Master of Health Science (Sexual Health)
Bachelor of Social Science
Advanced Diploma of Applied Social Science
Raelene Stokes is a highly trained and accomplished counsellor with over 21 years of experience. She is a member of the Australian Counselling Association and Australian Society of Sex Educators, Researchers and Therapists (NSW). She provides supervision of other counsellors and therapists in clinical practice and has run training workshops for health professionals and the public since 2005. Raelene has a substantial background working in the private sector and in non-profit organisations in the health sector. Raelene provides effective therapeutic support across a diverse range of issues for adolescents and adults, both individuals and couples.
Raelene’s warm, personable and non-judgemental approach provides her clients with a safe, inclusive and comfortable atmosphere in which to discuss their concerns and issues. She is very passionate about providing counselling that encourages and empowers her clients to make long lasting positive changes. Raelene takes on a holistic approach with her clients incorporating mental, emotional and physical wellbeing. She is very empathic and understanding towards her client’s needs when exploring and developing insight of themselves. This is achieved through understanding and knowledge of their thoughts, behaviours and emotions that influence them individually and as a couple.
Raelene is dedicated to assisting individuals and couples develop effective communication skills and tools required to have a deeply fulfilling nurturing personal life, marriage or intimate relationship. She has over 16 years’ experience as a sex therapist. Raelene draws upon a range of evidence-based approaches including: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Conflict Resolution, Narrative Therapy and Emotional Focused Therapy.
Raelene Stokes has appointments available in the following location: Menora
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