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Wandering Traveler


Overcome, Heal, Grow

My commitment is to walk supportively alongside you and use all my professional learning and experience to hold the space for your healing and growth.

No matter what you are going through, I look forward to meeting you and honouring your intention to do "the mahi" to find you a new way to experience your journey.

I have experience working with a wide range of issues and can flexibly move between multiple models of counselling to help you. I can work with emotions, thoughts, actions, behaviours and feelings and will endeavour to be transparent with you in the process of counselling so you can understand why we utilize different approaches. There is no "trickery", just a shared journey that best suits your needs.


I know taking the step to go to counselling can feel huge. You will be welcomed with empathy and we will work at a pace that suits you. You always have the option of letting me know if things are not working and I will commit to exploring all avenues to help you.


Our initial meeting is crucial for both me and you to to decide whether we can or should work together. It's your opportunity to ask questions, to find out more about the process of counselling and discuss what you hope to get from our sessions. 

If you think that I may be able to help you, feel free to contact me via this website for a 10 minute initial call to see if I can help you in counselling.

Individual Counselling: Services


Emergency Phone Contacts
  • Need To Talk: 1737 (call or text)

  • Suicide Crisis: 0508 TAUTOKO (828 865)

  • Lifeline: 0800 543 354 or text 4357

  • Kidsline: 0800 543 754

  • Depression Helpline: 0800 111 757 or text 4202

  • NZ Samaritans: 0800 726 666

  • Safe To Talk Sexual Harm Helpline: 0800 044 334 or text 4334

  • Alcohol Drug Helpline: 0800 787 797

  • Gambling Helpline: 0800 654 655 or text 8006

  • Outline (trained LGBTIQ+ volunteers): 0800 688 5463 (6pm to 9pm)

  • Shine (for domestic violence help): 0508 744 633 (9am and 11pm)

If one service is not available, please try another. You may also call 111 and ask for the police.

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