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The Counselling team at Able2 can provide support to children, young people and adults for many of life’s challenges, including:
- managing anxiety and depression
- coping with grief and loss
- developing emotional regulation skills
- improving self esteem
- managing school issues
- understanding and improving relationship and friendship issues
- how to keep yourself safe
- understanding your own uniqueness
We like to work in a variety of ways to meet the needs and preferences of our clients, including the use of:
- Sand play
Our counsellors are experienced in being able to tailor a person’s therapy to their unique communication, social and emotional needs.
Meet the team
Clinical Lead Counselling
With over 10 year’s experience in supporting children, young people and adults with diverse and complex needs, including trauma, Emma works creatively with individuals to listen, understand and support them. Emma is skilled and able to integrate a range of evidence-based counselling modalities that result in the best fit for the person’s needs.
Emma is a registered member of the Australian Counselling Association.
“I believe that people living with disability deserve counselling services that are tailored to the specific needs of the individual.”
Fiona’s mission as a counsellor is to support and empower clients to understand and express their emotions, overcome difficult life situations and challenges. She works from a client centred, strength-based approach to assist clients to create meaningful change in their lives.
Fiona has extensive experience in working with clients with a range of disabilities and complex communication needs. She is skilled in adapting her style to meet clients’ communication and emotional needs and to create a safe space to build a strong therapeutic relationship.
Fiona has a Masters of Counselling and is a registered member of the Australian Counselling Association.
Ute is a Sandplay Practitioner within the counselling team at Able2. Ute has spent many years studying sand storytelling with Indigenous families in Central Australia and introduced Sandplay to a mental health program on the Tiwi Islands.
Ute holds a Graduate Diploma in Infant and Parent Mental Health, a PhD in social anthropology, and is training with STANZA, the Sandplay Therapy Association of New Zealand and Australia.
Our counselling services are typically provided in Able2’s offices, however online counselling can be provided via Zoom or in other places apart from the participant’s home.
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