Coogee Counselling & Psychotherapy
Mobile 0424 198 174
Looking for help with anxiety, stress or emotional overload? Feeling stuck in work, family or relationship situations? Life feeling meaningless or empty and like you've lost your sense of self? My work is dedicated to supporting those experiencing emotional distress and difficult life events with a new pathway forward. As a registered psychotherapist, I've assisted many people like you to reconnect to their bodies, hearts and minds to move forward in positive ways.
Art Therapy, Attachment Theory, Compassion-Focused Therapy, Creative Arts Therapy, Experiential, Gestalt, Interpersonal, Meditation, Mindfulness, Person Centred, Somatic Psychotherapy, Transactional Analysis, Transpersonal, Trauma-Informed
Ruth began counselling in 2010 and has since gone on to study Gestalt psychotherapy and specialise in creative arts therapy. She is a member of the Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).
- Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST/LivingWorks)
- Clinical Tools for Effective Trauma Treatment (Manuela Mischke-Reed)
- Yoga/Meditation Teacher Training
- Telephone Counsellor National Training (LifeLine Australia)
- Compassionate Inquiry Training (Dr Gabor Mate) - In progress.
Text, call or email to arrange an appointment.
Appointments are available Monday to Friday.
After hours sessions available dependant on availability.
There is plenty of untimed free street parking.
Also the 316/317 bus route stops outside, as well as others nearby.
Enquire about fees and discounts for students
Psychotherapist, Art Therapist
Ruth is a psychotherapist in private practice in Sydney Eastern Suburbs. Ruth supports people to heal, grow and flourish through a holistic, growth-oriented and deeply compassionate approach. Ruth specialises in supporting women with depression or anxiety symptoms to get back on track. She also has a particular interest in working with grief. Ruth holds a Masters of Gestalt Psychotherapy and is a qualified Art Therapist, reflecting her approach to therapy as an embodied and creative process....