CCAA Provisional Member
CCAA No. 200442
M Couns, Grad Dip Christian Couns, BAppSc (Physiotherapy)
- Katherine is a qualified counsellor having gained a Masters of Counselling (and receiving the Counselling Prize) through Morling College.
- Katherine is able to provide counselling for both individual and couple therapy, working with those are experiencing a range of life's difficulties including:
- domestic violence,
- grief and
- relationship issues.
- Katherine is passionate about facilitating a safe space where clients can be free to explore their issues, find their potential and discover hope. This is facilitated through developing a collaborative relationship where both client and therapist work together around exploring issues and defining goals, genuinely valuing the worth and unique perspective that each client brings, respecting, validating and empowering clients and drawing on an integrative approach to tailor therapy to individual needs.
- Katherine brings a breadth of professional, personal and ministry experience to the role. She trained initially as a Physiotherapist, working for over 10 years with children and adults with both physical and intellectual disabilities. She has also had many years of pastoral experience with youth, young adults and facilitating marriage preparation courses.
Anger Management, Anxiety, Childhood Abuse, Depression, Emotional & Physical Abuse, Emotional Crisis, Grief, Loss, Trauma, Healthy Boundaries, Life Transitions, Relationships, Self Esteem, Stress Management
Affairs, Trust Issues, Pre-Marriage, Separation Issues, Mediation
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