If you’re making up your mind if I can help, you might want to know more about me.
My initial career path was in business. However, despite a successful career there, I decided that what I really wanted to do was to help people with their difficulties. I retrained as a psychotherapist, and have been practicing in that field ever since.
I am married, with a daughter and two grandchildren.
I have received clinical qualifications in psychotherapy, with postgraduate qualifications in counselling. I am a clinical member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia; I’m also a clinical member (and past treasurer) of my professional association.
In addition to my clinical work, I have run groups both here and interstate and delivered conference presentations. I also currently lecture undergraduate degree students in counselling at Jensen Newman Institute. I have counselled clients online interstate and internationally. Lastly, I also deliver general Employee Assistance Program counselling for Australian corporations.
Why choose me
I have substantial experience in helping people just like you. People find it easy to talk to me about their pornography problems, and find that they receive a warm and open reception to talk about these difficulties. For most men, they feel bad enough about having these problems – the last thing they need is someone else judging them and criticising them for something that they are struggling with.
Working with men on these difficulties, I have built up a wealth of experience about why men use pornography, and why they find it so difficult to stop. Through my clinical work and my research, I have developed a number of techniques that men have found useful in getting on top of their problems with pornography.
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