Codependency Counselling in Victoria Park, WA

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Melissa Harris
Psychologist, PsyBA General
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Melissa has worked in the health care industry for over 20 years, first as a registered nurse and now as a registered psychologist. She is a caring and authentic therapist who enjoys interacting with people and providing guidance and support. Melissa is the Principal Psychologist at Collaborative Counselling Centre and offers psychological and counselling services to those who may be experiencing personal, relationship or family problems.
(08) 6333 0748
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Linda Skinner
Psychologist, PsyBA General
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Linda has over ten years of clinical experience working in mental health services across the public, private and not for profit sectors. Linda’s therapeutic approach is warm, empathic and person centred. She believes that each client is the expert of their own life and provides a safe therapeutic space where she works collaboratively with clients to identify and achieve goals, bring about life enhancing positive change and improve social and emotional wellbeing. In addition to working in private practice, Linda works in a local community hospice providing specialised palliative care and bereavement counselling services.
(08) 6007 3295
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Victoria Park, WA 6100
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Sunila Peterson
Psychologist, PsyBA General
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Su works in a partnership with clients, using a person-centered, holistic, strengths based, and non-judgmental approach. Su works to support clients to explore, understand and make informed choices that are aligned to their personal values to live authentically and with mental health resilience. Su works across issues related to: anxiety; depression; grief and loss; self-esteem and confidence; pregnancy and parenting challenges; workplace challenges; life and transitional challenges; cross cultural, racial, identity, and/or spiritual challenges; disabilities and health challenges; and relationship challenges.
(08) 6002 2750
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Natalie Fairclough
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA - Clin. Psych
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Natalie is a Senior Clinical Psychologist and psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience in adult community mental health services. She specialises in individual therapy in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, character disorders, grief and loss, interpersonal difficulties, family relationship difficulties, difficult childhood experiences, and relationship and marital difficulties. Natalie has helped people to overcome troubling symptoms, resolve traumas and losses in life, and more successfully deal with the challenges that life brings along the way. Waitlist status: Currently Accepting New Referrals.
(08) 6490 9101
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Counselling Services WA
Counsellor, PACFA
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I have over 15 years clinical experience, 9 years in private practice, with extensive clinical experience working with individuals, couples, and groups. My approach encompasses working with how a person thinks, feels and how they experience life in their body. I work alongside clients to encourage awareness, deeper understanding, growth, resilience and change in a confidential, supportive and safe environment. My training and experience in different counselling and psychotherapy approaches and modalities enables me to individually tailor the way I work, to meet the needs of a client.
(08) 7078 8183
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Wendy Lim
Counsellor, ACA-L2
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“Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it’s holy ground. There’s no greater investment.” – Stephen Covey. Having journeyed through her own experiences of harm and trauma, Wendy has learned the crucial value of safety and respect within the therapeutic relationship. She recognises the courage of her clients in choosing to face their pain, and honours them with dignity and a sense of empowerment within the sacred places they want to explore. The path is not always easy to navigate, but Wendy is committed to walking alongside her clients with gentleness, patience, and compassion.
(08) 6361 3225
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Helen Brittan
Counsellor, MA, PACFA
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Women face unique challenges with many roles & demands which can be exhausting. Childhood events & other trauma can leave us wondering "what is wrong with me?" & struggling in ways that if unresolved, lead to stress, anxiety, grief, shame, depression or other issues. Getting support at the right time can be life changing. Helen's goal is to support your growth as you explore issues that concern you, including the challenges of moving through different life stages & change, parenting, relationships, divorce & family issues, valued living, coming to terms with grief, loss & other issues. Please visit her web page to learn more.
(08) 6493 7950
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Lovina Triman
Counsellor
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I am passionate about coming alongside you and helping you find solutions, healing and recovery. My goal is for you to come to a place where you are able to move forward, to gain clarity and reach a new level of better. I like to be client-centred and encouraging client autonomy as well as building a space for healthy collaboration and problem solving. I am a strong believer in an individual’s ability to find change and to break out of old patterns and cycles. For me it is important to foster an atmosphere of hope and perspective.
0415 947 772
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Naomi Terpsis
Psychologist, PsyBA General
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I am passionate about helping you be psychologically flexible. No, I won't try to fix you, because you're not broken! I won't try to challenge your thoughts or feelings, because they are valid! I will help you understand what motivates you and I will teach you how to live a life that is meaningful - to you! My lived experience with ADHD gives me special insight into how and why you have been struggling to master your ADHD Superpowers! I respect your needs and tailor sessions to suit your time and finances - and I am committed to providing you with meaningful therapy on your very first session!
(08) 6118 6433
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Jean Chaney
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AMHSW
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As a skilled mental health clinician with over 20 years' experience, I know that people often suffer from anxiety, low motivation and mood changes when life's problems become overwhelming. Life can be challenging and its common to feel overwhelmed and distressed when times get tough. The good news is, that it's much easier to overcome challenging times with the right support, and guidance to learn helpful coping strategies. My therapeutic stance is recovery based and future focused. Therapy is based on a collaborative working relationship with you the client setting your own personal goals for recovery.
(08) 6109 8214
