Master of Creative Arts
Diploma of Counselling
Imago Relationship Therapy – Clinical Skills I & II
Certificate of Private Subconscious Therapy
Janice Graham, is an insightful counsellor, bringing 16 years of professional work and a lifetime of personal experience to her counselling practice. Janice is a member of the Australian Counselling Association. She has spent time as a youth worker while also maintaining her private practice. Janice has had specific experience with relationship counselling; however, her clients also include individuals ranging from adolescents through to adults. She is skilled and able to provide high quality counselling that is tailored to your individual needs.
Janice employs a range of contemporary therapies which are moulded to meet her client’s individual needs. This includes; Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Person-Centred Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Genograms, Narrative Therapy and more. Furthermore when working with couples Jan uses Imago Therapy. She is also a skilled Private Subconscious-mind Therapist.
Janice is warm, empathetic, non-judgemental and honest. She practises a collaborative style of counselling and is skilled at creating the relaxed, secure, focused environment with her clients that is essential for therapeutic work. Coming from a creative background, Janice is adept at following threads, noticing signals and making connections. She is focused in supporting her clients through confusion and conflict to clarity and change. The purpose-built counselling rooms that Janice works from are light and airy offering the optimum in privacy and accessibility. Janice has a deep continuous interest in people: their relationships, experiences, struggles, recurring patterns and conflicts. She delights in witnessing the process of change in her clients and giving the engaged attention, tools and time needed for this to occur.
Janice Graham has appointments available in the following location: Manunda - Cairns
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