Adam has a broad range of experience including working with children, adolescents and their families. Adam can also help clients of all ages with a range of issues including parenting and behaviour management, trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, social skills, adjustment issues, attachment issues, and low self-esteem. When working with clients Adam draws from a broad range of interventions to tailor a treatment plan to the clients specific strengths and needs. These interventions include, but are not limited to: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Strengths based and Narrative therapies, Family therapies, Expressive therapies, Mindfulness strategies, and Psychoeducational approaches.

Men and their Mental Health

Men and their Mental Health Men can be known for bottling things up. They frequently have thoughts such as “ I don’t want to bother others” or “its not anyone else’s business”.  The problem is that these thoughts are significantly contributing to Australia’s increasing rate of Mental Health issues in men (ASHW, 2012). Research has…

Leaving work at work

Leaving work at work . Even for those of us that love our job, work can be stressful.  With deadlines, meetings, KPIs and targets, it can seem to be all consuming and at times overwhelming.  And let’s face it, as much as we love them, family can be really stressful as well, with homework and…

Dealing with Adult Bullies

Dealing with Adult Bullies   When we talk about bullying, we think of school yard scenarios involving children.  It is important, however, to consider the impact bullying can have in the context of adult interactions.  The outcomes of the bullying can be equally as severe for adults as it can for children, including feelings of…

Parenting: STOP beating yourself up!

Following our last blog topic, I feel it is important to consider how “parenting” and our own expectations of parenting, can impact on our children’s behavior. As a parent myself who has worked therapeutically with children and parents over the past 8 years I have come to find the hardest thing to first overcome is…