Nau mai, haere mai, pupuritia te manawa ora o nga mea katoa, hei painga mo tou oranga. Kia tipu, kia rea, kia puawai tou Ao. Providing private and confidential Counselling for all. Clinical & Cultural Supervision Facilitation, Mediation, Management & Teambuilding support. Employee Assisted Program, (EAP) ACC Reg. (ISSC). Trauma, Sexual Abuse, Relationship Counselling, Grief & Loss, Palliative Care, Whakamōmori, Whakamā, Anxiety & Stress, Self Harm, Family Violence. Face to face or online zoom sessions available.
Hi there, I am passionate about working with clients to achieve self compassion and self acceptance. Sometimes we need a different perspective on what's going on. I use a solution focused approach which means focusing on a way forward rather than delving into the past. I also embrace acceptance and commitment therapy which focuses on accepting our feelings and committing to meaningful actions.
My ideal client is interested in being challenged to become more self aware in order to enhance their overall wellbeing (physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually and relationally). They are passionate about connecting with themselves and others in a compassionate, non-judgmental manner to enhance compassion for themselves and others. My job would be to help them overcome obstacles such as unhelpful thinking styles in order to break cycles of addiction, anxiety and depression. At times, they may need to consider relationship therapy with their partners and family members which would enrich themselves and their family members.
Anthony's (Tony) specialties are assessment and treatment of PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder) and associated disorders, Couple Counselling, Career Development, and is a LEADR trained Mediator. He was the first person trained in New Zealand in EFT (1996); EMDR (1995) and EDxTM Energy Psychology (2000). Anthony led a Mental Health Practice, Kilpan & Associates, in Ellerslie, Auckland for 25 years until July 2020. Anthony now consults from his home and base at Rainbow Trout Lodge, Lake Rotoehu in the Rotorua Lakes District, in Rotorua and Whakatane. From December 2021 Consultations / Appointments will be in Koutu Rotorua.
Joy has worked extensively in private practice, with couples and individuals, helping them with a range of issues, including: conflict de-escalation, understanding triggers and behaviour patterns, poor communication, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, toxic relationships, family and parenting issues. Joy brings empathy and life experience to her work with clients, to enable them to feel heard and equipped to change. She is trained in several specialist models of couples therapy, and has years of experience helping clients resolve relationship issues and move into a happier place together.
My experience and education strengthens my ability to empathize with and support clients across my areas of expertise incl ADHD, Aspergers/ASD Lvl 1, Trauma and Work life problems amongst other issues. My approach is personable, empathetic, and I pride myself on being down-to-earth and unpretentious. Clients have commented on how comfortable they feel working with me, trusting that I have their best interests at heart. When appropriate I am also known to have a spring in my step and smile on my face. I trained as a counsellor at the University of Auckland, with a BA in psychology and education, and a Masters in counselling.
My client issues, needs and goals include perinatal, anti-natal and beyond support to keep calm during the process of becoming a parent; parent training i.e. positive parenting techniques; calming the tiger in ourselves and our children; behavioural support at school for teachers, parents and children; help with social/emotional strategies for anxiety.
Making that first contact to talk to someone can often be a daunting and overwhelming experience! I can assure you that once you have taken that step you will feel a sense of relief, vulnerable, but empowered too.
Ideal clients could be suffering from disappointing life experiences, an unfair chance at life and those who are needing awhi, encouragement and support. They can be feeling sad or down, confused, have a reduced ability to concentrate, fearful, mood swings, feelings of guilt, withdrawal, loneliness, tiredness, low energy or have trouble sleeping. Understanding these issues by listening, identifying their needs and determine some goals may help formulate changing circumstances for a better future of growth and prosperity; a balanced life with whānau, friends and work situations.
I help people rediscover their strengths, passions and purpose and find meaning, joy and happiness in their lives. Most of us experience a moment in our lives where we stop and take stock. This may come as a result of a big shock, the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a job or some other trauma that shakes us to our very core. Or it may just be a gnawing sense that there is something more to life than what you are currently experiencing. These big shocks or subtle gnawings can start to erode our sense of happiness and fulfilment. We may experience depression, sadness, a sense of isolation, confusion or feel deeply overwhelmed.
Hannah is both Australian and New Zealand Māori psychologist (Ngāi Tahu and Ngāti Kahungunu). After moving from New Zealand, Hannah spent a significant portion of her career working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Hannah's work across both countries enables her to provide a culturally safe space for effective and enjoyable therapy. Hannah works with adolescents and adults across a range of issues, and have a special interest in post traumatic stress disorder, abuse, borderline personality disorder, unexplained medical symptoms, anxiety, depression, eating disorders and relationship difficulties.
Tena Koutou, nau mai, haere mai Ko Anihera Tahu-Hepworth ahau. Hello, welcome, I’m Anihera. I whakapapa back to the East Coast of the North Island and Waikaremoana in the central North Island being from Ngati Porou & Tuhoe iwi through my mother and father. Working with people from all walks of life, cultures and backgrounds. Offering a confidential, compassionate and non-judgmental service for people needing or wanting to gain relief from difficult life stresses and complexities. Serving teens & rangatahi, couples, individual adults, families, whanau and elders.
Reaching out for support can be frightening. Perhaps you have never engaged with a counsellor, had a negative experience, or are needing to find a new counsellor, whatever your individual experience, it can be daunting. I am here to support you and make the process as comfortable as possible. Perhaps there is something specific you are wanting improve, like relationships, stress, substance abuse, or anxiety. Maybe you require a safe space to explore what is happening for you, or some things that have happened in the past. I provide a safe, confidential, judgement-free space for you to unpack and explore whatever feels important.
Hi my name is Dan Jackson. I got into counselling for two reasons: Firstly, to help people grow into their fullest and best selves. And secondly, to help people who are struggling to find relief and restoration.
Neha is a warm and empathetic clinical psychologist with a vast range of experience across different settings in both India and New Zealand. Neha has conducted rigorous assessments and provide evidence-based interventions to help my clients across a variety of mental health difficulties. Neha has a keen interest in eating disorders, adjustment and grief reactions, stress induced problems, anxiety and depression. She is also bilingual, speaking both English and Hindi.
You feel so lost and defeated. You aren’t sure what exactly is wrong, just that something is just not right. Is it depression? Anxiety? You can’t even tell sometimes. You want to have control of your life again! To feel better! You don't want to be exhausted and overwhelmed and scared by everything. All. The. Time. You want peace, confidence and to know you can do hard things! Trust me, this IS possible for you!
I work with all ages and specialise working with children, teens and young adults who are struggling. Challenges can come from anywhere; the loss of a loved one, a health condition, problems at school or work, anxiety, trauma, bullying, depression, attacks on dignity, abuse, or being spoken to in unhelpful ways. Problems can get you feeling overwhelmed, hopeless and stuck. I invite you to let me journey with you from that stuck place to hope and peace.
You’re here because you want to transform. You want to be happy and live free from fear, uncertainty, stress, anxiety and depression. You don’t want to suffer anymore. You want a new way of living that is energising and fulfilling. You want to let go of what is holding you back and be your most authentic and compassionate self. It takes tremendous courage to let go of the past and imagine a different future for yourself. So, who am I and how can I help?
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What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Rotorua District are psychologists, licensed counsellors, therapists, and psychotherapists, 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 Rotorua District 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 to find a specialist?
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 Rotorua District, or Child Psychologists in Rotorua District.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Rotorua District 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 Rotorua District 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.