At JEA Psychotherapy & Counselling (JEAPC), we work with clients across a broad range of mental health issues. We offer individual and couple/family psychotherapy and counselling, treating a wide range of issues that clients may be experiencing. These include but not limited to trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, eating disorders, addictions, identity, sexuality, grief and loss, and stress management, relationship issues and domestic violence, family/parenting issues and life transitions.
Types of Services
- Individual Counselling & Psychotherapy
- Couples & Blended Couples Counselling
- Premarital & Relationship Counselling
- Family/Marriage Counselling
- Re-marriage Counselling
- Loss of/End of Relationship
- Life Coaching
- Domestic/Family Violence
Psychotherapy & Counselling
Psychotherapy and counselling could encompass intervening with existing problems, immediate crises, long-term difficulties or existential questions. For example, ‘What is the purpose of my life?’. The period of work (short-term or long-term) depends on the nature of the circumstance.
Although counselling and psychotherapy overlap extensively, there are also known differences. While the work between counsellors, psychotherapists and their clients may be of considerable depth; the focus of counselling is more specific problems oriented, changes in life adjustments and fostering individual wellbeing and maybe short-term but not always. Psychotherapists are often trained in various modalities of therapeutic work and consider overall patterns, trauma or recurrent feelings. Psychotherapy requires openness to exploring the past to resolve underlying issues.
Professional psychotherapy and counselling are explicitly contracted and require in-depth training to utilise a range of therapeutic interventions and should be differentiated from the use of counselling skills by other professionals.
List of issues we treat:
- Anger Management
- Depression and other mood disorders
- Eating Disorders
- Mental health issues
- Obsessive-compulsive disorders
- Sexual Confusion – making sense of your sexuality
- Therapeutic Supports – NDIS