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Ebony Millard Counselling 
and creative Art Therapy

"If you don't get it off your chest you'll never be able to breathe"​​

PACFA registered mental health professional.
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ABOUT ME

Counsellor/Therapist

BCouns DipHICAT

I work with adults and young people (aged 12 and up) to navigate periods of change, anxiety, depression, relationship issues and grief and loss and I have a special interest in working with the sober curious and parents of teenagers. 

With years of experience in working with youth, community services and complex mental health, I support people using evidence-based counselling approaches. 

I offer person-centered, trauma informed therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), gestalt therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness-based techniques to help you learn more about yourself and to overcome difficult situations that you may be facing. 

In addition to these traditional counselling approaches, I offer creative art therapy which is a gentle and often non-verbal approach to addressing challenging emotions.

I will provide the 'Safe Space' you need to really explore your true thoughts and emotions.

I work with clients to bring understanding and awareness not only to your psychological and emotional issues but also to the physical, spiritual and relationships in your life. 

There is no substitute for good therapy. Talking to me will get that weight off your chest!

Therapy may help if...

  • you feel overwhelmed and feel like things are getting on top of you

  • you feel exhausted, depressed, anxious or stressed

  • you are having troubles sleeping

  • work is getting on top of you

  • you are relying on food, alcohol or drugs to cope

  • you’re having difficulty finding a solution to a problem that has been troubling you for some time

  • you find it hard to open up to family or friends

  • you are trapped in the past and cannot stop thinking about a traumatic experience

  • your work life, relationships or friendships are suffering

  • you feel angry, frustrated and irritable

  • you have experienced a major life event such as, the death of a loved one, relationship break up, the kids have left home, you have lost your job or any other traumatic event/s.

What is Counselling?

Counselling and Therapy are the same thing. It's a collaborative treatment based on the therapeutic relationship between the counsellor and the client. Counsellors are trained and experienced health professionals that provide non-judgmental, supportive and objective space for clients to work through current and past individual and relationship problems, traumas, grief, negative experiences, phobias and fears to achieve a more fulfilling and contented life.

Counselling is based on psychological philosophies and counselling modalities developed through evidence based research.

What is Art Therapy?

Creative Art Therapy is a beautiful and sometimes powerful addition to traditional counselling. It uses art, craft, movement, music, writing and any other medium you can think of to encourage self-expression.

 

Sometimes it is simply not possible to put your thoughts and feelings into words. Creative art therapy provides a gentle and safe way to express and explore the things you are unable to move through. The things that are keeping you stuck and causing you ongoing pain or worry. 

Creative art therapy is proven to be particularly effective when experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, substance dependency, PTSD and grief. 

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Services

  • I'll call you!


    50 min

    120 Australian dollars

GET IN TOUCH

One of the best ways to move forward is to book an initial appointment. This is you taking the first steps towards feeling better. Then you can find out more about how therapy works and if you will benefit from it.

Can't find a session time that suits you?

Please contact me to see if we can find a better time for you!

0427527203

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