Suicidal Thoughts therapists in Mount Pleasant, Western Australia WA, Australia AU

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Suicidal Thoughts

Ardross Psychology Practice

Psychologist, Registered Clinical Psychologists - Dr Peter Gibbons and Adri Hunt
Therapists explore with the client the intense pain of loneliness, isolation and overwhelming experiences that lead to suicidal thoughts and impulses. They help clients to develop a prevention plan, identify triggers, develop more effective coping and identify automatic negative thoughts that lead to a sense of helplessness and powerlessness. The aim of therapy is to break the cycle of negative states through effective change and soothing strategies and to encourage clients' help-seeking behaviours  
In-Person in Mount Pleasant, WA 6153
Online in Australia
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Suicidal Thoughts

Cathy Kunzel

Counsellor/Therapist, Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy
I have completed Applied Suicide Intervention Training and Gateway. Sometimes life is so hard, the pain is unbearable that the thought of leaving it all behind seems like the best option. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and when you are at your darkest point you are halfway through.  
7 Years Experience
In-Person Near Mount Pleasant, WA
Online in Australia
Diamond Creek, Victoria therapist: Mrs Jeanette Shepherd, licensed professional counselor
Suicidal Thoughts

Mrs Jeanette Shepherd

Licensed Professional Counsellor, RN, MRN, MSW, MA(Couns), Dip Pschotherapy, MAASW
I have been counselling for over 20 years building on my experience as a Registered Nurse and Social Worker. I have worked with people with a broad range of life situations including chronic health and mental health conditions and disabilities - physical, sensory and intellectual.  
27 Years Experience
Online in Australia
Bentleigh East, Victoria therapist: Ari Goldberger, psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

Ari Goldberger

Psychologist, Bachelor Of Science (Psychology), Post Graduate Diploma of Psychology, Masters of Psychology (Counselling)
Suicidality stems from repressed shame and guilt. Again, this false self-concept has it's roots back to rejection and abuse and will need to be healed in order that suicidal thinking be alleviated from consciousness.  
10 Years Experience
Online in Australia
Sydney, New South Wales therapist: Su (Xufeng Su), psychologist
Suicidal Thoughts

Su (Xufeng Su)

Psychologist, Provisional Psychologist
I work to provide support for clients experiencing suicidal thoughts.  
0 Years Experience
Online in Australia