Master of Couple & Family Therapy
Bachelor of Science (Psychology Honours)
Gaby Trijbetz is an insightful and compassionate psychologist with over 25 years’ professional counselling experience. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and has a substantial background working in private practice. Gaby specialises in helping people who are feeling down, anxious, confused or worried about some part of their lives. She supports adults, couples and families with effective therapeutic counselling.
Gaby is supportive and empathic. She is strongly committed to providing a safe, respectful space for her clients to freely discuss their concerns. Gaby helps her clients to gain genuine insight about themselves and the most effective ways to manage life’s challenges. Using a variety of skills and tools, Gaby collaborates with her clients to make sense of the connections between the past and present, and how these patterns may affect future goals. Counselling with Gaby is a valuable opportunity to understand challenges, identify limiting beliefs, draw on strengths and discover new ways of responding to familiar situations. These profound changes in thinking, feeling and behaviour can create positive lasting change in personal relationships and everyday life.
Gaby works from a strengths-based, client-centred counselling approach. Therapeutic techniques that Gaby uses in her sessions include Imago Couples Therapy, Systemic Family Therapy, Bowen Family Systems Theory, the Emotional Freedom Technique, and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. Gaby is particularly skilled at supporting couples who are struggling to communicate effectively and connect as deeply as they have in the past. She also works with couples and families in transition, including those contemplating separation, co-parents, blended and step families. She is dedicated to helping all of her clients overcome life’s challenges, and achieve their personal goals.
Gaby Trijbetz has appointments available in the following location: Bondi Junction
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