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Adam is a highly trained and experienced trauma-informed person-centered counsellor. With 15 years of experience as a front-line police officer, Adam has a unique understanding of the experiences and challenges faced by individuals and their families who have experienced trauma in their line of duty and the challenges they face adjusting to day-to-day life. Additionally, Adam holds a Graduate Diploma in Counselling (Western Sydney University) and is completing his Master of Psychotherapy and Counselling. Adam is a registered Practicing Counsellor with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) reg no. 28933. Adam specializes in working with individuals who have experienced trauma, including first responders, veterans, and individuals who have experienced physical, and sexual abuse, anxiety, depression, and PST. Adam's approach is based on treating each individual with respect, empathy, and unconditional positive regard. He encourages the clients to explore their feelings and thoughts in a non-judgmental and safe environment and adopts a holistic approach that addresses the mind, body, and spirit. He works with clients to help them understand their reactions to traumatic events and learn coping skills.
The privilege of meeting people at whatever point they are in their lives, and working collaboratively to achieve healing and happiness. 'Happiness is not a destination, it's a direction.'
Understanding the importance of priorities our own mental health, and the barriers to doing so.
I am a Certified Practicing Counsellor (CPC) with PACFA reg no 28933 (relates), I also have a unique understanding of trauma and PTS from my 15 years of services in emergency services. There are several benefits of choosing a CPC with PACFA,
Professional standards: PACFA sets strict ethical and professional standards for its members, ensuring that clients receive safe and effective treatment.
Expertise: PACFA counsellors have completed extensive training and have demonstrated competency in their field, providing clients with a higher level of expertise and knowledge.
Ongoing education: PACFA requires its members to engage in ongoing professional development, which helps them stay up-to-date with the latest techniques and approaches in counselling.
Accountability: PACFA has a complaints and discipline process in place, ensuring that clients receive a high standard of care and have recourse if they are not satisfied with their counsellor's services.
In short, choosing a PACFA-accredited counsellor provides clients with greater confidence and assurance that they are receiving high-quality, evidence-based care from a professional who is held to rigorous standards.
Yes, sessions can be provided via telehealth such as Zoom or telephone sessions.
Moving towards providing sessions via telehealth.