Dr Helen Blake – Counsellor
Helen provides counselling and therapy for adult individuals and couples encountering difficulties in daily living and communicating. Her work includes adult education, professional and pastoral supervision, and pre-marriage education. She is a registered member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia.
For appointments please phone:
Mobile: 0418 467 196 or
E-mail: [email protected]
Francis Kim – Counsellor
Francis is a gentle, warm and caring counsellor whose passion is to see individuals, couples and family find preciousness of life, relationships restored and potentials achieved. Francis is trained with a Masters of Counselling and Psychotherapy an is a member of Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. Francis’ approach includes person-centred psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, existential psychotherapy, family systems psychotherapy. Francis is also a fluent Korean speaker.
Mobile: 0402 483 677
Email: [email protected]
Susan Lui – Counsellor
Life can become complicated when human beings experience challenges or obstacles while building a career, in a relationship or growing a family. Susan has been through those challenges and she understands what life is like working in the increasingly competitive environment.
Research shows that negative thoughts can affect both emotional and physical health, whereas positive attitude can enhance and improve overall well-being. Maintaining our health physically and mentally is crucial. Susan was trained in a range of modalities including Rogerian Person-centred Therapy; Solution focused Therapy and Positive Psychology. She offers health coaching, individual counselling for anxiety, depression and relationship issues. She helps people to overcome personal obstacles so they can find healthy perceptions of themselves, regain control of the situation.
Susan is a registered counsellor with the Australian Counselling Association. (Read more).
For appointments, please call:
Mobile: 0467 690 539
David Taylor – Counsellor
In his practice David seeks to create a space where the impact of our beliefs and doubts on our lived experience is honoured.
David is a trained counsellor with an academic background in philosophy. He draws on his philosophical training to interrogate the ways in which our way of understanding the world shapes our lives.
While people come to David for all kinds of reasons, his area of special interest is the intersection of faith, doubt, and mental health. So often mental health practitioners can pathologise beliefs or ideas about the world that make us unhappy. This can be misguided. A rupture in a cherished belief system, the breakdown of a marriage founded on such beliefs, or a break with a faith community can make us feel like the world has been turned upside down. The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche compared this loss to the horizon being wiped away with a sponge.
While not looking to offer answers to life’s questions, David hopes to create a space, and provide some of the emotional and intellectual skills needed, to move forward.
David holds a BA (Honours) and MA (Research) in philosophy from the University of Sydney as well as a Graduate Diploma in Counselling. He is a provisional member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA, Reg. Provisional).
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