Please note my services do not ‘qualify’ for the Medicare rebate – However, I work very hard to make sure you get your monies worth.
Counselling is not magic or a quick fix and it is not coercion. It is a team effort to find the solutions, strategies, answers and particular truth and insights that you are needing in your situation. I normally find that within 3-4 appointments you should be feeling and seeing some marked progress on any one issue. If this is not the case we reassess the situation and negotiate with you where to go from there.
How do I pay?
You can pay by credit card, cash or internet banking. I don’t allow a session to go ahead if the previous session has not been paid for. Bank details for electronic payments are on your invoice which is sent to you with your personal counselling notes within 24 hours of your session. Receipts are sent on request only.
What do I have to do?
Book online or send an email. You would not do your own surgery would you? If you are sick of hitting your head against a brick wall or going around in circles and have had enough of the pain you are in then we are here for you.
Phone counselling: You will receive necessary details in your automatic email. You phone me first and then we can negotiate who calls who.
Skype (FaceTime, WhatsApp or FB Messenger) Counselling: Please make sure you have tested your microphone and have had a few practice runs with friends or family if you are new at this. Don’t waste your precious counselling time trying to get things to work!
Face to Face counselling: If you are within a reasonable distance of my office (Camp Mountain/Samford) then you may prefer this option. Many people begin with a few face to face sessions and then swap to Skype or phone counselling for their convenience.
We can help you with:
- Low self-esteem or feelings of worthlessness and hopelessness
- Anxiety, fear, phobias
- Grief and loss
- Relationship mending and repair
- Marriage problems
- Sexual difficulties
- Parenting skills
- Love and intimacy
- Divorce recovery and aftermath
- Separation or pre-divorce problems