Master of Counselling
Graduate Diploma in Psychology
Member of ACA
Bronwyn is warm, skilful and practiced counsellor with many years of professional experience supporting and coaching clients through a diverse range of life’s challenges. A member of the Australian Counselling Association, Bronwyn has worked with adolescents, adults and couples across a variety of different settings.
Bronwyn is a calm, compassionate and insightful therapist. She is a passionate advocate for authentic, open and respectful collaborative relationships between client and therapist, believing it is the first step in empowering positive personal change and reduced emotional suffering. She values the restorative nature of counselling as an opportunity to reflect on values, goals and expectations and to promote self-awareness and personal growth. Bronwyn’s empathic, warm nature is the cornerstone of her therapeutic approach. Providing a non-judgemental, safe space for clients to ‘tell their story,’ Bronwyn supports her clients to discover the source of their concerns and guides them towards goal-orientated solutions for positive, sustainable change. Recognising the intricate nature of the relationships we have with ourselves and others, Bronwyn works with clients to uncover and explore barriers, reasons and potential roadblocks to positive change. In doing so, she helps clients discover strategies to increase and sustain self-awareness, personal belief and resilience.
Bronwyn incorporates a systemic approach to counselling by working with her clients to understand all aspects of their situation over time and across all parts of their life. She integrates a variety of therapeutic modalities and has training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Gottman Therapy. She also draws on aspects of Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Bronwyn O'Callaghan has appointments available in the following location: Goodwood
Recent articles by our counsellors
Couples are often confused and mystified as to how they have arrived at a place where their relationship is no longer is a safe haven, where they find love, acceptance and support. In many cases, the…
Our bodies contain lots of energies. For example physical energy and psychological energy. Our psychological energy has two main components: affective energy and mental energy. Affective energy is comprised of emotions, mood, temperament and emotional…