Julie is a psychotherapist trained in couples therapy, family therapy, psychodynamic approaches, interpersonal therapy and group therapy.
Julie has a particular interest in helping people of all ages who are working through difficult relationships in their lives. Much of her work is with couples, but she also works with individuals interested in the relationship they have with themselves and others and with families.
Areas of special interest:
Couples therapy (including same-sex couples)
Career and workplace difficulties
Depression and anxiety
Grief and loss
Cancer/ Chronic illness support
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
Julie’s approach is collaborative and deeply respectful of individual circumstances. Couples can expect a balanced and professional approach tailored to their specific relationship challenges, drawing on emotion-focussed couples therapy approaches.
Julie is married with three teenage children. She has previously worked in senior corporate positions for twenty years and understands the challenges of workplace relationships. She also appreciates the value of mindfulness practices to reduce stress and anxiety. Julie works on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Cottesloe Counselling Centre and has after-hours appointments on Tuesday evenings and some Thursday evenings.
Tune up and Tune In – would your relationship benefit from a tune up?
Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA). Provisional Member, Yoga Australia.