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Counselling with Lisa Cregan
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, AASW
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Do you require support and guidance with disability, ageing or chronic health-related conditions? I am a registered Counsellor and Accredited Social Worker. My background includes providing counselling and disability and aged-care service delivery with State and Local government agencies.
(08) 9468 6034
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Andrea W
Counsellor, ACA-L1
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My name is Andrea and I am passionate about assisting individuals experience freedom from their emotional struggles. I support individuals who suffer from anxiety, codependency and trauma amongst other areas. I work primarily from a person centered therapy approach and implement CBT/ACT methods. I believe that every individual has the choice and ability to heal from their past experiences and would love to be a support for you on your journey.
(08) 6147 0892
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South Perth, WA 6151
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Mim Kempson
Counsellor, ACA-L2
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I specialise in working with LGBTQI+ and gender expansive couples and individuals. Topics that show up in my practice include codependency , limiting gender roles, masculinity/femininity, opening relationships, self-doubt, indecision/inaction in career, loss of sense of self, building self-confidence, finding purpose, and more.
(08) 7079 5667
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Perth, WA 6000
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Melissa Essence
I run a 12 week online Codependency Program to empower you to understand your core trauma; get to the root of your issues and teach practical tools to support regulate your nevouse system and heal the trauma in your body so you can feel secure in yourself and have the confidence to set boundaries and have healthy relatationships.
Co-dependence: what exactly is it? It is the need to look outside of ourselves for validation. It manifests as putting others’ feelings, needs, and perceptions before our own. Often, it is unconscious and we don't even realise we do it. It can be extreme or subtle. We are co-dependent when we are pulled by the outside world rather than being in alignment with our true desires and soul path. Co-dependency may look like: a romantic relationship or friendship where you merge into the other, become consumed by their world, lose yourself, do activities that they enjoy, or show an interest in their interests.
(08) 7008 7935
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Perth, WA 6000
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Barbara Zoroddu
Counsellor, MA, ACA-L2
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I strongly believe that psychological support should be a possibility for everyone, not just a luxury for the few. I am a trained Counselling professional with a passion for helping women like you fall in love with their minds and bodies, live their true emotions and find new ways to improve their well-being. I can support you while you learn more about your emotions and bodily resources, discover how to increase your self-esteem and become more resilient by overcoming your limiting beliefs about your beautiful self.
(03) 7003 2118
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Perth, WA 6000
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Kellie Payne
Counsellor, MA, ACA-L2
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Alternative relationships and sexual counselling - finding a therapist to help you in these areas can be daunting. How do you know you can talk openly about any sexual difficulties you have without feeling shame? Will they understand your ethical non-monogamous relationship structure and the complexities that arise with it? Will your conversation around your kinks make them uncomfortable? Do they understand the language around your relationship, allowing you to speak freely without explaining things? You would feel anxious enough without the added extras of judgement, misunderstandings, and overreaching concerns citing abuse.
(08) 6109 8292
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Perth, WA 6000
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Grigota Monasterio - Clinical Psychologist
Psychologist, PsychD, PsyBA Endorsed
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My interest and passion for health care began in my early adolescence as a volunteer at a school for children with special needs. In the years that followed I worked with people on the spectrum with high behavioural needs and also in group homes for people with chronic and severe mental illness. I then trained as a Clinical Psychologist and continued to deepen my experience and passion in the 20+ years I have worked with NSW Health in a number of different of roles. I now work with people across a broad range of issues as listed.
(03) 7003 2944
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Perth, WA 6000
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Lachlan King
Psychologist, PsyBA General
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• NOTE: I am currently at full capacity with face-to-face clients. I may have some room if you are looking for telehealth appointments. Feel free to get in touch to join the waitlist or my cancellation list. • I am a Registered Psychologist with experience working with various presentations pertaining to neurodiversity (e.g. Autism and ADHD), anxiety, depression, familial challenges, sexuality and relationship challenges. I am passionate in supporting my clients to navigate barriers and empower them to live fulfilling lives.
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South Perth, WA 6151
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Veronica Knox
Psychologist, Australian Association of Psychologists - Member
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Veronica Knox is a Psychologist , Resilience Coach who gets her ‘extraordinary moments’ through helping her clients so they can achieve their well-being goals. She brings ‘Purpose and Passion’ to her work. She makes the complex simple. Drawing from her knowledge and education in neuroscience, psychology and social science and her real life experiences. Her skill is in how we can be utilise our circle of influence ; build resilience; and identify our personal strengths and qualities to be our ‘best self’.
0438 094 883
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Perth, WA 6000
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Michelle Zietsman
Psychotherapist, MA, PACFA
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2 Endorsed
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You may have landed on this profile because you are overwhelmed, anxious, or dealing with difficulties that are impacting you and/or your relationships. Michelle believes that every individual deserves a confidential space in which all can receive non-judgemental support to explore aspects of identity, sexuality, and relationship with self and/or others. Michelle works respectively and inclusively with individuals AND couples from all walks of life, age, beliefs, spirituality, and gender. Further, Michelle acknowledges the sensitive nature of working with sexuality and places a great deal of emphasis on building trust.
(08) 6219 3065
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Perth, WA 6000
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Codependency Counsellors

