My primary areas of interest include assisting individuals or couples who are coping with chronic illness, loss, trauma, depression, relationship concerns, as well as men who are experiencing concerns around intimacy.
Profile Category: Counsellors
My primary areas of interest include assisting individuals or couples who are coping with chronic illness, loss, trauma, depression and anxiety, relationship concerns, as well as men who are experiencing concerns around intimacy.
Having immersed herself in the field of mental health since 2007, Michelle brings to this work a valuable collection of experience supporting families in trying life circumstances.
Practice Areas: individual, couple and family therapy, depression, burn out, grief, stress management, relationship issues, communication, conflict resolution and more.
I truly believe that everyone requires a support system that is safe and accepting of who we are, where we are and how we live our lives.
I believe that my role as a counsellor and psychotherapist is to provide an outlet where clients can share their thoughts and feelings in a safe, comfortable and non-judgmental environment.
I believe that human beings are unique and have access to internal and external resources that could be engaged when facing difficult times in their lives. Every person is bigger and more important than the problem.
I believe in people’ self-accomplishment, on their ability to create and to maintain meaningful and harmonious relations. However, at time we might need help and supports to develop these relations.
My passion is to realise people their inner potential, grow strong, learn more about themselves, become independent, self-sufficient and happy with who they are.
Self-awareness, self-confidence, and self-esteem, family of origin issues, decision making, life transitions, grief, anxiety/depression, employment stress and burnout, anger management, and relationship Concerns.