Ramsay Everingham


Ramsay Everingham

Relationship and Couples Therapist

Ramsay is a relatable, insightful and authentic therapist. He brings a lot of wisdom and lived experience to his work, and clients say they value the calm, thoughtful and non-judgmental space that Ramsay creates for them.

Ramsay has expertise and experience in working with couple conflict, family violence and domestic violent presentations.  He works with relationships where there are mental health challenges, and unresolved trauma and attachment issues due to childhood experiences.

Relationship problems can be an opportunity for greater self-awareness and happiness, according to Ramsay. He enjoys helping individuals and couples identify the barriers to their happiness, and generate their own ways of improving communication, connection, and growth.

Ramsay holds a Master’s degree in Process Oriented Psychology from the world renowned Process Work Institute in Portland, Oregon, USA. He is member of faculty at the Metavision Institute (teaching Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy and Relationship and Conflict.) Ramsay also works with Relationships Australia as a group facilitator in the Relationship Education and Family Safety Programs.

Ramsay enjoys working with diverse cultures and social identities. He has practiced both in the USA and Australia, and consults with clients internationally.

On a personal note, Ramsay has a background working as an actor and puppeteer in Australian theatre, film and T.V. Working as an actor inspired him to study psychology and healing, and this creative impulse underpins his therapeutic work. He maintains an arts practice (Sculpture) and exhibits his work nationally.


Qualifications and Professional Membership

Master in Process Orientated Psychology
Graduate Diploma in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy
Graduate Diploma in Applied Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy
Advance Diploma in Chekhov Technique
Bachelor of Creative Art

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