Anne is a skilled and empathic individual, family, and couples counsellor committed to a positive psychological approach. She helps clients improve psychological and emotional health by empowering them to focus on their inner strengths, building hope, resilience, confidence, and enthusiasm. She is diligent and resourceful with numerous years of real-life experiences diagnosing issues and designing personalised treatment plans. Anne draws on a range of therapies including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy, Attachment Focused Therapy, Schema Therapy, and Grieving Therapy.
Anne has university degrees in Psychology, Education, Community Welfare, and Counselling, and has completed a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology. She has completed several continuing education short courses in Australia and the USA and has a wealth of experience as a wife and mother of thirteen children. She is the author of ‘Thriving and Surviving Raising Thirteen’ and is a regular keynote speaker and commentator on family issues at various events in Australia, Africa, and the USA.
Anne has a strong faith and is respected and well-known within christian circles. Anne welcomes any clients who wish to discuss or incorporate their spirituality into their counselling sessions.