COUNSELLING

PERSONAL

​Adjustment Disorders

Depression

Anxiety & Panic

Suicide

Trauma

Anger Management

Bereavement

HIV & Chronic Illness

Loss Adjustment

FAMILY

​​Couple Counselling

Pre-marital Counselling

Parenting Skills Training

Parental Guidance

Uncontrolable Children

Domestic Violence

Behaviour Modification

OTHER

Budget & Finance        

Life & Coping Skills

Life Strategy Planning  

Self-Esteem

Substance Abuse    

Gambling Addiction

 

EMPLOYEE WELLNESS

Counselling

Consultation

Presentation

 

Social Workers are bound by an ethical code similar to that of psychologists and lawyers.

CONFIDENTIALITY is of the utmost importance

 

​​"Counselling is a confidential and ethically protected relationship with a trained  practitioner who will take your personal concerns seriously." - Susan Barker​

From a person centred approach the relationship is based on respect and trust, with the notion that you have the resources within towards growth.

 

The relationship is based on unconditional positive regard, empathy and congruence, placing you at the centre of the work and encouraging self-determination. ​

 

Counselling offers a way to gain perspective on your behaviour, emotions and relationships.

It provides a means to express feelings and identify thinking patterns.

 

It alleviates anxiety, depression and anger in their many forms and it helps develop communication skills for dealing with conflict and frustration.

 

It is a means for addressing emotional pain, working through loss and finding meaning in life.