Peter provides relationship counselling in Sydney’s inner west at Five Dock. For over 12 years Peter has applied his warm, sensitive and caring approach to support individuals and couples as they struggle with important life decisions, challenges or quest for purpose. Peter seeks to assist his clients make wise decisions. His life experience and extensive training in different counselling methodologies equip him to understand systemic relational conflict and with a sensitivity to the underlying developmental or life transition dynamics. He adapts his therapeutic role to the specific couple/person needs.
Peter invests his enthusiasm and energy into identifying each person’s strengths, from which he can guide rebuilding trust or hope in marital or personal distress. The joy from seeing a person awaken to a new reality in life is what Peter strives to achieve. He helps committed couples to benefit from a reinvigorated vital and intimate partnership. He believes every person deserves their experience-rich life journey to be fulfilling and purposeful. Peter incorporates the latest neurobiological understandings with the emotional underpinnings of human functioning to help each person or couple be the best they want to be for themselves, each other, and their family. Peter can offer individual therapy and support where an individual needs to resolve personal vulnerabilities or participate in individual therapy.
Peter’s professional development has focussed on helping people build a critical reflective capacity. This enhances resilience within individuals and couples to the everyday life struggles that sometimes overwhelm. He has training certificates awarded from prominent world leaders from respective science-based specialties in the primary areas of his interest. His ongoing professional development has focussed on couple therapies, trauma treatment, relationship repair, attachment bonding disruptions and resolution, internal family systems theory, sexual therapy, Asperger’s syndrome diagnosis, transactional analysis, narrative therapy, monitoring self-harm and suicidal ideation, personality disorder support, dissociation, understanding psychosis, dealing with child sexual abuse and veteran mental health.
Peter is motivated to honour and foster the spiritual, cultural and philosophical orientation of individuals. He respects all forms of gender relationships and is sensitive to multicultural and multifaith perspectives.
Following retirement from a corporate career, Peter has reinvigorated his motivation and passion for helping those in personal distress. Accordingly, with his deep understanding of the demands of corporate life and its influence on family dynamics, Peter is also equipped to support the needs of professionals and senior executives.
Please note that Peter does not offer Medicare or private health fund rebates.