Bachelor of Applied Social Science – Counselling
Member of ACA
Kerry is an experienced and skilled counsellor who has been supporting individuals, couples and families of varied ages through general, more complex, and diverse issues. Kerry has worked in a range of sectors including not for profit organisations, schools and private practice and is registered with the Australian Counselling Association.
Through Kerry’s expertise she offers therapeutic services to guide and support individuals to develop strategies and skills of self-care. Working from a gentle, client-centred approach, she works collaboratively with each individual to ensure the best outcomes are reached and all sessions are used to meet each person’s unique individual needs. Kerry knows that it takes a lot of courage to ask for help and she sees it as a privilege to be trusted to help.
Everyone comes to therapy with their own strengths and by using a range of evidence-based therapeutic models, tailored for each individual, Kerry helps to lead her clients to discover self-empowerment, skill development and improved wellbeing. No matter how hard things feel at the moment, nothing is all negative and from your first session to your last, Kerry guides and supports you to build stronger relationships and a more positive mindset approach, both individually and as a family.
With empathy and compassion, Kerry allows clients to work at their own unique pace to experience transition in a safe environment to lead to positive change. Kerry does this using a number of therapies including: Gestalt Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Gottman Method Couples Therapy and Prepare/Enrich Marriage Counselling.
Kerry Johnson has appointments available in the following location: Hallett Cove
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