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The most creative human response to a crisis is to find a way through to heal our lives and develop a new sense of meaning and purpose. A Psychosynthesis psychotherapist helps us to use the extraordinary power of the psyche to fill our lives with joy, serenity and beauty. Roberto Assagioli, the Psychiatrist who developed Psychosynthesis, and a contemporary of Freud and Jung, believed that our deep impulse is to embrace the whole of who we are so we can unlock our unlimited potential.
Counselling and Psychotherapy for individuals and couples
Clinical Supervision of Counsellors and Psychotherapists
Professional Supervision for Workplace Issues
Facilitator for Group Therapy
Buddhist Psychotherapy, CBT, Existential, Experiential, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic, Psychosynthesis, Self Psychology
Wholistic, integrative and brain based. I draw on humanistic, psycho-spiritual, and neuro-physiological models - all the while discerning what works for the client.
Ongoing clinical supervision and professional development.
I have over 20 years clinical, teaching and supervision experience. I originally trained overseas in London and New Zealand. I have worked across cultures in many countries working with a broad range of issues in both short, medium and long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy and counselling.
9.00 am - 7.00 pm Monday - Friday
9.00 am - 12.30 Saturday mornings
and some evenings.
Parking available and close to bus routes.
$120 Sliding Scale (GST included)
Cheque, cash, internet bank transfer
Psychotherapist, Soul Centred Psychotherapist
I am a Clinical Neuro-psychotherapist in private practice in Surry Hills and Manly in Sydney. I work from a neuro-psycho-spiritual perspective and have a PhD in Neuroscience. I am interested in levels of consciousness where my PhD in the therapeutic alliance of therapy, proved that the relationship between client and therapist exists at a neurophysiological level. I incorporate neuroscience into my practice to help clients further understand unconscious patterns of behaviour. ...