Bachelor of Human Services (Major in Counselling)
Member of the ACA
Geertje (Gee) is a wonderful counsellor who is passionate about working with her clients to help them develop a deeper understanding of any problems and help find solutions to their challenges. She is a member of the Australian Counselling Association and has extensive experience in working with all ages across a full range of issues, and has a special interest in relationships, parenting, children, anger management and anxiety.
Gee’s genuine and empathic approach to counselling creates a safe environment for change. By working together with her clients at their pace, Gee focuses on practical and effective ways to encourage positive outcomes from difficulties which may be stopping her clients from leading a balanced life. By tailoring each session to the individual needs of her clients, Gee’s sincere and non-judgemental style puts clients at ease. This gives the client the opportunity to examine their concerns from a non-biased angle. Through empowering her clients and implementing practical solutions and strategies, Gee can help pave the way to genuine change and help clients to achieve a sustainable emotional and mental balance.
Each session with Gee is underpinned by her mantra of “walking beside you”. This client-centred approach allows the client to take charge of their own journey. A positive environment empowers the client and helps them to believe that change is possible and can also be sustained. In order to achieve this, Gee applies evidence-based therapies such as: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution-Focused (Brief) Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy and for working with children uses Play and Art Therapy. Allowing Gee to walk with you through your journey is stepping towards growth, healing and positive change. So, may Geertje walk beside you for a little while?
Geertje Parrott has appointments available in the following location: Middle Park
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