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It is a weird old world we live now in thanks to Covid 19! It is now more important than ever, to make sure we are managing our mental health and exercising self-care to ensure we can best help ourselves and our loved ones.

 

Experiencing periods of stress, anxiety, anger, relationship problems, addictions and uncertainty are a completely normal part of being a human being. Especially in 2020! Most of the time we can handle the challenges that come our way on our own. But sometimes, we need a little extra help.

What we often need is a friendly, empathetic and non-judgmental person to talk things through with and help you find the solutions that already lie within. You are the expert on you after all! Often, a little nudge in the right direction can be all it takes. 

Issues that might be addressed include;

  • Relationship issues .

  • Substance and alcohol abuse.

  • Anger.

  • Trauma.

  • Medical issues and anxiety.

  • Anxiety.

  • Depression.

  • Panic attacks.

  • Grief and loss (loss of job, status, relationship, identity, way of life).

  • Spirituality.

  • Life and career direction.

  • Life coaching.

Depending on what is distressing you, we can use a variety of techniques that you feel most comfortable with until you reach your desired goals in counselling. Goal setting is very much a collaborative process and you set the pace of our work together.

And remember, counselling need not be a heavy, intimidating experience. It can be enjoyable, productive and generate a few laughs along the journey.

Counselling approaches most commonly used are; Schema Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Transpersonal Psychology, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT or Tapping).

 

Whatever is most suited to your needs and in collaboration with you, we will tailor a treatment plan specific to you and your goals. 

Cameron is a professional counsellor with many years’ experience working with clients experiencing a broad range of issues. This includes general counselling services as well as specialised services such as vulnerable adults and youth, and domestic violence and family concerns. Cameron is an Australian Counselling Association registered counsellor and works with individuals 14 years and over.

Cameron is warm, empathic and deeply intuitive. Clients most commonly remark upon how relaxed and heard they feel from the first session. He takes the time to listen to his client’s story and understand what their world looks like from their perspective. Cameron is highly effective at quickly getting to the core of his client’s issues and creating space around them to identify strategies and new ways of thinking. He brings together tried and tested psychology, real-world experience, collaboration, and compassion.

Cameron an integrative counsellor meaning he draws from multiple psychological approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Transpersonal Psychology, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Solution Focused Therapy. He is primarily a strengths-based counsellor and recognises that each client is completely unique. He also uses Schema Therapy which his clients find incredibly helpful in unlocking unhelpful patterns. Cameron is always striving for those “AHA” moments with his clients through his progressive and tailored approach. 

 

When you first make contact, you will be treated with empathy, understanding and without any judgement whatsoever. It can be tough to make that first call for help and after an informal chat, you will be glad you did.

Counselling aims to;

  • Provide a safe, confidential, non-judgemental and collaborative space for you to explore your issues in detail.

  • Clarify your thoughts and feelings.

  • Normalise where appropriate some of the feelings you may be having.

  • Stabilise your symptoms of distress.

  • Lesson your symptoms of discomfort.

  • Assist in your decision making.

Together, we will; 

  • Identify the dimensions of your problem

  • Explore your feelings and emotions.

  • Generate and explore alternatives including your untapped resources and coping skills.

  • Develop and formulate an action plan.

  • Agree on a follow-up plan.

Emma, Sunshine Coast

Cameron gave suggestions of powerful tools to use, which I have followed through with and these continue to reinforce the positive and empowering changes that he helped to facilitate. Many more positive events have occurred since and I can see how it connects back to the work I did with Cameron. Thank you so much.

 

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Enquiries

For all enquiries call the practice on

0476 787 141 or email

cameron@cameronwilson.com.au

All enquiries are handled with the strictest confidentiality and any information collected is bound by the Australian Counselling Association Code of Conduct