Art Therapy Counselling in Hornsby, NSW

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Fountain of Hope - Counselling Services
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AASW
Verified
Verified
Hello, my name is Ethel, and I am an experienced Senior Clinical Social Worker, Art Therapist, Counsellor for over 14 years. I am here to support you through whatever challenges you may be facing & am currently accepting new client referrals. I provide individual and group sessions both face to face and via telehealth/online for Private clients, Victim Services clients & NDIS clients, their family members & carers. I have a genuinely compassionate, caring, client centred approach & believe in helping to empower & enrich my client’s lives by providing a safe, holistic & collaborative approach in working together towards their goals.
(02) 8503 9931
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Hornsby, NSW 2077
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Wendy Schuster Counselling - Therapy Online
Counsellor, MC, CCAA
Verified
Verified
I provide individual counselling and psychotherapy online either short or long term as needed. I help people with emotional, relational, or psychological problems incl. anxiety, depression, self-esteem, grief and loss, anger, inner-conflict, recovering from abuse or trauma, negative patterns, or relationship issues. I work flexibly with clients creating a safe space to explore issues. I listen in a non-judgmental way, with empathy, understanding, and confidentiality.
0416 541 157
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Hornsby, NSW 2077
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Thought Tree
Counsellor, MA, PACFA
Verified
Verified
Welcome to Thought Tree. People come to therapy for a wide variety of reasons. Perhaps you’ve not been feeling yourself or have been feeling sad or worried for some time. Maybe you are questioning the value of a relationship, or feeling stuck and missing a sense of meaning in your life. Maybe you just need someone to really listen. I provide a compassionate, non- judgemental space that allows for self-awareness, perspective and growth. My counselling is thoughtful and person centred meaning that you are actively involved in the process.
(02) 8403 0114
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Hornsby, NSW 2077
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Agnes Starnawski
Counsellor, ACA-L2
Verified
Verified
Life is never a smooth sailing. It is full of ups and downs and sometimes nasty surprises. It might be difficult to think, sometimes, that things can get better. There may be troubles at work with boss or a co-worker, unsettled feelings around in-laws, difficulties in resolving issues with a partner, or even issues within yourself. As difficult as those issues may sound, it is possible to attend to them, and with the right help, to resolve them.
(02) 8074 5805
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Hornsby, NSW 2077
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Liz Crocombe
Counsellor, MC, PACFA
Verified
Verified
You're tired of feeling this way. There is a negative voice in your head, or uncomfortable feeling in your body that just won’t go away; it takes up so much of your energy, making it hard to live the life you want. Perhaps you know you struggle with anxiety; or you don't use that word, but find yourself frustrated at an inability to have the relationships you want, are unable to reach for your goals, and are just so very tired of living with that gnawing, disabling sense of ill-ease in your chest or your gut. Counselling can help you grow through learning different ways of experiencing the world, and feeling deeply understood.
(02) 4307 5760
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Hornsby, NSW 2077
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Stacey Admiraal
Psychotherapist, MA, ACA-L4
Verified
Verified
As a clinical psychotherapist/clinical counsellor/clinical supervisor, I keep it real! Practical support for adults, couples, children, families to facilitate healing and growth via raising their awareness of behaviours, feelings and thoughts which may impact their ability to function within the world, and experiment with new ways Clients often are surprised how calm and nurturing our environment is at Lifesort, which assists to support feeling safe to explore challenges such as trauma & abuse, domestic violence, relationship issues, parenting struggles, mental health, identity crisis, life transitions and spiritual emergencies...
(02) 7804 4995
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Hornsby, NSW 2077
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ArtFull Therapy
MA
Verified
Verified
Art therapy is a gentle form of psychotherapy where art materials, creativity and the art become the bridge of communication between the client, their inner world and the therapist no matter what age and stage you are at.
At ArtFull Therapy we see adults and children at all stages in life. There is a professional focus on those living with additional needs and neurological challenges (incl. ASD; Ageing well; Dementia, Stroke; Carer support). No need to be good at art however, it does require an interest/ commitment to get to know yourself better and to identify thoughts and behaviours not serving you well. Clients are taught to identify those, regulate, communicate, self-observe, adapt, engage, change. This builds confidence and resilience allowing for a translation of this new awareness and learnt skills for better relationships and well-being.
(02) 9053 4387
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Pymble, NSW 2073
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Skye E Hudson Psycotherapy
Psychotherapist, MA, PACFA
Verified
Verified
I am an accredited Gestalt psychotherapist offering counselling, sand play, as well as art and expressive therapies with a trauma informed lens. I am a mother of 6 with over 20 years of parenting experience. My work calls upon a variety of therapy approaches to deepen the shared understanding of particular problems and solutions. This integrative approach enables my clients to discover their own unique path to change and healing. Creating a safe space for self discovery is something I feel hugely passionate about.
(02) 5604 8849
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Chatswood, NSW 2067
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Josh Caple
I offer Transpersonal Counselling sessions to help you move through a wide range of the challenges of being human. In these sessions I draw upon tools from a range of modalities to support your journey of healing, growing, and thriving. In addition to talk therapy, this might include art therapy , breathwork, guided meditation & mindfulness techniques, creative writing/journaling, yoga therapy, or a range of other transpersonal process-based tools.
(02) 9158 6554
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Brookvale, NSW 2100
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Art Therapy Creates
Counsellor, AThR
Verified
Verified
I am an Art Therapist who is committed to support the development of my clients, physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Art therapy creates a visual language of communication and personal expression as an alternative to 'talk only' therapy, when words or feelings are hard to express. My person-centred and psychodynamic approach to therapy is also informed by IFS and Mindfulness practice. I am a creative and thoughtful individual who works in a collaborative and compassionate manner with children, young people and adults when their emotions, thinking and behaviour is out of balance.