What therapy types help with codependency problems?

Both couples and family therapy and cognitive and behavioral therapy (CBT) can help with the relationship difficulties referred to as codependency. Such problems typically include inappropriate feelings of responsibility for a loved one’s destructive behavior, irrational patterns of thinking about such behavior, and family interaction patterns in which the needs of one troubled member override the needs of others in a household.

What happens in therapy for codependency?

Spouses and family members learn and practice how to interact and support each other in a healthy way without sacrificing their own needs or well-being. They learn the limits of their responsibility for their loved ones and correct faulty patterns of thinking and feeling that underlie codependent behavior. Individuals may be encouraged to nurture an array of social relationships and to cultivate their own talents and interests so that they develop a healthy sense of self outside the family.

How does therapy help a person or couple overcome codependency?

Therapy helps people establish healthy ways of being in a relationship. Spouses and family members learn how to nurture and support one another without sacrificing their own needs or allowing the needs of one person to dominate the dynamic. Individuals learn how to say no and set boundaries, and how to maintain their own identity and self-esteem. Therapy helps people understand that they are not responsible for the feelings and actions of others. It also helps individuals deal with the turbulence that can come from living with a person suffering from such conditions as substance abuse and mental illness.

What is the goal of therapy for codependency?

One goal of therapy for codependency is to alleviate feelings of responsibility for and correct irrational patterns of thinking about loved ones whose behavioral problems override the needs of others in a household. Therapy helps people establish healthy boundaries of behavior and speak up for their own needs in a relationship. In addition, people learn how to maintain a healthy relationship, one in which both parties give and receive equally and are able to retain their own identity.