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Individual counselling is a joint process where you, as a client, work one-on-one with a professionally trained Counsellor and Psychotherapist. Sessions are held in a safe, caring and confidential environment to help manage difficult and often painful emotions, invariably experienced during challenging times in your life.


Child and adolescent counseling is a type of therapy that focuses on the physical, mental, emotional, social and psychological well-being of children and teens. It can help children and adolescents better understand themselves and people around them. Counselling can also help children and adolescents overcome their emotional distress and aid them to feel empowered. They help restore functionality in a child’s life and guide them towards healthier life choices.


Couples therapy is a form of psychotherapy that can help you and your partner improve your relationship. If you are having relationship difficulties, you can seek couples therapy to help rebuild your relationship.

Drug and alcohol counselling provides support and guidance to people who are recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. I attentively listen to clients’ stories of substance misuse and help them develop plans and strategies to help them recover from their dependency on alcohol, licit, or illicit drugs.


Grief is our response to loss. Everyone will experience loss at some stage in life. The death of a loved one is a particularly difficult experience for many people. Counselling is an opportunity to talk things over and help you to make sense of your feelings.

Other types of grief and loss include:

  • separation, divorce or relationship breakdown

  • loss of possessions through disaster or theft

  • children leaving home

  • placing your child(ren) into someone else’s care

  • unemployment, retrenchment or retirement

  • death of a pet

  • infertility, stillbirth, miscarriage or abortion


Drawing from John Bowlby’s (1907-1990) original theory of attachment, in conjunction with Mary Ainsworth’s (1913-1999) “Strange Situation” paradigm of infant-parent attachment, Cooper, Hoffman, and Powell developed the Circle of Security attachment intervention.  The Circle of Security is a relationship-based early intervention program designed to enhance attachment security between parents and children.

This is an eight-week program with 2 hourly weekly sessions. The client will receive a certificate of attendance after completion.


Reducing triggers and symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Improving close relationships and connections with people. Learning coping skills to handle distorted or negative thoughts and feelings. Reducing anger, frustration, and irritability, and increasing peace of mind.

Counsellors don’t diagnose issues, but they work with you to improve your mental health, help you understand yourself better and help you develop strategies and work towards goals. Counselling can help you gain new insight into situations and can improve your resilience.


What is stress and anger management?

Stress can lead to anger which can lead to even more stress. Neither feeling is healthy, but we shouldn't try to eliminate them. Instead, we should attempt to control them by identifying and understanding the issues that affect anger and stress. The client learns coping strategies for better management which helps improve social and emotional wellbeing.


The purpose of family therapy is to help people understand the dynamics of their family and improve troubled relationships. It can also help deal with the past, relieve stress, and develop skills needed for a healthy family. Family therapy can be useful in any family situation that causes stress, grief, anger or conflict. It can help family members understand one another better and learn coping skills to bring them closer together.

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