(02) 8069 5430
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Concord, NSW 2137
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Nev Guven
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, AMHSW
Verified
Verified
Although children may be resistant at first, a highly engaging therapeutic environment offering play, art , yoga, mindfulness often works through that resistance very quickly.
Though I am very experienced and passionate about helping individuals of all ages, I particularly enjoy working with children and young people. My approach is very positive, engaging, attuned to the child's language and open to play & create.
(02) 8403 0861
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Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153
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Mindkshetra
Counsellor, ACA-L3
Verified
Verified
Together let us create a space - where you longer have to 'Just Ignore' and can 'Safely Explore' your wellbeing through art in our art therapy groups in Sydney.
Whatever life adversity/situation/issues the young(er) person is muddling through - anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger management, stress, bullying, friendship issues, social anxiety, learning difficulties and building self-confidence, dealing with loss - We are invested in helping the young(er) person navigate through this sensitive stage with a focus on strengthening their overall wellbeing using creativity as a means. We also help adults cope with a range of life issues like coping with stress, anxiety, depression, anger management, divorce or separation, identity and acculturation issues, improving communication. ​
(02) 8806 1337
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Parramatta, NSW 2150
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Elena Beutel
MPsych
My Superpowers: Healing emotional wounds; Increasing people’s energy; Helping in attracting love; Helping to cope with body symptoms; Uplifting people’s spirit; Helping to find a way out of difficult situations; Helping to achieve goals.
(02) 5950 6462
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Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127
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Clement Minds
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
If you are having difficulties with relationships, managing emotions, parenting or co-parenting, or just feel like something isn't quite right. You're in the right place. At Clement Minds, we can support you! We create a safe environment for clients to develop a deeper understanding of their situation and self. With our support, you can identify how to move forward and improve your well-being. We also welcome NDIS participants to offer you the holistic and personalised approach you deserve.
(02) 8403 1935
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Belrose, NSW 2085
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Daniela MacAulay
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified
Verified
I’m a Psychotherapist and Counsellor based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. My work is largely informed by my psychotherapeutic training in contemporary Gestalt therapy as well as my person-centred counselling training and an interest in existential therapy. I am a trauma informed practitioner - that means I am trained to recognise the signs and impacts of trauma, and to support clients in ways that prevent further re-traumatisation.
(02) 9100 0871
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Beacon Hill, NSW 2100
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Shareen Birges
I have been a counsellor, case manager & youth worker for 14+ years. Prior to 2016 I worked primarily with young people & their families, however I can & have worked with people across the age spectrum, all with unique & varied needs. Counselling is an individual experience & I want you to feel that no matter what, your needs are important which is why I aim to provide an accessible, affordable & sustainable service I believe I can help you on your journey towards the best version of yourself. Contact me for a free 15 minute phone consult & see if you agree.
(02) 9159 6730
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Parramatta, NSW 2150
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Janine Epere
Psychotherapist, MA, ACA-L4
Verified
Verified
I am a Hunter Valley based therapist and Clinical Supervisor with over 15 years experience. I offer a wealth of knowledge and in-depth experience of complex trauma, life-controlling issues, addictions and relationships. Co-founder/CEO of a women's rehabilitation program, Destiny Haven, our mission is to see the lives of broken women restored. I have received significant recognition for my achievements, including finalist in Telstra Businesswomen's awards (2017). I use proven approaches offering unique expertise to help you quickly begin to experience relief from life controlling symptoms that hinder your relationships and limit life
(02) 4058 4578
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Office is near:
North Ryde, NSW 2113
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Cat Piper
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA General
Verified
Verified
To other people you appear to be fine, however, on the inside, it feels like a completely different story. You get caught up in internal battles with your own mind, questioning your decisions, second-guessing yourself, overthinking things, and feeling lost, anxious, depressed. It's exhausting. You want to make changes and you are sick of feeling anxious, it is interfering in your life, your work, your relationships. You want things to be different. I can help you sort through the stories, the experiences that have led to this, and to change your old patterns, thoughts, and beliefs, and create the life that you want to live.
(02) 8355 9767
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Crows Nest, NSW 2065
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Next Generation Psychology
Psychologist, PsyBA General
Verified
Verified
Please note: I am only available for assessments currently. Next Generation Psychology is an early intervention service who believes strongly in supporting children and adolescents to ensure they have the best start in life. Our practitioners are neurodiverse and understand the importance of self-discovery and individually-tailored supports. We provide a number of evidence-based assessments, comprehensive reports, play-based therapeutic interventions, and school observations and consultations. We work with you and your child to help build on their strengths and reach their full potential.
(02) 8403 1752
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Bella Vista, NSW 2153
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The Counselling Collective
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified
Verified
Providing a safe place to share, discuss and work through those times where daily life feels difficult, coping with the day to day tasks becomes overwhelming, school, family, relationship issues become too much; bullying, peer pressure, friendship groups, sexting, screen time/gaming issues take over; questions around identity, transitions/transitioning through school, university, work has a sense of hopelessness and helplessness; family life family relationships, managing young children, teenagers, adolescents, young adults, and parenting in general simply becomes too much.
(02) 7804 4067
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Macquarie Park, NSW 2113

