Online Trauma and PTSD therapists in New Zealand

Below is a list of therapists offering online sessions in Zealand

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Sydney, New South Wales therapist: Mairead Cleary, registered psychotherapist
Trauma and PTSD

Mairead Cleary

Registered Psychotherapist, Masters in Gestalt Therapy
Everyone has trauma. It's part of being alive. And some trauma events can be particularly intense and leave us feeling unsafe in the world. The environment we grew up in, if particularly abusive and dysfunctional, can also be traumatic and cause us to feel unsafe in the world. Trauma shows up in our nervous system responses to people and situations, like being excessively wary and on high alert. We work to regulate your nervous system, to give it safe resting places and experiences of relaxation. We also work with the underlying trauma itself in a very slow, resourcing way.  
6 Years Experience
Leppington, New South Wales therapist: Jaya Bhaskar - Ropana Therapy, counselor/therapist
Trauma and PTSD

Jaya Bhaskar - Ropana Therapy

Counsellor/Therapist, Counsellor/Therapist, Life Coach, ACA-L3
Navigate the path to healing from trauma with compassionate support. Our gentle and empathetic approach offers a safe space to process painful memories, develop coping skills, and reclaim a sense of safety and empowerment. Whether you're grappling with past traumas, experiencing flashbacks, or struggling with hyper vigilance, we're here to provide you with the tools and support you need to move forward with resilience and hope.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person in Leppington, NSW 2179
In-Person in Kangy Angy, NSW 2258
Online in Australia, New Zealand
Parramatta, New South Wales therapist: Shareen Birges, registered social worker
Trauma and PTSD

Shareen Birges

Registered Social Worker, BASS, GDYMH, MSW
I have an extensive background in trauma through my work with young people & adults around sexual abuse/assault, domestic violence & childhood trauma/neglect. My trauma informed practice gives me the basis for understanding & supporting people through trauma. My experience has helped me to understand that trauma is a very unique & individualized experience. For some people, trauma can appear small or unimportant (like a car accident) however to me, all trauma is experienced by the individual as traumatic for them, so whether it is perceived by others as small or unimportant it is important, & valid, for the person for whom the experience was traumatic. I have found that this understanding has been vital in my trauma work & has helped me to support people with all types of trauma. Building the therapeutic relationship, again, is important in this work to create a collaborative, safe & comfortable environment for my clients to share & heal.  
16 Years Experience
Sydney, New South Wales therapist: Rashneel Prasad, counselor/therapist
Trauma and PTSD

Rashneel Prasad

Counsellor/Therapist, ACA, PACFA
I provide support for trauma survivors and diagnosed PTSD.  
1 Years Experience
In-Person in Sydney, NSW 2000

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