Counselling Wagga Wagga

We offer counselling, CBT, EMDR, PTSD debriefing, trauma counselling,  psychological intervention and life coaching/mentoring.  We focus on issues such as relationships, family conflict, eating disorders, work stress, grief and loss, relationship conflicts, anxiety and depression.

Online video counselling, EMDR, therapy etc. sessions are available using video and audio software such as Skype, Facetime, WhatsApp. Contact us for details.

However, if you require a crisis service immediately then please contact Life Line on 13 11 14.

Appointments available

We have counselling appointments available weekdays and evenings and Medicare rebates are available (conditions apply)with those who have a mental health plan from their GP. Counselling Wagga Wagga is a Registered Provider with the NDIS, administered by the Australian government agency NDIA.

New Clients

We are accepting new clients who are approved by the NDIS scheme as Dr Stephanie Johnson is a registered provider of NDIS. She is accepting clients who have diagnosis of Autism, ADHD, developmental delay and behavioural issues.

Contact Us

We focus on solutions not problems, ring  0402371448 today for your appointment. Dr. Stephanie Johnson looks forward to seeing you.

Please note we require payment in advance of your appointment and a cancellation fee may apply if is less than 24 hours notice is given. See our cancellation policy for details.

Solution focused counselling

The primary benefit of solution focused counselling is that the client discovers the solutions to the problems. This may result in the reduction in the symptoms of depression, stress and anxiety meaning that interpersonal relationships may improve. Another clear benefit of solution focused counselling is that the client and the counsellor can quickly identify goals at the start of the therapy. This means that both the client and counsellor will be able to measure the success of the therapy meaning they can both identify when further counselling is no longer needed.

Instead of highlighting people’s perceived weaknesses, the intention is to highlight their virtues. This counselling approach is quite different from earlier counselling approaches that focused on identifying any problems the client was now experiencing before attempting to explain how they came to be.

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