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Book a Six Session Package & Save $219.

We recognise that therapy is an investment. For a limited time we’re offering clients a Six Session Package for only $499 to help you get started. You’ve already invested a lot of time, money and energy into your education, career and home. A commitment to think and behave more effectively will now positively and profoundly impact your current and future relationships, your work, health, and even your finances. Let’s get started.

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Want more from your therapy sessions?

Follow our session tips below to get the most from every session and you’ll be amazed at what you can achieve. Regardless of whether you choose to work with us, or with someone else, you can feel proud in taking your first step towards practicing self-awareness and new, more effective thoughts and behaviours. 

1.Set yourself a specific goal.

Think about why you’re coming to therapy. Specific goals help you track your progress and stay motivated. This may include feeling happier, letting go of toxic relationships or being more outgoing or assertive. Goals help you decide what’s working and what’s not. The five most common goals in therapy include, seeking behavioural change, improving your ability to establish and maintain relationships, enhancing your ability to cope, improving your decision-making process and potential and personal development.

2. Bring all the different parts of your personality to the session

There are many different parts to your personality. Part of you might feel frightened and vulnerable and in need of a cry, another part might be filled with anger or hate. It’s important to let your feelings and thoughts flow freely, but it’s also important to slow down and reflect on what those thoughts and feelings tell you. Notice which parts of yourself you hide or suppress and discuss them during sessions. You’ll discover why you feel you need to deny this part of you, and what it may have to offer you if it could be included mindfully.

3. Keep the focus on you.

It feels great to let off some steam and talk about how others have been unfair or just plain wrong.  A little venting can go a long way but eventually you’ll need to consider what you can do differently during these difficult situations. If it’s difficult to make changes within yourself, it’s nearly impossible to change others. Taking responsibility for the behaviour that’s within your control is the first step to real change. When you focus yourself, you’ll discover all the resources you need to make the changes you want in life, and feel more empowered to make them. Your progress will be slow if you spend your sessions blaming other people for how things turned out.

4. Use therapy to identify patterns.

Therapy is most effective when we connect the dots between events and understand how our personalities and our responses affect our well-being. Search for a deeper understanding of how you operate in different circumstances and it will serve you once you stop attending sessions to navigate the world on your own. We’ll help you recognise themes and patterns that underlie the events you discuss in session, but you don’t need to wait for your therapist to do this.

5. Be honest.

It can be difficult to discuss personal information, but the goal in therapy is to break negative patterns and self-talk that no longer serve us in a positive way. The process of being honest in therapy has more to do with learning about how to be honest with yourself. When you openly convey your thoughts and fears it becomes a shared experience helping you to feel less alone. Honesty promotes healing and you begin to feel healthier when you are honest with yourself and others.