Every person is unique. Every person will experience hardship, trauma and challenges in their lives. But it’s the unique experience of biology, family & culture that contribute to how we understand and deal with these challenges. Our unique world view influences everything we do! It influences our relationships, our work choices, the way we deal with conflict and the way we manage our emotions. I work in an individualized way, where we will discover what is and isn’t working for you. Do you find it difficult to maintain healthy, long relationships? Do you find it hard managing your emotions? Let’s talk and see what’s going on.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by negative emotions, reacted by losing your temper with a loved-one and then felt sorry, lost, & helpless? Unresolved problems or traumatic experiences can result in a wide range of physical, emotional & behavioural issues such as appetite, insomnia, stress, anxiety, depression, reaching for the booze or even domestic violence. Inevitably, these situations take a toll on you personally & on all your close relationships, leading to further negativity & additional problems, you just know that something is wrong & changes must be made. Behavioral/Emotional/Conflicts/issues don't occur overnight!
I have special interests in providing therapy to adults experiencing anxiety (panic or social), often on a background of trauma or difficult childhood experiences, and sometimes with substance use. Finding direction and purpose, overcoming depressed mood, and reducing relationship and work pressures are also common challenges that I assist with. I offer strategies useful for managing overwhelming feelings so that you can have more choice in how to respond to stress.
see people with a variety of concerns, including: anxiety, depression, anger and other emotional management issues, relationship/family issues, loss, grief and trauma, challenges relating to being neurodiverse, and eating disorders.
Are you feeling unhappy about your relationship? Are you arguing about the same issues and unable to reach a solution? On average people wait 6 years before seeking help with a relationship problem. The longer a problem persists, the greater the resentment builds towards your partner. •Individual and/or couples counselling to help people manage conflict. •Training in communication skills. •Helping to re-build trust after an affair. •Helping individuals to cope with separation/divorce. •Helping clients who have anxiety, depression or stress. •Helping men who are struggling. •Counselling adult survivors of childhood abuse. • Zoom.
Treatment for: WEIGHT WISE PACKAGE. The Covid lockdown has affected people’s health in isolation and increased sedentarism. Start your package for healthy mind in healthy body. Deal with anxiety, depression, weight loss and eating disorders, pain management, relationship issues, sleep disorders and work related stressors. Work Development Orders, Workers Compensation Cases and rehabilitation (SIRA approved). As Health Professionals we assist people in the community that remain isolated due to unprecedented and adverse circumstances. Medicare bulkbilling for clients with financial difficulties and Online Therapy.
Hi, I'm Bronwyn and I specialize in ethical non-monogamy (ENM) and chronic illness. ENM covers a wide range of non-traditional relationship structures that fall outside of social norms, including open-relationships, polyamory, triads, and swingers; to name a few. Working with individuals and couples, topics often include jealousy, boundary setting, trust, insecurities, attachment and sexual discovery. My work also includes other diverse relationship structures; this includes monogamous relationships that also fall outside of social norm, including kink and BDSM, and couples who sleep/live separately.
When life gets challenging sometimes we need some extra support to work through things, make changes or heal. We might feel stuck, lost, panicked, out of control or overwhelmed. Sometimes our thoughts and emotions can seem to take over and we're just not sure how to change that, or even why we feel the way we do. Available now for Telehealth Australia-wide, business hours and evening appointments. Please note: I am based overseas and will be back in Australia December 2023, so no face to face appointments are available at this time.
Stacey works from a client centred approach, under the assumption that the client is the expert in their own journey. Overarching her work is a focus on attachment styles, and the impact that these can have on our functioning and interpersonal relationships. Stacey has ten years experience working in the public system with adults with a broad range of presentations, including anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, personality vulnerabilities and psychosis.
Mona is a warm and empathic psychologist, who enjoys working with a range of clients. Using a holistic approach, Mona takes the time to learn about her clients and considers a number of factors that may be contributing to their concerns or issues. She has experience working in private and hospital settings and treats a number of issues, including anxiety and stress, mood disorders, anger issues, low self-esteem and confidence, relationship and personal issues.
