Masters of Social Work
Graduate Diploma of Counselling
Member of ACA
Rachael’s extensive professional experience as counsellor working with complex and diverse client needs ensures her clients leave conversations feeling genuinely heard, practically supported and better equipped with proven, evidenced-based strategies to navigate their world and make positive change.
Rachael has a unique ability to create a safe environment, so her clients quickly feel at ease. In a world that is constantly uncertain and when life is challenging, you will be greeted with genuineness, compassion, a non-judgemental conversation and where you’ll have the opportunity to explore feelings, facts, experiences and practical strategies for moving forward.
She brings her experience, compassion, knowledge and insight to clients who are dealing with a range of concerns and significant life transitions, including deterioration in health status, grief and loss, palliative care, relationships and families. Rachael has also worked extensively with people who have experienced an acquired brain injury, and the families/friends that support them.
Rachael believes in the uniqueness and potential of every person she supports. She understands that the conversations she has with clients is just the beginning and applies her extensive knowledge and experience to work collaboratively with each individual as they develop a toolbox of strategies and skills to enhance and positively impact their lives. She uses a range of solution-focused, motivational interviewing and client-centred therapies to make the changes to achieve the life they desire.
Rachael Sullivan has appointments available in the following location: Brighton
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