Masters in Counselling Psychology
Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology
Level 3 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Sharon O’Dwyer is a highly skilled Counselling Psychologist and clinical supervisor, with over 25 years experience. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society. Sharon is a senior clinician that works with adults as both individuals and couples to help them understand and work through personal, work related and relationship issues.
Sharon’s professional, genuine, and compassionate nature provides clients a safe space to share and work towards overcoming their concerns. Sharon provides counselling for a range of issues such as grief, trauma, general anxiety and depression. Sharon believes unhelpful thought processes or behaviour patterns can lead to depression or anxiety, leaving people feeling stuck. Sharon looks to discover every client’s unique strength and potential to unlock positive change. Whether clients are needing guidance in communication as a couple or dealing with loss, Sharon is passionate about the support she provides. Sharon’s clients appreciate having fresh understandings and evidence based strategies to help them move through a difficult time. Sharon is extensively trained and experienced at helping people find a pathway through these events.
Sharon’s appraoch helps people uncover what factors are preventing them from moving forward and unpacking their personal experiences. Sharon’s approach is to offer new perspectives and break down your issues into manageable ones. Sharon uses a range of professional tools and techniques to assist you, including formal methodologies. These include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Gottman relationship therapy, Mindfulness, and specialist trauma recovery techniques. Sharon focuses on reviewing and evaluating alongside you, so you can find pathways through your issues that work for you.
Sharon O'Dwyer has appointments available in the following location: Melbourne CBD
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