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COUNSELLING

To finally say what you have been thinking to someone who is truly listening can be incredibly rewarding. Counselling is a safe non-judgemental space where everything discussed is confidential. Using a strength based, person centred approach your counsellor will support you to explore your experience of yourself and your world then find your own strategies to respond differently to the challenges. You have a unique story. Everything that has happened to you and all the choices you have made have led you to where you are today.

Our Psychotherapists are specialist trained in counselling young people and adults who have experienced acute, chronic or complex trauma. We also support couples to strengthen their understanding about each other’s trauma triggers and explore ways to better support one another so you can grow together.

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PRICING

Young People

(7-17yo)

$110.00

$110.00

$193.00

Adults

$165.00

$165.00

$193.00

Couples

$180.00

$180.00

$193.00

In Person

Telehealth

In Home

Avon Region

Referrals from doctors are not necessary and Wattleseed Centre WA does not accept mental health treatment plans as they can only be used with Registered Psychologist or Registered Social Workers.

 

To learn more about mental health treatment plans click here

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Psychologist

Training

Masters Qualification

Masters Qualification

Accreditation

With AHPRA

With PACFA

 or ACA

or ANZACATA

Approach

Science focused with Psychologist as the expert providing scientifically proven strategies to resolve problems

Humanities focused with the client as the expert being supported to develop their own, unique solutions to their experience of challenge

Duration

Short to medium term

1 – 20 sessions

Medium to long term

15 sessions to ongoing

Psychotherapist

 Difference Between Psychologists and Psychotherapists

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COUNSELLING

Anna's Story

“I know it’s not my fault but a
part of me still felt ashamed”

55 year old Anna* recognized that she had been managing as best she could with the impact of childhood family violence but now that her children had grown and left home she felt it was her time to truly heal from trauma.

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