Our clients come to us when they have life crises thrown at them. They may have a permanent disability / mental health disorder that they do not understand or can control. We help by being supportive, empathetic and provide a place that is calm and where they feel safe and listened to.
Counsellors are qualified and trained to inform and educate the client about their disorder using active listening skills, and their knowledge combined with years of experience working with mental health. There are many environmental issues that can trigger genes that can manifest into a disorder and mental health problems.
Counselling Supervision for Counsellors and Placements
Supervision for Counsellors and Placements
Counsellors are required to complete a certain amount of supervision annually as a component of their registration. Supervision for counsellors includes,Evaluation, Education / PD, Self-care, Administrative work, Support. What is Supervision for counsellors According to (www. theaca.net.au) Australian Counselling Association (sited 2018), "It is a formal arrangement for registered counsellors to discuss their work regularly with someone who is experienced in counselling and supervision... ."
Counselling and Psychotherapy Support
Counselling and Psychotherapy
What is Counselling? A qualified and accredited counsellor is someone to offer a talk based therapy approach. A counsellor works in the medical field and gives comprehensive and integrated care. What is a Psychotherapist? Related to its cousin psychoanalysis, focus on assisting their clients to explore and understand aspects of themselves and their experiences and what influences and is impacting them. Both are striving for the betterment of their client's quality of life.
Support & Counselling
Support and Counselling
For children with learning disabilities: Autism / Asperger, Dyslexia, ADHD, Cyber and Peer Bullying
Work Related Counselling
Finding a job, keeping a job, and work place bullying
Professional Development Courses for Counsellors and Allied Professionals
Workshop 1. Resilience for children. We all fall at some stage of our lives. Learning to fall and pick ourselves up every time is the greatest strength that we need to move forward, and it is empowering. This workshop helps Professionals to assist children in primary, secondary school to be mentally fit and resilient, to cope with stressors of school life and day to day issues. Mindfulness for children, is a psychological process that includes paying full attention of the moment. Focusing in a relaxed easy way so that the right decision is made every time.
PD for Counsellors
Professional Development for Counsellors
Workshop 2. Understanding Anxiety in children and supporting children with Autism - type, Asperger. How mindfulness can help over power anxiety and provide the child with the tools to focus their attention positively.