Anxiety, Depression, Stress management, Relationship and interpersonal difficulties, Group facilitation and therapy, Clinical supervision, Education and training, Family relationship issues, childhood trauma, disrupted attachments, such as adoption and fostering, and grief.
Peta is an experienced and qualified Endorsed Counselling Psychologist who has been working in the Mental Health field for the past 23 years in various roles within the Public and Private Health Sector as well as other Government and Non-Government ...
Peta is an experienced and qualified Endorsed Counselling Psychologist who has been working in the Mental Health field for the past 23 years in various roles within the Public and Private Health Sector as well as other Government and Non-Government organisations. Peta is warm, empathic and committed to providing client-centred evidence based therapeutic support to all her clients and their families. She provides Counselling and Psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, life transitions, and trauma. With the last 12 years having a special interest and further training specifically in antenatal and postnatal anxiety and depression, grief and loss, trauma, perinatal, infant and paediatric mental health at St John of God Private and Public Hospitals Midland, St John of God Raphael Services Fremantle, and Ngala.
Peta has extensive experience in developing programs and providing psychotherapy across a diverse range of areas, including: perinatal counselling services, parent-child conflict, adolescents transitioning from departmental care, at risk youth, and adolescents and adults in the justice system. She works from an integrated framework of interventions inclusive of Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Emotion Focussed Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, and Attachment Focussed techniques Peta has over a decade of experience delivering group psychotherapy programs, has presented at conferences for group work facilitated at Ngala and Raphael Services, and has had outcomes of her facilitation of therapeutic group work programs at Ngala published.
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