Supervisors

Location Photo First Name Last Name Bio Phone Number
Ringwood North Dorothy Dullege Dorothy Dullege is a fully registered member with the Australian Counselling Association and ACA College of Supervisors and works out of consulting rooms located in Ringwood North. With a special interest in Sandplay Therapy, Relationship and Family Counselling, and Bereavement Counselling & Intervention, Dorothy offers face to face, phone, Skype, and group supervision sessions. 0433246848
Glen Waverly Robert Mc Inness Specialising in anger management and couple counselling his knowledge come from treating clients through mandated intervention orders through the criminal and family court system and has done intensive training in Drug and Alcohol.Robert is the designer of Cognitive Principle Therapy, this therapy is based on improving principles rather than behaviour. This training course is recognised by ACA for more information of dates for training or supervision . check website www.cognitiveprinciplesmatrix.com.au 0408579312
Kingsgrove New Lyndall Briggs Lyndall Briggs is an Honorary member of ACA since 2002, is a member of the board of AHA and ACA also licenced to deliver the RISE UP Supervision Training. She is a qualified Hypnotherapist, Counsellor. She is also in private practise running her own clinic, the Kingsgrove Hypnotherapy & Counselling Centre in Sydney for almost 21 years. Lyndall has also managed to record over 50 very reasonably priced MP3’s audio tracks available on her website http://mentalmassages.com Call (02) 9024-5182 to make an appointment and download your Free copy of Lyndall’s Introduction to Relaxation MP3 at http://mentalmassages.com/free-relaxation-download/ 0402223350
Albury Yvonne Aldred .Yvonne Aldred is a Board Member of Counsellors Victoria (CV). Yvonne has over a decade of experience as an Educator, Trainer, Counsellor and Supervisor. Her varied wealth of experience is complemented by her extensive theoretical background. Yvonne has written and developed several innovative programs that she has presented in professional forums's such as; Australian Childhood Foundation Conference, Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare, Counsellors Victoria and many other training events. Her specialisations include; Neurobiology, Trauma, suicide and domestic violence. 0439820945
Nth Carlton Brian Whiter My work in the field of mental health stems from hospital and community-based settings, to working with client’s on a longer term basis in private counselling sessions. I have extensive experience in Occupational and Vocational Rehabilitation and have maintained a private counselling practice since 2004. My approach is informed by existential philosophy, psychodynamic theory and processes of inquiry and influences from Gestalt theory. I am particularly interested in the lived experience of an individual and work from a phenomenological perspective. Essentially, this explores how a person is living their lives, the distress that is present, the meaning this has for them, and the meaning they are searching for. I have a keen interest in Eastern philosophy, particularly Yoga and Buddhism. My areas of interest are in individual counselling, couples counselling and long-term counselling, the latter becoming particularly relevant for those with entrenched anxiety disorders, mood disorders and personality disorders. 0411 308 078

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