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Run Free Counselling and Supervision Support

Open and nurturing support for clients, and support for professionals to enhance their own counselling practice.

Individual Counselling

I like to use variety, playfulness and humour in my approaches, as well as having a very strong belief in non judgemental acceptance, respect for all, and a strong belief in the inner strengths and wisdoms of my clients.

Group Work

Being in a group allows people to receive the support and encouragement of the other members of the group. People participating are able to see that there are others going through the same thing, which can help them feel less alone.​

Grief & Loss

Grief can occur after any kind of loss or major life event. This could include death of a loved one, relationship breakdowns, family separation, job loss, injury, loss of a pet, and other events. Navigating grief and loss can be challenging and I encourage you to seek support if you’re struggling.

Couples Therapy

Come and free up your relationship and find new ways to respond to each other. This work can help couples understand, expand and re-organise how they respond to each other in times of high emotion and can help them stop getting caught in those unhelpful, often repeated, conflict cycles.

Supervision Support

Providing a safe space for counsellors from beginner to experienced, from all counselling backgrounds, whether part of a professional body or not. Offering flexible, collaborative, and integrative supervision with a strong focus at encouraging practitioners to build and maintain their own self-reflective practices.

Run Free Counselling and Supervision Support

Located at A Space to Grow Business Centre
16 Craig Street, Mundaring 6073
(Behind Cafe Mojo)

Online (Zoom) or Phone Sessions Available

Joyce de Haas: Run Free Counselling & Supervision Support
Joyce de Haas: Run Free Counselling & Supervision Support

Hi, my name is Joyce.

I have been a counselling and group therapist for over 18 years. I have a vast range of experience, having worked for several well known agencies in Perth (including The Richmond Fellowship, Holyoake and Relationships Australia) over the years, as well as through my own practice work. My qualifications include a Bachelor Degree in Psychology from UWA and a Masters of Counselling from Curtin University. I have also attended a vast range of other courses, which included Inner Child, Art Therapy, and Sandtray work, and regularly attend trainings and workshops to keep me up to date and excited in my practice. I also volunteer at Inner Child Healing weeks and weekends with the Heal for Life Foundation.

In addition to talking, I can also use several modalities in my therapy work. I would discuss with you if I feel any would suit the circumstances, and please let me know if you prefer any yourself. Please see and click below to find out more about my techniques.

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