Clytie is a Christian counsellor who has worked in both Christian and non-christian settings, with experience working with a diverse range of people working through mild to significant life stressors.
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).
- General counselling (all ages)
- Children and teenagers (ages 5+)
- People with disabilities
- 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.”