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Individual
Counselling

Counselling is a safe and confidential* collaboration between qualified counsellors and clients to promote mental health and wellbeing, enhance self-understanding, and resolve identified concerns. Clients are active participants in the counselling process at every stage.

In working with Counselling clients I use empathy and deep listening to create a trusting and non-judgemental therapeutic relationship, providing a safe space for you to connect to and share your internal experience. 

I draw upon a range of evidence based interventions in my Counselling practice, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Positive Psychology. All of my Counselling practice is person centred and trauma informed. I truly believe that every individual has inherent strengths that can be identified and built upon to facilitate and empower them toward positive change. 

*Confidentiality is limited when there are risks to the safety of the client or others.

Sliding Scale Counselling Fees

Rates are based on a sliding scale in relation to household income. No medicare rebate is available at this time, however all effort is made to ensure fees are accessible. If cost is a barrier to seeking counselling please contact me to discuss solutions.

 

NDIS Participants (plan managed or self managed only)

$193 per hour (average session length 50 minutes @ $160.80)

Household income less than $75,000  

First session (50 minutes) $80

Second & subsequent sessions (50 minutes) = $100

Household income between $75,000 – $140,000 

First session (50 minutes) $100

Second & subsequent sessions (50 minutes) = $125

Household income between $140,001- $300,000

First session (50 minutes) $125

Second & subsequent sessions (50 minutes) = $150

Household income greater than $300,000

First session (50 minutes) $150

Second & subsequent sessions (50 minutes) = $180

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