William has been counselling since 2003. He enjoys working with individuals, couples and groups. He is non-directive and collaborative and specialises in relationship counselling. His work ranges from brief to long term psychotherapy. He has experience working with complex issues such as abuse, addiction, same sex attraction, and anger management.
Areas of Counselling Practice
Affairs – working through the discovery and rebuilding trust
Complex, traumatic or unresolved past issues
Different expectations – personal, family and cultural
Domestic violence couples
Losing love and connection
Pre-marital preparation and counselling (Prepare-Enrich)
Parenting and stepfamilies issues
Separation and divorce counselling
Mental Health, Trauma and Abuse
Addictions including sexual and related addiction
Anxiety including OCD, panic attacks and stress management
Emotional, physical and sexual abuse – past or present
Trauma, past and present
Assertiveness and boundary setting
Coping with emotions
Grief and loss
Life and work transitions
Relationship issues including same-sex attraction
Spirituality (Christian perspective)
How I Approach Counselling and Psychotherapy
My approach is non-directive: clients and I work collaboratively on issues of difficulty.
I provide a safe space where clients can talk about their difficulties giving importance to listening and understanding. Attending counselling for the first time can bring up some anxiety, this is quite normal.
Clinical Registration with ARCAP, PACFA, CCAA
My fee is $130 per hour.
If you are having are financial difficulties, concessions may be available.
Internet payments to BSB: 062 257 – Acct No: 10012564