How I work
Telehealth - Online and Phone
Telehealth (online and phone) appointments are ideal if you want the convenience of your appointments at home. These options are beneficial if you live in regional, interstate or overseas locations (other than the USA and Canada). I will send a Telehealth agreement to you, which explains how this service works.
Home visits can be helpful if you are experiencing grief from any loss (death and living losses). I will visit your home, and you may be able to explain what you are experiencing when you are at home.
Walk and Talk
You may be interested in taking your appointments into nature and having walk and talk therapy. The benefits of walk and talk may include improved awareness, connection, grounding, emotional release, problem solving and improved mood. For some people, the natural environment offers an easier way to express their thoughts and feelings than in the confines of an indoor setting.
Single Session Counselling (SSC)
You may only want or require single-session counselling (SSC). Lasting 60-90 minutes, these sessions are structured differently from multiple sessions. A single session does not preclude you from having another session. SSC is ideal if you are seeking to resolve a single issue. There are no wait times for an appointment once registered.
NDIS - Grief and Hoarding Counselling
If you are an NDIS participant, grief and hoarding counselling may help to support you with: stress, anxiety and depression and other mental health concerns, change that you are finding difficult, the loss of someone or something unique, overwhelmed and feeling stuck, being surrounded by clutter or hoarding, self-care and self-confidence, planning and prioritising for health and wellness.
Virtual Professional Organising
Virtual Professional Organising is an alternative to having someone come to your home or office to assist with face to face, hands on organising. It is conducted either online via Zoom or telephone.
The counselling room I use is in Heidelberg, in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. The first appointment is for 90 minutes, with subsequent charges for 60 minutes.
As of March 2020, all face-to-face counselling in the counselling room has been paused. This website will be updated when these services are offered again.