Couple and Family Counsellor
Shweta is a warm and pragmatic Couple and Family Counsellor with experience in relationship and family conflict, communication problems, and parenting issues. She brings positivity, insight and thoughtfulness to her therapy sessions.
Shweta’s style is straightforward and direct. She is action-oriented, helping clients reach their goals by providing them with clear direction and structure to work with.
“My approach is collaborative and focused on what you would like to achieve and where you would like to be in your relationships. I work through what’s going on for you, and support you to find a workable way through it.
I know that sometimes the way forward can seem complex and daunting. Gaining an objective and balanced perspective from someone who will help you plan the way forward is an invaluable step in moving towards greater clarity and certainty.”
Clients build long-lasting, trusting relationships with Shweta and say that her non-judgemental approach makes her easy to talk to.
Shweta enjoys working with different cultural influences, blended families and same sex families. She has particular expertise in the areas of eating disorders and body image, and has experience working with children who have learning difficulties and/or behavioural issues.
Her work is solution focused and results driven. She draws on Systemic theory, Narrative, Psychoanalytical, Gottman, EFT and other modalities in her therapeutic work.
Qualifications and Professional Membership:
Masters of Counselling and Applied Psychotherapy (JNI)
Masters of Psychology (UK)
Registered member of Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and British Psychological Society (BPS)
The reasons why people seek Couple or Family Counselling
“It’s such a relief to be able to talk to you and stop my thoughts from going around in circles. Thanks Shweta, for your compassion and understanding”
“Having your support over these last few months has been amazing. Thank you. I feel like I’ve been living under a constant heaviness for such a long time, but I’m beginning to be myself again now.”
“We are doing so much better now. You have definitely helped us a lot and we are happy that we decided to start counselling. We’re on track now, but if we fall back into bad habits, we will definitely come back and talk to you again.”