Northern Beaches Psychotherapy and Counselling
When we feel overwhelmed or go through crisis, it is easy to feel so stressed and anxious that it becomes difficult to makes sense of what is going on. Even well-meaning friends and family can not support you adequately. If you feel that some additional support could help you towards a bit more strength and ability to enjoy relationships and life as it currently is, I would love to hear from you. For more detailed information about how I practice, please see my website. Warm wishes, Anna
Existential, Interpersonal, Mindfulness, Person Centred, Process Oriented, Psychoanalytic, Psychodynamic, Self Psychology, Somatic Psychotherapy
I practice contemporary somatic psychotherapy. This is a psychodynamic approach, informed by Self Psychology & Intersubjectivity. It is a gentle talk therapy where change is guided by mind, brain and relationships. This is different from traditional cognitive focused counselling techniques. To learn more about how this therapy works and why it is so beneficial, please visit my website.
I am a member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. PAFCA. PACFA has rigorous membership and professional development requirements. Outside professional supervision and development I am also involved in personal therapy.
After completion of my Psychotherapy Diploma in 2012, I practice as a Counsellor and Psychotherapist in Brookvale on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
Please contact me to make an appointment. All appointments are 60 mins
There are six visitor parking spots available under the building during daytime. There is a Medical Center three doors down with 2 hour parking for $2.
The nearest bus stop is Warringah Mall, a hub for bus lines from the Northern Beaches suburbs.
$110/hour. See website for current offers
Cash, check or EFTPOS payment available
Psychotherapist, Somatic Psychotherapist
When you are hurting, overwhelmed or feel alone it can be distressing to process what is happening. It is easy to shut off and succumb to just getting by. Gradually you feel shut off from life. Without knowing, you numb yourself to not feel the pain. By doing so, you notice you also struggle to feel the joy. When you have a good connection with someone, a psychotherapist, counsellor or someone else, it is easier to find the courage and strength to get through. I would love to hear from you. Anna...