Counselling at Home
Depression is a unique experience for everyone who struggles with it.
In some ways, the term depression has lost a lot of its meaning as it is often applied as a ‘catch-all’ term for what can be very different experiences.
When what you’re feeling or experiencing is limited to a single word, the risk is that a lot of the stuff that is unique to you – the issues but also the solutions – can get ignored.
CounsellingAtHome.com is focused on your own individual experience with depression, and what this has meant for your life.
All our counsellors are trained in working with people struggling with depression, and our unique model of depression counselling is aimed at helping you find your individual strengths, skills and solutions that can help you to move forward.
Professional Counsellor & Adult Educator
Alex has a diverse work/life history that has included military service, education and training, business consulting and counselling.
Gamze is passionate about hearing people’s stories of resilience and strength in the face of struggle, and she invites people to use these as resources and tools that will bring them closer to their hopes for the future.
Jay Ellul has been counselling for over fifteen years in Australia and the UK, and her goal is to help people express themselves and heal in a safe, supportive, accepting and nurturing environment.
Paul approaches all his work from a position of collaborative practice and is passionate about the positive capacities of people.
Upasana’s aim is to help people better understand, trust and make peace with themselves in a way that feels authentic and sustainable.Anyone who has ever struggled with anxiety or panic attacks would agree that it can really take over your life.Depression is a unique experience for everyone who struggles with it. Find out how CounsellingAtHome.com can help.Grief and Loss counselling is helpful for the many types of big changes that inevitably come along in our lives.Counselling doesn't have to be about big issues - the best work you can do is on your own personal development now.The main reason people come to see a counsellor is because of issues in their relationships.When we aren't able to express ourselves and make change happen in our lives, stress and anger can start to dominate.