Counselling

Find out more about the counselling services we provide to clients.

Child Counselling

Adolescent Counselling

Adult Counselling

Family Counselling

Marriage Counselling

Child Counselling

Child counselling is a specialised form of counselling that focuses on addressing the emotional, social, and psychological needs of children. Children may face a variety of challenges or difficulties, and counselling provides a safe and supportive space for them to express their feelings, explore their experiences, and develop coping skills. Child counselling involves working with trained mental health professionals who are skilled in understanding and addressing the unique needs of children.

Adolescent Counselling

Adolescent counselling is a specialised form of therapy focused on helping teenagers navigate the unique challenges of adolescence. This period of life is marked by rapid physical, emotional, and social changes, and counselling provides a supportive space for young people to explore their feelings, develop coping skills, and strengthen their self-esteem. Through this process, adolescents learn to understand and manage issues like peer pressure, academic stress, family dynamics, identity questions, and mental health concerns. Adolescent counselling aims to foster resilience and empower teenagers to make positive life choices.

Adult Counselling

Refers to a therapeutic process designed to help individuals navigate and address various challenges, issues, or concerns they may be facing in their lives. This form of counselling is specifically tailored for adults, taking into account the unique experiences, responsibilities, and developmental stages that individuals go through in adulthood.Some common issues addressed in adult counselling include: mental health concerns, relationship issues, life transition, grieff and loss, self-exploration and personal growth, addiction and substance abuse, and workplace stress.

Family Counselling

Family counselling is a type of psychotherapy that involves working with families to improve communication and resolve conflicts. It recognizes that issues within a family can impact individual members and that addressing these issues collectively can lead to positive changes in the family dynamic. Family counselling often involves all or most family members, but the specific structure of sessions can vary based on the family’s needs. The goal is to create a safe and supportive environment in which family members can express their thoughts and feelings, learn effective communication skills, and work collaboratively toward positive change. Family counselling can be a valuable resource for promoting a healthy and harmonious family life.

Marriage Counselling

Marriage counselling is a dedicated form of therapy aimed at supporting couples through the complexities of their shared life. This stage can involve intricate emotional, communicative, and relational changes. The counseling offers a nurturing environment for partners to express their thoughts, learn effective communication techniques, and deepen their understanding of each other. It addresses aspects such as conflict resolution, intimacy issues, and evolving family dynamics. The goal of marriage counseling is to reinforce the bond between partners, helping them navigate challenges together and build a resilient, fulfilling relationship.

Psychologists

Counsellors

Diverse Capabilities

Julia Shandy, S.Psi
(Special Need Coach)