• Individual Counselling

    If you're feeling lost or stuck we have a safe path you can follow 

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  • Relationship Counselling

    Remember how it was? Maybe it can be that way again.

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  • Clinical Hypnotherapy

    Looking for someone who can just sort it out fast?

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  • Clinical Supervision

    I specialise in areas of domestic violence, anger management and generalist clinical supervisions and I am available for counsellors, psychotherapists and social workers.

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  • Parenting/Circle of Security Facilitator

    Take the stress out of parenting - tap into your child's needs and give yourself some peace
    Call Rebecca for individual and Group Sessions (trained as a Circle of Security Facilitator)

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  • Sex Therapy

    Not happy with your sex life. Feeling unsatisfied?

    Maybe it is time to try something new!

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Andrew Campbell & Rebecca Clarkson

Due to safety regulations we are now offering.

SKype, ZOOM, FACEtime or phone sessions now available.


Making an appointment could change your life

Call 0405 600 337 or 0448 882 628 or fill out the form below.
Andrew or Rebecca will contact you ASAP

Practice Location

Glenning Valley

From Our Blog

Intimacy and sexual intimacy rather than Intensity/co-dependence

Intimacy and Sexual intimacy requires going beyond our safe and familiar ways of being in relationship. To deepen intimacy, we need to express and show new and hidden parts of ourselves to our partner. Therefore, a strong sense of self and a commitment to personal and relationship growth are essential to tolerate the internal upset associated with fear of failure and rejection. ..continue reading

Men and their relationship to shame

In my experience most of the men I work with and meet socially have been subjected to shame. The shame can reinforce a feeling that the man is not good enough and underpins their decline socially. This shame can act as an unknown master and definer of men’s feelings about themselves in society. ..continue reading

The Scapegoat

The scapegoat in a family system or the IP the identified patient is often the child who tells the truth about the family dysfunction and acts it out in mostly negative ways, who points out the elephant in the room that the family is not willing to look at. It is this behaviour that makes the scapegoat the target for the family rebuke and usually the parents present this child at therapy as the "problem". ..continue reading

Control Kills Passion

Controlling or helpful
She says she loves you, but you’ve got to get a “better” job. Trying to choose your partner’s friends, activities, or work all suggest that you consider your partner to be inadequate. Even when the controlling partner is simply seeking that magical feeling of unity, seeking it through control damages the respect at the core of love. ..continue reading

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