Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology
Postgraduate Certificate in Psychological Practice
Bachelor of Arts
Benjamin Ebert is a client-centred psychologist with over 15 years’ counselling experience. He has a substantial background in private practice, and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioners’ Regulation Agency. Benjamin specialises in providing effective therapeutic counselling to individual adults.
Benjamin is supportive and engaging: he is committed to providing a safe environment for clients to explore their concerns, fears and hopes. He helps his clients address their issues via practical strategies, such as: problem-solving, shifting perspectives, and effectively managing distressing emotions. For profound, long-term improvement in psychological wellbeing, Ben assists his clients to free themselves from unwanted patterns of thinking and behaviour. By addressing the impact early life experiences have on relationships (both personal and professional), Ben also helps his clients to resolve interpersonal issues and move into more satisfying, meaningful connections.
Ben tailors counselling sessions to each client’s unique set of circumstances. He also specialises in working with LGBT+ individuals. He draws on a number of evidence-based modalities in his practice, all geared towards helping his clients resolve their concerns. These therapeutic approaches include Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy, and Schema Therapy. Ben is dedicated to supporting his clients to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Benjamin Ebert has appointments available in the following location: Lane Cove
To make an appointment or enquiry, please call
Monday to Friday 8am – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am – 5:30pm
Convenient appointments with rebates available
Our counsellors and psychologists are available for day, evening and weekend appointments.
Appointments generally available within 48 hours.
Rebates are available
Rebates are available
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