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Pathway to Healing
Home & Family offers child therapy which enables children and youth to overcome difficulties and achieve emotional well-being.
What we offer:
Our therapists work with:
- Children from 3-years
- Youth up to 18 years
And provide counselling interventions for:
- Anxiety and depression
- Grief and loss
- Trauma (complex or relational)
- Family violence and other forms of abuse
- Relationship difficulties
- Parenting issues
We promote a collaborative approach to unpacking the complexity of experience. Our practitioners work alongside clients and families to create personalised plans, track progress and measure impact.
Child-Centered Play Therapy
We offer Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) for children as young as three. CCPT is one of the most thoroughly researched methods of play therapy in the world. A child’s world of play is their natural form of communication and it is our belief that it is not what children do, but why they do it that is crucial to understanding them, relating effectively with them and, where required, intervening successfully with them.
Accessing our services
To make an enquiry about child/youth-counselling, please fill in the form on the left of the screen, or call 03 944 0635. To make a referral for someone else, you can complete this form.
As a charitable trust, Home & Family is committed to affordable counselling. For more information, speak to our bookings manager or refer to our fee schedule on page 2 of ‘How We Work’.
Our counselling staff
Our counsellors are fully trained and affiliated to relevant professional bodies. To meet our counselling team please click here.
Guy Adams - Counsellor
Guy specialises in Child Centered Play Therapy and also works with couples. He has a built a strong reputation for his work with children and young people. Guy places value and respect at the centre of building effective counselling relationships.
B.PRTM, G.Ct.Ls, PG.Ct.Soc.Sci, Dip.Coun, MNZAC