Bachelor of Counselling
Diploma of Counselling
Diploma of Community Services
Level 3 ACA Member
Elsa is a genuine counsellor with extensive training and many years of experience. She provides counselling to young adults, adolescents, couples and families. Elsa is a member of the Australian Counselling Association. Her passion lies in supporting clients to overcome life stressors, which includes life transitions, difficult relationships and past or present trauma.
Elsa’s empathic and wholehearted attitude supports clients in feeling safe to address their life challenges in a confidential environment. She works to recognise clients’ emotions, so they feel heard and validated whilst having the ability to be transparent. Clients can then learn more about themselves and the causes of their current situations. Elsa believes this helps clients understand their natural capabilities and develop effective ways to communicate. Through this process, clients can be empowered to heal emotional wounds, control negative thoughts and learn new beliefs about themselves and others. Elsa’s commitment is to accompany her clients throughout their journey, work collaboratively and achieve positive results. Elsa believes that the client and counsellor relationship developed in the counselling process can assist in regulating emotions, gain greater insights, confidence and the ability to view things from a different perspective. This lets the client begin to create a new story, set goals and be motivated to achieve them.
Elsa uses evidence-based approaches that promote strength, create balance and reduce stress. These approaches include Person-Centred Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Self-compassion, Mindfulness, trauma-informed, Psychoeducation and Spiritual guidance. Every client is unique and Elsa supports each person according to their individual needs.
Elsa Anzora has appointments available in the following location: Wollongong
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