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Empathy, Kindness and Compassion
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How can counselling help?

These are just some of the many ways you may benefit from counselling:

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Deal with a cancer diagnosis and treatment

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Heal from past trauma

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Reduce anxiety and depression

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Adjust to life with a chronic illness

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Approach death and dying in a peaceful way

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Learn to be kinder to yourself

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Feel less isolated and alone

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Process the pain of grief and loss

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Move forward after cancer treatment has ended

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Accept the things we cannot change

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Find new meaning and purpose

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Be supported if you are caring for a loved one

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Cope with chronic pain

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Build self-confidence

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Learn to live mindfully/ in the moment

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Adjust to major life changing events

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Reduce stress

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Improve quality of life and emotional well-being

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Reconnect with self and others

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Come to terms with disability

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As human beings, most of us will experience periods of hardship, adversity, suffering or trauma at some point in our lives, if not multiple times. Our experience can change the way we understand ourselves, others, and the world around us. It can also be a reminder of what really matters to us. This was certainly my experience after going through the shock of a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment in 2013 while in my 40’s and raising 4 young teenage children.

 

My struggles over the next year or two, led to a quest to understand more about the long-term impacts of a trauma (such as a cancer experience) on quality of life for survivors and their families, and a deep desire to learn how to better support other people and their families through their own unique life challenges. I decided I wanted to become a counsellor and went back to university to study.

My Story

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No Doctor's Referral or Mental Health Plan required

Self-managed or plan-managed NDIS clients welcome

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Kindness begins with the understanding that we all struggle.

Charles Glassman

Qualifications & Accreditations

Bachelor of Education (B.H.M.S.Ed), Certificate of Gifted Education (C.O.G.E), Master of Counselling (M. Couns.)

Member of the Australian Counselling Association - Membership Number:  15044

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