Avi Har Paz
Bachelor of Professional Counselling
Diploma of Psychotherapy
Member with ACA
Avi is an experienced and highly competent counsellor who is dedicated to helping adolescents, adults, and couples. Avi supports clients with a wide range of challenges and concerns and has a particular passion for relationship counselling. He works from an integrated theoretical framework while keeping the therapeutic relationship central and is a registered practitioner with the Australian Counselling Association.
Avi provides a warm, safe, non-judgmental environment where he collaborates with clients to find the voice and strength of their authentic self. Clients are guided and supported to gain positive insights into their personality and perspectives and to explore their relationship with their own self as well as with others. Avi helps them understand and apply self-compassion and experience healing, personal growth, and improved relationships. He aims to focus on gaining an understanding of your insight into the issues you are facing, not merely on the surface but the core. Avi works collaboratively with clients find the tools and new perspectives to create the lasting change wanted.
Avi believes counselling examines the situation from two different perspectives – on one side we bring changes to the present moment by engaging in simple practices that improve the current situation; on the other side, we go deeper into where old and ongoing problems are negatively affecting the quality of your life, and we bring healing and positive outcomes to those areas. He aims to bring about greater awareness, ease and positive outcomes to client’s current situations. With compassion, professionalism, and years of experience, Avi is looking forward to helping you in gaining greater well-being, peace, connection, health, and happiness.
Avi Har Paz has appointments available in the following location: Hamilton Hill
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