Chris has been working in the field of relationship counselling for over 16 years, and holds a Masters of Counselling. With his practice he brings a unique ability to help people make sense of their relationship difficulties in new ways.
While attending relationship counselling can feel daunting for people, Chris strives to quickly develop a working relationship with both people. Clients will find that he prioritises their relationship and can find hope in some of the trickiest of situations.
With respect for the relationship and care for his clients, Chris is able to support couples have conversations they may never have had. He then works together with his clients to find solutions which support the safety and well-being of everyone.
Chris draws from a variety of counselling theories and approaches which are chosen according to what his clients are looking for. He of particular interest in the areas of intimacy, communication, affairs, grief and loss and parenting and other family challenges.
- Choice Therapy
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Emotionally Focused Therapy
- Narrative Therapy
- Rogerian Psychotherapy
- Solution-Focused Therapy