Samantha is a psychologist at the Australian Institute for Human Wellness. In her clinical work, Samantha takes an empathetic, open-minded and flexible approach to work collaboratively with each client’s individual needs, concerns and goals. Samantha has completed both her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and Master of Clinical Psychology at Western Sydney University. Samantha is also currently completing her PhD on the impact of trauma on eating behaviours and obesity.
Infinitas Support Services has a team of experienced Counsellors with more than 25 years of combined clinical experience. We work with you to clearly identify what support you need, what approach and treatment plan will work best for you. Our Supports include: – Individual Counselling – Group Counselling – Trauma Counselling – Crisis Counselling – Child and Adolescent Counselling – Family Support Counselling – Conflict Resolution and Mediation – Mentoring Support. We are also currently accepting referrals for NDIS participants with self-managed and plan-managed funding.
I am a Clinical Psychologist & coach with strong interests in the areas sense of self, personal development, existential issues, and spirituality. I am passionate about helping people to embrace their true selves, to develop self trust, self compassion and the ability to live with courage and authenticity. I have a strong interest in empowering women and for this reason I predominantly work with female clients. I also offer coaching to heart guided entrepreneurs, leaders, and artists to help them bring their personal visions to life.
My work is dedicated to providing people experiencing emotional distress and difficult life events with relief and a new way forward. As a registered psychotherapist, I've assisted many people like you to reconnect to their bodies, hearts and minds and move forward in positive ways. I create a nurturing space, where you can be yourself, and grow to make deep and lasting positive changes to your wellbeing and quality of life. I use a combination of trauma-based approaches, body-focussed psychotherapy, and creative therapies.
I am extremely passionate about helping clients have healthier more fulfilling relationships, I work with couples and individuals who are either in a relationship or wanting to understand what may be preventing them from having the relationship they long for. I also work with couples wanting to seperate needing some extra support to ensure less impact on their family. I am passionate about diversity and equality and aim to walk beside my clients on their journey providing a non judgemental, supportive and safe environment. I am sex-positive, LGBTIQ, Poly and BDSM friendly.
Dianne's qualifications include B.A. (Psychology). Dipp.App.Psych. APHRA and has 20 years experience in private practice. Dianne has experience working with children, adolescents and adults with both anxiety and depression mood disorders. Dianne also work extensively with clients (both physical and/or mental trauma) within the work injury and motor vehicle injury insurance schemes, specialising in assessment, treatment, medico-legal reporting and expert witness court appearances.
I help adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and a range of other cognitive and behavioural difficulties. I take an active goal-oriented approach aimed at breaking unhelpful thinking and behaviour patterns. I work with clients in developing personalised treatment plans based on their unique needs and responsivity. I use evidence-based techniques including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. I draw on my PhD area of expertise in memory and cognition to help clients effectively integrate their past, present, and future so they can move forward in life.
Are you feeling overwhelmed or your ability to function is limited? Have you suffered trauma and you think this is holding you back from living your best life? Do you feel that you need better communication, resolution skills and a strengthened bond between you and your significant one? You should see some level of significant progress after about three sessions. My approach is to discover what your emotions or physical symptoms are trying to tell you, and how you can listen to them to get the answers you need in taking the direction you wish. Relationship Therapy Spanish. Support immigrants who are vulnerable because of migration
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Beaconsfield are psychologists, licensed counsellors, therapists, psychotherapists, and licensed clinical social workers, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualised treatment.
Services offered, education, and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in Beaconsfield then may specialise in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counselling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.
Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.
How do I find psychologists in Beaconsfield with the specialty experience I’m looking for?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Beaconsfield, or Child Psychologists in Beaconsfield.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Beaconsfield psychologists specialising in EMDR.
What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in Beaconsfield specialise in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or counsellor who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.
Can I afford counselling?
Yes. Most counsellors offer reasonable rates or will work on a sliding scale basis. Many accept health insurance. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the counsellor.