Counselling Unit:


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Michelle

is a registered psychologist with over 13 years’ experience in providing psychological services to children, young people, adults, couples and families. “I enjoy this work very much and my goal is to help clients through a challenging time through counselling and providing psychological interventions which may identify goals, solutions and lead to an improvement in their general well being and mental health”.


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Glenys

joined the EiE team in February 2016. She is a registered Psychologist (B.Soc.SC:P.G.DipPsych Gen), Psychodynamic Psychotherapist (Dip.Appl.Couns.&Adv Appl Psychotherapy) and Rehabilitation counsellor (Grad Dip Health Sc.Rehab.Couns). She deals with the provision of mental health, drug and alcohol/addictive behaviours and generalist counselling interventions. Glenys is an approved Victims Services NSW Counsellor and can provide care under Medicare.


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Deb

has been with us since January 2009. She has qualifications in (PMACA) Grad Dip. Social Health Counselling (Macq.Uni). Grad.Dip.Psychotherapy, counselling, and clinical supervision. Deb works with adults, teenagers and couples, and specialises in strategies for life problems, anxiety, trauma, depression, relationship issues, grief & loss.


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Michael

is a Provisional Psychologist & has a BA (Psych) M.Soc.Hlth.Cnsl. Prior to joining EiE in August 2014 Michael was working as a mentor with Youth at Risk. During this he completed a Masters in Social Health and Counselling, with a research focus on offenders’ views of Restorative Justice. He specialises in Stress and Anger Management, trauma, anxiety and depression and has an interest in behavioural strategies for managing mental health concerns.


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Kellie

is a counsellor and presenter and has worked with EiE since October 2012. Prior to joining the team she worked with Lifeline as a Crisis Telephone Counsellor for 10 years. During this time Kellie obtained her Diploma in Counselling, with a Major in abuse, abuse trauma and relationship counselling. She is a member of the Australian Counselling Association and is currently working on her Bachelor in Counselling, which she expects to complete in 2018. Not only does Kellie enjoy working collaboratively and supporting people of all ages, she also enjoys presenting our monthly Stress & Anger Management Workshop.


Hayley

is an art therapist, counsellor, teacher, group program facilitator, artist and has worked at EiE since June 2013. She works closely with clients inclusive of adults, children, teenagers and people with disabilities. Hayley’s speciality areas include arts therapy, grief & loss, anxiety, trauma, depression, domestic violence, stress and anger management, and mindfulness.


 

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