Bachelor of Social Work.
Accredited Mental Health Social Worker
Kevin has extensive professional experience working as a counsellor across a broad range of issues. He has worked in many sectors, including private, government, non-profit, health, forensic and community practice. A core component of his work has also involved the supervision of other counsellors. He has worked extensively with culturally and linguistically diverse groups here in Australia and overseas. For approximately two decades, he has effectively worked with a diverse range of individuals and families to resolve complex psycho-social issues and associated mental health problems due to family distress, unemployment, disability, poverty, trauma, loss and grief.
Kevin’s grounded and practical approach has helped his clients develop effective strategies to address their concerns. He feels privileged to offer counselling as an empowering opportunity to explore an area of concern in life and seek insight into underlying issues and impacts. Kevin’s clients create the conditions that make the changes they want possible. In this way, each counselling session can develop into a long lasting, positive and uplifting experience. Kevin is committed to helping his clients find new ways to manage life’s challenges, with a focus on health and wellbeing.
Each session with Kevin is tailored to meet the clients’ personal therapeutic needs. Kevin incorporates many contemporary models of counselling into his practice, including: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Process-Oriented Therapy, Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused Therapy.
Kevin Hillebrand has appointments available in the following location: Ipswich
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