|5 Ballarat Street
Hi, my name is David. I'm a counsellor in Ellerslie - Auckland.
I believe the effects of unhealthy environments and unsatisfying relationships, both in the past and the present, are what make life hard, rather than there being anything ‘wrong’ with people.
I can help when life is hard, whether you feel depressed, anxious, have relationship difficulties, feel trapped, confused or just need support in a difficult time.
I offer psychotherapy that is both in-depth and practical, aimed at providing lasting change. I work collaboratively with my clients in a non-judgemental way to gain insights and process old pains to bring about new ways of feeling and being.
It is my goal to create a supportive, caring and understanding environment for my client, so together we can explore what they need, at their own pace, enabling them to find compassion and understanding for themselves.
I am trained and effective in Transactional Analysis, Integrative Psychotherapy and general counselling.
I have a Diploma in Professional Counselling, am a provisional member on NZAC, and a member of ITAA ( International Transactional Analysis Association).
Please contact me to make an appointment, or ask any questions.
I specialise in dealing with depression, anxiety, anger, workplace stress, developmental or childhood trauma and relationship issues.
Areas of counselling I can help with
- ✓ Abuse
- ✓ Addiction
- ✓ Anger management
- ✓ Anxiety
- ✓ Being a perfectionist
- ✓ Being assertive
- ✓ Bereavement, grief, loss
- ✓ Burnout
- ✓ Self confidence
- ✓ Depression
- ✓ Eating disorders
- ✓ Fear
- ✓ Feeling lonely
- ✓ Insecurity
- ✓ Jealousy
- ✓ Low self esteem
- ✓ Obsessive compulsive disorder
- ✓ Panic attack
- ✓ Post-traumatic stress disorder
- ✓ Relationship issues
- ✓ Sleep problems
- ✓ Social anxiety
- ✓ Stress
- ✓ Trauma
|Fees:||Individuals $120, Couples $130 per session. Discounts available for low income and long term clients.|
|Qualifications:||Diploma in Professional Counselling NZIP|
|Registrations and accreditations:||Provisional Member of the NZ Association of Counsellors (ProvMNZAC)|