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My Passion is to provide a safe non-judgemental place that helps you to navigate the hard places of life and explore the issues that are of personal concern to you. Using various strategies and therapies, I can help you to explore the issues your struggling with and let you see things from a new perspective, discovering hidden strengths and potential. I am an accredited counselor with ACA with over 30 years of experience in pastoring, making me well equipped to help you. Specialties include but are not limited to: CBT (cognitive behavior therapy ) Spiritual identity Relationships Self-esteem and self-awareness


Mia is an experienced registered counselor specialising in anxiety. You will confidentially be met wherever you are at on your journey. It is vitally important to feel safe and never judged in counselling & Mia places this at the heart of her practice. Your time and resources are important, therefore, Mia aims to help you to get results as quickly as possible. Mia is a former panel member for foster care, 45, married with 3 grown children. Modalities used in session are: Solution focused, ACT, Trauma Informed, Neuropsychotherapy and NLP within a Christian worldview. Mia works within the Australian Counselling Associations code of ethics. At intake, you are encouraged to ask questions to determine if this relationship will be a good fit for you as the therapist/client relationship is paramount to the counselling process.


I believe providing a safe space where people feel heard is the most important aspect of my counselling practice. My clients need to feel safe and comfortable before they are able to share what is happening for them. Areas of practice: Life issues, boundaries, self care, self esteem/self worth, stress management, anxiety, depression, grief & loss, bullying, guilt/shame, family of origin work, trauma, and couples work. I also work with women struggling with infertility. I have an Advanced Diploma, Graduate Diploma and Masters in Counselling.


Ruth identifies as a Christian Counsellor and ACA supervisor. Ruth has lived in various countries embracing many different cultures. Ruth's aims and goals are to engage with and offer quality counselling and therapy to clients, developing realistic attainable solutions. Ruth's areas of expertise include family therapy, couples counselling, women, anxiety, depression, trauma, cross cultural communication and other areas. Ruth's training has given her the expertise necessary to support client's through turbulent times.


I have spent many years supporting others through my local church and business. I have now ventured into the counselling field. I am a fully qualified counsellor having studied with AIFC and Stirling Theological College. My passion is to help people be the best they can as they journey through life with the many challenges we face. I am particularly interested in the Mental Health, Identity and grief and loss areas. I would love to chat with you and journey with you as you become the person you want to be.


A clinical supervisor with the Christian Counsellors Association of Australia. Focus is on supervision and relationship counselling


My practice areas include grief and loss (including pet loss), life changes, and relationship issues. I am a registered CCAA counsellor, and Anglican priest within the Diocese of Melbourne, working as Chaplain to a Palliative Care Unit. I am also experienced in supporting people regardless of their spiritual beliefs. My undergraduate degree is theology, along with Clinical Pastoral Education graduate-level studies gained in two of Melbourne's largest hospitals. I am experienced in supporting clients integrate their life experiences with their faith, values and events that brought them to seek counselling, in a safe and supportive counselling environment.


Life does not always go in a straight line. We cannot change what happened, but we have the capacity to change what happens from NOW. Your story does not end in one event, or even a series of events. it can evolve to deliver the best version. Let’s work together to help you achieve your goals and balance. I am a registered counsellor with extensive and ongoing involvement in workplaces, culturally diverse communities, youth coaching, and entrepreneurship. My niche include career, family, relocation & resettlement, and personal development.


Christian counselling for abuse recovery, trauma, self-worth & acceptance, Christian identity, shame & guilt issues, boundaries, assertiveness, grief & loss, trust & intimacy w/God, Christian leadership burn out & prevention, returned missionaries & culture shock, spiritual abuse, exiting/recovery from Christian cults and cross cultural counselling. I'm genuinely passionate about mental health and believe quality counselling should be accessible and affordable. Please feel free to personally contact me at should you have any questions. As a professional counsellor, my goal is to create a warm, safe and non-judgmental listening space where you will feel valued and understood. My counselling approach is very person-centred. I use an evidence-based counselling model, which is wholistic, (body, soul & spirit) and eclectic, drawing from a range of counselling streams. I have also enjoyed many years of working cross-culturally in a variety of ministry roles and contexts both in Australia and overseas. Adv. Dip. in Counselling and Family Therapy (Christian), Cert. IV in Counselling, Bach. of Psychology (36 units), Bach. of Visual Arts.


I am a mature age parent having lived in both Sydney suburbia and regional areas of Northern NSW. I have completed an Advanced diploma in Christian Counselling after a number of years working in education. I am lead by Jesus' example of providing help to those in need.I am drawn to supporting others experiencing struggles with conflict resolution change management, grief and loss, stress and anxiety and mental health issues. My previous work with preschool families including those with additional needs, primary school students and university undergraduates has situated me well to work with families. Areas of support have included management of transitions, behaviour guidance and building positive relationships. Triple P Parenting; Seasons for change and the Peaceful Parenting program have each contributed to a strong foundation. I draw on an eclectic model of therapies that are consistent with a Christian worldview and which are most relevant to achieving the client's counselling goals. Cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focused therapy and family systems therapy often feature in my work with clients. I have also gained experience in interactive drawing therapy which has been highly effective with some clients. I welcome inquiries from those seeking counselling support for the first time so that we can discuss the ways in which counselling may fit with your current circumstances, needs and goals.