"I am attracting deep, earth-shattering,
soul Shaking Love."
I attended Jensen Newman Institute, where I then completed my diploma in counselling in 2015; following that, I completed my bachelor of applied social Science counselling in 2018 and graduated in Nov 2019
I am a fully trained counsellor; I'm currently studying at The University of Sydney for a master's in science in medicine pathway psychosexual therapy.
Before covid, I used to volunteer at three different organisations. I hoped to get back to it soon. The organisations where I volunteered were the asylum seeker centres, Acon and Swop.
The approaches that I tend to use with my clients are solution-focused therapy and person-centred therapy, and reality therapy. Still, it all depends on what is happening with the person.
How would you describe yourself:
I am easygoing, easy to talk to, fun and down to earth.
Available Health Funds: ARHG
Walk and Talk Therapy
All my sessions are online via an online video platform:
Free 15mins the for 1st initial session
Intimate partner violence
Healing through Kink
Systemic Sex Therapy with a Heterosexual Couple
Developing, Implementing and Evaluating an
Innovative Community-Based Suicide Prevention
Service for Men in a Suicidal Crisis
Working with People Who Hear Voices
Standing Up To Racism
The Future of Responsible Gambling
Helping the Suicidal Person: Tips and Techniques
Creativity & Suicide Prevention: A Healing Journey
Youth Suicide Prevention & Social Media: The
Men’s Anxiety, Why It Matters, and What Is Needed to
Limit its Risk for Male Suicide
Digital ‘Addictions’ to Digital Wellbeing:
Understanding and Managing Our Use of Technology
Post-Traumatic Growth After Suicide Loss Across the
Counselling Clients with Disabilities: Introduction to
Preventing Suicide Among Trans and Gender Diverse
Young People: A Discussion of Current Research
Trauma and Addiction: Taking Motivational
Interviewing to the Next Level
Understanding and Preventing Compassion Fatigue
Reducing Trauma and Structural Racism
Suicide in Old Age
Suicide Prevention with Students in Tertiary