A wide range of issues are addressed, including depression, stress, anxiety, self-esteem, anger, relationships, parenting, grief, and more. This individualised care is offered through online or face to face counselling for individuals, couples, and families.
Neurodiverse children and teens often need help with social skills, emotional regulation, and executive functioning, such as planning, prioritising, organising, and developing working memory. Working on these areas can be particularly helpful in the school setting but also at home and socially.
Relationships counselling can be beneficial to couples who are looking to strengthen their emotional connection, in all stages of their relationship. Exploring issues in a respectful environment can lead to strategies for couples to manage conflict, cope with stressors, improve communication and grow in their relationship.
We all live with a natural level of anxiety, but sometimes it gets out of hand. Therapy can help people manage, reduce or even eliminate the symptoms associated with anxiety disorders.
There are times when depression hits and we feel overwhelmed by life’s worries. This can bring great strain and take the joy out of every part of life. Counselling can help a person to find ways to manage depression and move towards a brighter life.
Grief is a normal human response to a loss of any type. Grief and Loss counselling is available for support following a loss such as family breakdown, relationship issues, trauma, or the death of a loved one.
Parents face many challenges, such as balancing bonding and boundaries, passing on values, establishing healthy routines, helping children develop relationships. Working through parenting challenges in counselling can help families grow closer together.