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Search Results for Counsellors in Sydney, New South Wales

Looking for a therapist in Sydney to help you overcome some challenges in your life? Use TherapyTribe's advanced search feature to create a custom list of specialists that meet your unique needs including treatment approach, specialty, location and more. Sydney has a strong mental health infrastructure that has advocated tirelessly for improving conditions affecting the mental and physical health needs of the population.
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Mr Graeme James, Master of Counselling, Bachelor of Counselling, Clinical Member Counsellors and Psychotherapist Association of NSW (CMCAPA), Member Society for Counsellor and Psychotherapy Educators (SCAPE), Therapist

I practice as a counsellor and psychotherapist for adult individuals and couples helping people to live more fully. I have worked in the community sector in a range of roles as counsellor, trainer, supervisor, and agency manager; and also work privately. I have a Master of Counselling from UNE.

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Sydney CBD Macquarie Street or Chatswood by appointment Sydney, New South Wales 2000

t: 0412 518 024

w: Graeme James

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Greig Phillpot, B.A.(Hons), Th.L., Dip. Interactive Counselling, Dip. Interactive Psychotherapy. M.A.P.S., Psychologist

I am a compassionate, committed and insightful psychologist. I have 24 years experience and work with people not with problems. I include your emotions and feelings, and awareness of your body, as this is where your hurts are held. My work is wholistic and I would be privileged to work with you.

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379 Pitt St Suite 101 Fayworth House, Sydney, New South Wales 2000

t: 61412099382

w: www.greigphillpot.com

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Mr. Jeremy Barbouttis, MA, Dip Teach, Dip Hyp & Couns., Dip EST, M Hth Sc (Sexual Health), Cert IV Clin Hyp, CMAHA, ASCH, Therapist

Hypnotherapy

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Level 2, Suite 211/160 Castlereagh St Sydney CBD Sydney, New South Wales 2000

t: (02)9518 9912

w: Hypnotherapy

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Mrs Helen Sharwood, BA, Dip ED, MA, Grad Dip Couns., Psychologist

I have worked as a Health Professional for more than 25 years and have been an APS psychologist for 8 years. I take great care of my clients and utilise knowledge drawn from my professional experience and a wide range of skills and therapies to assist them to live a meaningful and satisfying life.

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Suite 1010, 185 Elizabeth Street Sydney NSW 2000 Sydney, New South Wales 2000

t: 0419405287

f: 61-2-93620833

w: hsharwood

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Joanna Malinowska, MSc, Dip.CH., Cert IV CH., Clinical Member AHA, Registered Professional Member ASCH, Hypnotherapist

I am an experienced professional hypnotherapist, dedicated to providing the most effective therapy for my clients to guide them with compassion and understanding into the power of their own mind to help them overcome their suffering, find talents, achieve goals and fulfill their potential.

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2/300 George Street Sydney, New South Wales 2000

t: 0412092972

w: www.myhypno.com.au

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Margaret Condonis, Psychologist

 

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769 Bourke St Redfern Surry Hills, New South Wales 2010

t: 0425234507

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Lisa Fleming, M. Mgt, BA(hons), Cert IV Ass't & Train, Counsellor/Therapist

Often things like anxiety, worry, and fear are experienced as tightening in the body - using somatic psychotherapy and bodywork we work with you to help you feel more relaxed and at home in your body and in your life. *Your first session is FREE.*

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63 Albion St, Surry Hills Sydney, New South Wales 2010

t: 0425 296 727

w: www.lisafleming.com.au

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Ms Charlie Stansfield, Counsellor, mental health social worker, Therapist

Often enough, we do not know our own mind. In the process of dialogue with another person, we are able to clarify what we think and feel.
(Fonagy, 2006, p118)

I am a counsellor with over twenty years of experience working with men, women and younger people in Chippendale and Pennant Hills NSW.

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Level 1 /87-89 Regent Street Chippendale Sydney, New South Wales 2008

t: 0406 967 428

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Dr Jeanne Abelson, Fully Registered Clinical Psychologist, Member Australian Psychological Society, Therapist

Counsellor, Psychologist, Psychotherapist. Couples and Individuals. Jeanne has a gentle whole person approach. She will help you manage, identify and work through your problems. She has many years experience and works with most conditions and issues and with people of all kinds.

2.64 miles from
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Mosman Medical Centre 748 Military Road Mosman, New South Wales 2088

t: 0413231926

w: www.mosmanpsychology.com

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Gail Rice , Masters (Soc Health), PG Dip Applied Psych, BA Psych (Canada), PG Dip Comm, Psychologist

 

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189 Johnson St Annandale NSW 2038 Annandale, New South Wales 2038

t: 02 9660 7688

f: 02 9660 7699

w: www.intofocustherapy.com.au

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The Mental Health Association NSW (MHA) kicked off a 2014 campaign naming October's Mental Health Awareness theme "be YOUnique," which stresses the importance in being comfortable with who you are. The theme focuses on self-acceptance and pride. A lot of people have difficulty with this and it surfaces in anxiety issues. If you feel like you're struggling with anxiety, working with a therapist can help you get back in control of your mental health. Consider what it is that you are looking for in a therapist when you are making your decision. What are your goals and concerns?

Another mental health initiative that Sydney and NSW is focusing on is reaching out to new parents by creating a site that connects them to one another. They've assembled a range of experts to provide information to young parents in order to help them get the resources they need to succeed. Having a family is stressful and if you don't have a support system in place, it becomes overwhelming. The stresses of a new child in the home can affect marriages, sibling relationships, and your friendships.

Uncontrollable anger and depression are not a normal part of raising a family. These problems become exacerbated when:
- the other parent doesn't share fairly in the responsibilities.
- you're sleep deprived.
- your expectations don't seem to meet the situation's reality.
- there are medical concerns with you or the baby.
- finances are tight, and so many more reasons.

You shouldn't feel ashamed of your struggle. Feeling like this doesn't mean you're a bad parent or person. You don't have to put a smile on your face while you mask the emotions on the inside.

Parenting is difficult and there are therapists who can help you by talking over your feelings and giving you ways to address the issues. They can also help with providing communication tools so that you and your partner can work as a team and not as combatants.

Therapy is affordable. Many therapists accept health insurance. Check with the practice when you make your appointment and check your health coverage for details of what the policy will pay for. It's also important to consider the cost of not doing therapy. Living with a mental health issue can be taxing on all areas of life both personally and professionally. Are you unable to achieve your goals because you have not addresses a serious underlying problem?  

According to the 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing: "Around 7.3 million or 45% of Australians aged 16 - 85 will experience a common mental health-related condition such as depression, anxiety or a substance use disorder in their lifetime." There's no reason to go through these struggles alone. A qualified therapist can help you recognize the problem and provide methods with which to deal with them. Your mental health is important. Isn't it time you made time for yourself?