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Integrative counselling


An integrative counsellor believes there isn’t just one therapeutic approach that can help a client in all situations.  Instead, they take into account you as an individual and your circumstances, and use elements of different approaches to help you explore and cope with your problems



Trauma Counselling



Trauma counselling is essentially the healing process which assists you to deal with symptoms that you are stuck with after a traumatic event. In general, there are three phases of trauma treatment: Safety & Stabilisation, Processing Trauma and Integration & Connecting with others.



Wellness Counselling


Wellness counselling is an evidenced-based approach that integrates a person’s “optimum physical, intellectual, social, occupational, and spiritual development” and these domains are “worthy goals for all individuals within our society”



Child Counselling


Child therapy (also called child counselling) is similar to therapy and counselling for: it offers a safe space and an empathetic ear while providing tools to bring about change in thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Just like adult clients, child clients receive emotional and goal support in their sessions.


Rehabilitation Counselling


Rehabilitation counselling is an allied health profession that assists people experiencing injuries, disabilities, health conditions and social disadvantages to achieve their personal, educational and vocational goals.



Addiction Counselling


Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is common in addiction counselling as it helps individuals to identify problematic behaviours and change them into positives. CBT also helps to address any underlying problems that often co-occur with an addiction.

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