Master of Social Work
Bachelor of Social Administration
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Jenny Richards is a compassionate, wise and skilled counsellor with over 25 years’ professional experience. She is a member of the AASW. Jenny’s counselling experience spans a range of health settings and private practice. Jenny greatly enjoys supervising and encouraging other counsellors and presenting at conferences. She loves her work, and is deeply committed to helping her clients to thrive. Jenny specialises in counselling individuals, couples and families.
Jenny’s natural conversational style creates a refreshing, friendly and warm atmosphere. She believes that life’s challenges can lead to growth in self-understanding, self-acceptance and enriched relationships. Clients often discover that earlier life experiences have affected their present circumstances. Jenny provides her clients with strategies that ensure that the past no longer defines their identity. Clients can speak freely with Jenny – her kind, practical guidance helps people to discover and harness their own unique strengths and find effective solutions to their concerns.
Jenny is perceptive and intelligent, working alongside her clients to overcome life’s difficulties by developing sustained life skills. She has a good sense of humour and provides clients with individualised, memorable handouts that crystallise the content of sessions. Jenny tailors her counselling approach for each client by drawing upon a range of evidence-based techniques, including: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Complex Trauma Therapy and Relationship-Based Couple Therapy.
Jenny Richards has appointments available in the following location: Hove
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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