Counselling is a form of professional guidance and therapeutic space that can facilitate the fostering of general wellbeing, focus on resolving a specific problem, or help a client come to terms with a crisis (such as bereavement). Psychotherapy is a form of treatment that uses principles of counselling but that focuses more deeply on interpersonal problems (such as family dynamics or relationship difficulties), restructuring personality or parts of the self, and the development of self-understanding. People engage in Counselling and Psychotherapy for assistance with the management of a range of matters including depression and anxiety. However, attending therapy can also be a useful tool for developing or fine-tuning skills such as time-management, or nurturing one’s motivation. The work may be short-term or long-term, depending on the nature of the difficulties, and may involve working with individuals, couples, families or groups. Both Counselling and Psychotherapy abide by a code of confidential practice.
Our Counsellor. Emma offers a reduced rate of $80 per hourly session.