Counselling

Clytie is a Christian counsellor who has worked in both Christian and non-christian settings, with experience working with a diverse range of people with mild to significant life stressors.

Clytie Stoyanoff

Clytie is a registered member of Christian Counsellors Association (CCAA) and of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW).

Clytie holds a Diploma of Christian Ministry and Theology (Australian College of Ministries), Bachelor of Psychology (Deakin University), Graduate Diploma of Counselling (Australian College of Applied Psychology) and is currently completing a Masters of Social Work (Monash University).

Clytie offers counselling in the following areas:
  • General counselling (all ages)
  • Children and teenagers (ages 5+)
  • People with disabilities
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma, grief and loss
  • Disordered eating
  • Life transitions
  • Spiritual direction

Clytie says, “I do not see clients as “people to be fixed,” but rather people who are hurting, struggle to regulate, discern their emotions and/or need spiritual guidance. Everyone has experiences times of distress and this is an aspect of life.
I believe it is my role to help clients gain the skills or perspective they need to cope with their situations.”

Clytie uses a multi-theoretical approach to counselling using a mix of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), systems theory, solution focused therapy and strengths based therapy. Clytie recognises that the hope we have in Jesus can be the greatest source of strength in times of struggle.