Deborah Wright - Perth Counsellor

Deborah Wright

BA Soc Science

Counsellor & Psychotherapist

Perth, Western Australia

Deborah is a Psychotherapist and accredited Gestalt Therapist, providing short and long term counselling for individuals and couples. She has a degree in Social Science specializing in gender studies. Her practice is informed by her belief in equality and social justice.

Deborah is a Registered Nurse and has been a practising midwife for over 30 years. Her interest is in working with and supporting women and their partners to navigate the unique and challenging events that present in their lives. She specialises in:

  • Couples Counselling
  • Intimate and significant relationships
  • Family issues
  • FIFO and relationships
  • Parenting, Unintended pregnancy and abortion
  • Birthing, Bonding, Birth trauma and neo-natal loss
  • Mothering or fathering as a lifetime occupation
  • Parenting adolescents and thriving
  • Relationships and older age
  • Sexuality across the life span
  • Menopause
  • Carer challenges and stressors
  • Career and workplace issues

When working with you as a client Deborah is sincere, caring and non judgemental. She will support and validate you and your experiences and will provide a trusting and safe environment. She will assist you to explore different and effective ways of being with yourself as well as significant people in your life. She uses humour, stories, experiments and demonstrations to assist you to gain the most from your sessions.

Deborah works at a pace that you determine and is respectful of your sensitivities and goals. At the same time she is willing to challenge fixed views and old beliefs that may be keeping you from moving to a position of acceptance, understanding or change.

Deborah is happy to work with clients via SKYPE as she recognises that attending in person is not always possible especially for FIFO clients.

To contact Deborah:

Telephone: 0458 677 108

(08) 9278 6578

11 Brixton street Cottesloe WA 6011
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