Couples/Relationship counselling – saving and enriching relationships

For relationships troubled or on the brink, I can help get the communication and vitality flowing again. Help is also available to prepare couples for upcoming relationship commitments to ensure you start on a good footing for a long happy future together. Areas include:
  • Marriage, relationship and pre-relationship counselling
  • Separation counselling – to attain the best possible outcomes
  • Mediation for disputes in relationship property, separation or care of children
  • Same Sex Relationships/Other

Individuals – breaking through tough issues to reach a better life

Things can hit us in life which cut deep – leading to troubled or crippled emotions and behaviour. Let me ease the pain, worry and struggle. We’ll look together at underlying issues and find keys to resolve them and move on to more confident fruitful living. We can also build personal growth and maturity, enabling you to reach greater heights in your life. Areas include:

Emotional

  • Depression
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety and panic attacks
  • Stress, trauma and crisis
  • Grief and loss, including pets
  • Burnout prevention & recovery

Living with Illness

  • Breast cancer
  • Chronic disease

Personal Development

  • Self-esteem
  • Careers
  • Professional mentoring
  • Life skills
  • Confidence

Workplace

  • Bullying
  • Conflict resolution
  • Employer-subsidised counselling

Family Counselling

Overcoming conflicts to become a happy team. Family relationships can be complex. After hearing everyone’s point of view, I’ll identify key issues for each person and offer solutions so you can together reach better communication, peace and family enjoyment. Areas include:
  • Family violence
  • Worry about children
  • Adolescent issues
  • Parenting skills
  • Mediation for disputes

Supervision

Claire offers professional supervision for:

  • Counsellors
  • Drug and alcohol practitioners
  • Students
  • Associated disciplines

Free Counselling

Employee Assistance Programmes – employer funded counselling

If you or your partner have an employer with an EAP programme (Employee Assistance Programme) you should be eligible for free counselling. To find out if you have an EAP programme you can ask your manager, human resources advisor, health and safety representative or occupational health advisor or look in your staff handbook, noticeboard or intranet. If you are unsure if you have an EAP programme or would like to make an appointment then please contact me.

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