling sessions typically take place every week over four to ten weeks.

Individual Work

Person-centred and trauma-informed.

I offer services that focus on the person’s needs and are sensitive to trauma and gender. You can find some of my written pieces on these and related topics on this page.

Individual Work

Person-centred and trauma-informed.

I offer services that focus on the person’s needs and are sensitive to trauma and gender. You can find some of my written pieces on these and related topics on this page.