Little Window Psychologists and Therapists provide individual counselling to adults, adolescents and children for a range of issues, including:
- Grief and loss
- Abuse (sexual, emotional, physical and neglect)
- Relationships and relational wellness
- Self-esteem, identity, and personal development
- Life transitions
- Eating issues
- Brain injury and rehabilitation
- Sexual health, sexuality and gender identity affirmation
- Pregnancy, parenting and attachment
- Post-natal mental health
- Emotional, social & behavioural concerns in children
- ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Sensory difficulties and disorders
- Early psychosis
- Family separation
- Childhood issues
- Spiritual related health and wellness
Counselling is a personal and safe process that can involve talking about what is present for you, working together to unpack, explore and understand your concerns, and providing strategies and tools to work towards mental and emotional wellness. Through therapy, you can learn skills and build inner resources that you will be able to take away with you and use for the rest of your life.
Counselling can also involve non-verbal ways of communicating if you do not feel comfortable talking, such as expressive therapies (for example, art, symbol work, play, and movement), mindfulness and meditation. Your psychologist may also work with you to learn about your brain and how it impacts on your well being. You and your psychologist will decide together which approach would feel most comfortable and work best for you. For more information about the counselling process, click to read our Frequently Asked Questions here.
You can also read about what counselling can feel like at our blog here.
We would love to hear from you and would be honoured to support you in your journey to wellness.
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