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Art Therapy Counsellors

How does art therapy work?

The process of making art allows people to express themselves. Art-making can take many forms, such as painting, collage, or sculpting. The therapist asks questions that the work elicits, such as how the person felt while creating their piece, or if any memories surfaced that they can discuss. The therapist will then work with the patient to process their experience, understand themselves better, and work toward change.

Does art therapy help with trauma?

Art therapy can be a valuable treatment option for those suffering from trauma. Traumatic experiences such as combat, rape, or childhood abuse can be so painful that articulating them can be too scary or painful; creating art allows people to express themselves without words, and tell their story in a different way. The physical nature of creating art can also help people feel rooted in the body, which may benefit those who feel disconnected from their body in the aftermath of trauma.

How long does art therapy last?

The duration of art therapy varies, but a common length for treatment is 10 to 15 weekly sessions. Some people may see improvement in just a few weeks, while others may choose to remain in therapy longer term. Patients should periodically discuss their goals with their therapist to make sure the two are aligned on process and progress.

What are the limitations of art therapy?

Art therapy is helpful for many people, but a limitation is that it doesn’t have as robust an evidence base as other forms of therapy, such as cognitive behavioural therapy or acceptance and commitment therapy. The evidence on art therapy is mixed; some research demonstrates its benefits, while other research suggests that it has little impact on patients.