Connections Counselling Perth, South Perth


Connections Counselling Perth, South Perth

Practitioners at this location

Mark Tapping

Counsellor

Counsellor (on practicum) Mark began counselling through pastoral care in 2002 at Southlands Church in California. After moving to Perth in 2011, he continued with pastoral care offered to Kingscross Church in Subiaco. While this support model can be broad, Mark has particularly enjoyed working with young adults, married couples, and families. He has twenty years of experience with young people, group counselling with men and couples, pre-marriage counselling for couples, marriage counselling for couples who are experiencing difficulty, and adults who are going through seasons of change. With a desire to develop more tools to help more people through different seasons of life, Mark turned to study a Master of Counselling at the University of Notre Dame. He has great hopes to come alongside and lift others in a counselling space. He is developing an integrative approach with lots of curious questions to help his clients understand their presenting problem and find solutions. Mark is a husband of one wife, a father of four children, and a pastor to many more people. He believes that everyone has a story worth hearing, and is curious. Book an appointment on Mondays at South Perth.
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Mrs Aimee Crook

Counsellor

Aimee has over a decade of experience in supporting people working through addiction, mental health, trauma, abuse, grief, and loss. Married for 14 years, Mum to 4 children, and has many years of volunteer work for a variety of local and international charities and ministries. Aimee is a compassionate, relational and genuine counsellor with a Christ centred approach to all of life. She has a passion to hear and understand individual’s stories and walk alongside them as they navigate their way through life’s complex difficulties. Aimee has a Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Counselling) and is a member of the ACA.
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Mrs Aksana Sutherland

Psychologist

Aksana believes the most effective counselling is based on a trusting therapeutic relationship. She hopes to provide you with a safe and supportive space whilst working together to explore the challenges you come into session with. Aksana’s methods are tailored to each client; this is carried out by considering a range of theoretical and practical methods whilst considering any spiritual context. Aksana has an interest in improving communication and exploring relationship stressors with experience working with teens, adults, older adults, couples, and families. Aksana is familiar with supporting those with complex trauma, relationship difficulties, depression, anxiety, substance use, grief and loss, as well as experience working with perpetrators of family and domestic violence. Aksana is a Registered Psychologist working in the field of mental health since 2012. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) with additional qualifications in youth work, mental health and is currently completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Couples and Family Counselling.
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Ms Denise Bath

Counsellor

Denise has 22 years of extensive experience counselling children and working with families in need. As a woman of faith, Denise, with God, joins clients on their healing journey to assist them to discover, accept and find solutions to resolve what is impacting them or their families. She is a genuine, resilient lady with a love and passion for working with children and families. Denise has a Bachelor in Social Science, Graduate Diploma in Human Service and Master of Arts in Human Service Counselling. She is a member of Australia Counsellors Association (ACA).
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