" And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom"  Anais Nin



Every minute on any given day someone feels inadequate, argues with a loved one, walks out of a relationship, behaves aggressively, or feels like giving up. Different people strive for personal growth or manage life challenges in different ways. Some people can read a self-help book on their own without any other therapy, while others will invest in psycho-educational workshops to provide the mental tune-up needed to motivate and empower them to act.


However, for many others, one-on-one counselling provides the personalised help and support needed to make lasting change. Whether you are an individual or a couple in distress, counselling can help you create more loving relationships, change negative thinking patterns, become more assertive, achieve goals, and most importantly, help guide you towards a full and meaningful life.   


I very much look forward to supporting you to become more ...


Dr Sharon Horne

BSc, B.Psych (Hons) Ph.D. MAPS

Psychologist

 


NB:   NOW ALSO OFFERING ONLINE PSYCHOLOGICAL

          SUPPORT


Online video counselling (face-to-face Skype video conference) allows access to all:  Whether city, regional or rural, clients can obtain psychological support with me from their own homes. Video conference offers a discrete method of counselling with greater accessibility and convenience.

 

 




 

All contact is strictly confidential and subject to the Australian Psychological Society's Code of Ethics.