Master of Counselling
Graduate Diploma in Family Dispute Resolution
Bachelor of Social Science
Jay Ellul is an insightful and empathetic counsellor with over 20 years of counselling experience. She is an accredited counsellor and clinical supervisor with the Australian Counselling Association. Jay has run a successful private practice for over 5 years, with many client testimonies supporting the effectiveness of her approach. Jay has also gained a wealth of experience from working in a variety of organisations in the domestic violence sector, in the mediation space, with clients experiencing unplanned pregnancies, with children and adults who have experienced sexual assault and in working with clients and families with a complex trauma background.
Jay has experience of working with a diverse range of clients including children, young people, individuals, families and couples and is strongly committed to helping her clients to create the change they desire within themselves and their relationships.
Jay works from a strengths-based, trauma informed, solution-focused framework with a lens sharply focused on helping clients to achieve their very best through gentle, collaborative exploration. Jay will provide feedback and psycho-education when appropriate in order that clients leave counselling equipped with practical, personalised strategies to help overcome life’s challenges. She is passionate about alleviating her client’s struggles and restoring hope by boosting confidence and building resilience.
Jay Ellul has appointments available in the following location: Manly West
Areas of Practice
To make an appointment or enquiry, please call
Monday to Friday 8am – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday 9am – 5:30pm
Convenient appointments with rebates available
Our counsellors and psychologists are available for day, evening and weekend appointments.
Appointments generally available within 48 hours.
Rebates are available
Rebates are available
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