Why you might come to counselling:
You may be seeking counselling support for yourself or a loved one.
You may be experiencing mental health concerns or a difficult situation.
You may be looking for advice and information.
You may be looking for someone to actively listen and hear you.
You may wish to address and resolve a specific problem, situation or issue.
You may not be sure of how you feel or why you feel the way that you do.
You may be looking for assessment and advice regarding your child's behaviour and wellbeing, or your own.
You may have experienced a traumatic event or series of traumatic events and may wish to receive support to process what you have been through.
You may be looking to learn strategies, or further develop your skills in a certain area.
Where do counselling sessions take place?
I provide 60 minute counselling sessions at my office, located at The Convent, Office 12, 20 Penola Road, Mount Gambier SA, via Zoom and by phone.
Private and Safe
I am a safe person whom you can speak with about any matter.
I provide a private, calm and supportive space for you to feel comfortable to speak with me about anything you would like to.
I am objective and disconnected from your personal life and close connections. You do not have to worry about what you say or how you say it, as we have a professional relationship.
I am strongly committed to and bound by confidentiality and privacy legislation, as well as the Australian Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics (2020) and Practice Standards (2023). You can feel confident that anything you say will remain confidential. There are specific circumstances in which safety exceptions apply, which I will explain in your first appointment.