I offer contemporary counselling with both online and face-to-face services. My approach is respectful, warm and compassionate. I have carefully created a beautiful garden and consulting room to help you relax and to enhance your therapy experience.
I use a range of evidence-based therapies tailored for your needs and your goals, whether general mental health concerns or challenging life transitions such parenting, ageing, relationship loss or grief.
Sometimes life brings challenges that are overwhelming and with very human problems that impact your sense of wellbeing and impact your relationships. I can help you gain insight and develop new skills to resolve inner conflicts and negative beliefs that are holding you back from achieving your life goals.
Change, challenges and even crisis can be opportunities in disguise to find personal strengths.
I am a registered provider of services for Medicare Australia & Private Health Insurers.
Elizabeth’s Areas of Expertise
- Anxiety and Depression
- Stress and Burnout
- Bereavement, Grief and Loss
- Life Transitions
- Parenting Coaching
- Personal and Work-life Challenges
- Assertiveness and Self Confidence
- Work and Interpersonal Conflicts
- Chronic Illness and Disability Challenges
- Procrastination and Goal Setting
- Mindfulness Skills
EMDR therapy is a well-researched psychotherapeutic approach for treating PTSD, trauma, and distressing life events. Disturbing events can happen in our lives that stay with us. Our brain cannot process this information as it ordinarily does. One moment can become ‘frozen in time’.
The impacts of painful experiences, life transitions and trauma can affect our most important relationships, sometimes across generations.
Whether it is ‘big T’ or ‘small t’ trauma, or struggling with adjusting to life challenges, with the right support you can recover and enjoy the life and relationships you deserve.
EMDR therapy is designed to resolve unprocessed traumatic memories in the brain, allowing the brain to resume its natural healing process. EMDR therapy does not require talking in detail about distressing memories or completing homework between sessions.