Closed for Christmas and New Year, we wish all our clients a safe and restful Christmas, we will see you all in late January.
We are located at:
Office 6/7 Mirrabooka Ave, Moruya, 2537.
Upstairs and behind the Air Raid Tavern in the McIntosh Centre.
We are a Covid safe practice. We ask that if you feel ill or have recently visited overseas, please text or email to reschedule.
We share our rooms with independent colleagues, please welcome:
Gill an experienced counsellor who has worked in Community Health for 9yrs and works with individuals and couples.
Gill is available 3 days per week, bookings essential, individual and couples counselling available
Phone or Text Gill on 0403 887 582 to enquire about counselling and booking a time.
A little more about Gill
I am a registered practitioner who has completed a Master of Counselling at La Trobe University in Melbourne. I have worked as a counsellor/psychotherapist since 2010, mostly with clients in a public health setting in rural Victoria. Prior to becoming a counsellor, I had a successful career as a Secondary School Teacher.
I have worked with people who come with a whole range of concerns and distressing experiences, some of which include, relationship issues, trauma and abuse, addiction concerns, grief and loss, depression and anxiety and other difficulties in finding a satisfying life. I am a skilled and careful listener who is non-judgmental and non-discriminatory and together with the client, find I am usually able to offer support in a way that enables the client’s pain to be lessened so that a richer, happier life becomes possible.
I have recently settled on the South Coast, having previously lived in rural Victoria on a small farm. I have two adult children and enjoy the outdoors particularly bushwalking and camping. I also have a regular yoga practice, walk a lot and spend time in the veggie patch.
I am very happy to answer your telephone inquiries and explain what counselling with me might involve.
I am registered with PACFA, the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia.
Counselling is provided in a safe, respectful and empathetic way. From the moment you engage in the counselling process, there is no facade, just genuine concern, care and support. Safety is paramount and clients state feeling comfortable within minutes. Your welfare is at the heart of each and every session and you will feel the support and trust that your counsellor has in your own abilities to heal.
If you are willing to take the chance and talk about what's happening for you, we will show you what it is like to be respected, heard and validated. It does take courage and determination on your part, however, your efforts will be rewarded with a truly enriching, potentially life-changing professional relationship.