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Also known as ‘talk therapy, psychotherapy is the treatment of mental health conditions by talking through complex emotional challenges with a trained professional, like me. 


Whether it’s an immediate issue, or long-standing and complex, you’re welcome to speak openly in a supportive environment where I will always remain objective, neutral, and non-judgmental. 


I help children and adults with:


  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Child behavioural issues

  • Relationship issues

  • The transition to motherhood

  • Parental divorce

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Grief and loss

  • Personality disorders

  • School issues such as school refusal.



What to expect from a session:
  • Psychotherapy can be conducted in an individual, family, couple, or group setting

  • Sessions are typically held once a week but sometimes twice a week.

  • Sessions should ideally be held consistently (same time, same day for weekly therapy).

  • Both patient and therapist need to be actively involved for effective treatment

  • Psychotherapy can be short-term, to deal with immediate issues, or it can continue for months or years to treat long-standing and complex issues.

A Safe Space

Psychotherapy is always confidential. While patients share personal feelings and thoughts, intimate physical contact with a therapist is never appropriate or acceptable. Building a trusting and respectful relationship between patient and therapist is key.

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Individual Therapy

Type of psychotherapy in which a trained professional helps an individual to work through personal issues they have been facing using different types of therapy.

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Family Therapy

Enables family members to express and explore difficult thoughts and emotions safely and understand each other’s experiences. 

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Couples Therapy

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.

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Play Therapy

Using toys, blocks, dolls, drawings and games to help young children recognise, identify and verbalise feelings. Through a combination of talk and play, it gives children the opportunity to understand and manage their conflicts, feelings and behaviours.

Psychotherapy appointments are available Australia wide via Telehealth

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