Bachelor of Counselling
Member of ACA
Emma is a competent and experienced counsellor who is committed to helping couples, individuals, and families. Emma is a registered member of the Australian Counselling Association and a trained facilitator.
Emma provides her clients of all ages with a safe and secure space that encourages clients to address personal problems in a positive way by helping them to explore options, develop strategies and increase self awareness. Her collaboration with her client’s helps them to move through barriers to creating change as well as clarify, identify and pursue goals, exploring what it means to live their best possible life.
Through life experience and training Emma is enabled to offer her clients a fully integrated approach to psychological and emotional well-being that focuses on the psychosocial and personal development of the individual throughout their lifespan. She is a proponent of Person Centred, Attachment, Acceptance and Commitment (ACT) therapy modalities with a strong emphasis on strength based approaches. This style of therapy emphasises the positive thinking patterns and circumstances in a person’s life rather than the negative. It helps to determine what works for each client by seeing people for who they are as individuals, not who they are by nature of their diagnosis
Emma’s understanding of the challenges of many of her clients, brings with it an implicit sensitivity to the needs of those she works with making her an empathic, solutions driven, practical counsellor. She is committed to assisting each individual build on their existing strengths to live full and satisfying lives whether that be in relationship with themselves or others.
Emma McLarty has appointments available in the following location: Cottesloe
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