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Individual Counselling

Individual Counselling

During your individual session you will be invited to consider what you would like to achieve from your session, your Best Hopes.  This is an opportunity to shift your focus from trying to remove a problem from your life to considering what you would like to grow and have more of in life.  By exploring times you have already brought this about in the past, perhaps without realising, and what strengths or values you may have drawn upon to bring about these more positive experiences in your life, you can choose to continue to make this part of your future as well.  SFBT is about reminding you about your strength, a light in the darkness, that taps into your hope to empower you to discover a way forward in a challenging experience that is respectful to you and right for your life.  The way forward is more likely to be found not in focusing on disappointment but on what you have learnt from these experiences.  Noticing your strength that supported you through past challenging experiences can build confidence to cope and the resilience you need to endure current stressors at your best.  There have been moments in our life where we have experienced a shift in our understanding which has led to change.  The more time we spend considering the changes we would like to have happen in life, the more likely we will hear something that contributes to a moment of clarity in perspective that causes us to live life differently in future.  

Purple Flower

"The person you wish to be is already there."

Evan George

What does a SFBT counselling session look like?

The Invictus Counselling Service provides individual and couples counselling for adults and adolescents (16 years and over) using the Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) approach. SFBT is an empowering evidence-based and trauma informed approach.

SFBT invites you to consider what you hope for, the positive difference you would like to see in your life, then walks alongside you to identify your preferred future. Exploring how you have coped with challenging experiences can identify your strength that you can continue to draw upon to endure these times.  Identifying times in the past during which you felt more how you would like to feel now can provide clues to building this into your future.  Thinking about the changes you would like to see in another person in your life, and the difference seeing these changes would make to you, can further shed light on possibilities moving forward.  In this way, rather than leaving a session with an expanded version of the problem, you can leave with hope to move towards the life you wanted.  The solution to a problem is more likely to be found through discussing the life you would like to be living which can inspire you to bring this about in reality.

During your counselling sessions, you can expect to:

Engage in a respectful, confidential, hopeful and empowering reflective space.

Identify how you have managed challenging experiences previously.

Describe your Preferred Future to inspire your motivation and confidence.

Be encouraged to raise any questions about the counselling process or Kerry’s background, training or approach to counselling.

Focus on what is important to you and what you want in your life.

Identify your strengths that have contributed to your past achievements.

Be empowered as the expert on your own life to make your own decisions around what is right for you, suggest improvements to your counselling experience and to end counselling support when you feel this is right for you.

Days and Hours Available:

Counselling is currently available in Midland on Wednesday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday mornings between 9am and 12pm. 


Counselling sessions are also available via telehealth - a Zoom session or telephone.  

Counselling Fees:

Counselling sessions run for an hour and are currently $120.  Fees are payable at the end of the session either in cash or by credit card


Invictus Counselling Service is a private counselling service and you do not require a referral from your GP to access counselling support. Medicare rebates are unavailable when accessing private counselling support. As a result, your accessing counselling support remains confidential and private between yourself and your counsellor.  Paying for your own counselling support enables this to be focused on your best interests and needs alone.

COVID-19 Policy

COVID-19 Policy:

In line with Government Health Guidelines, if you are experiencing any cold or flu symptoms on the morning of your session, please let me know and we can reschedule to a phone or Zoom session instead, or to another day.  Thank you for your understanding and support to keep ourselves and our loved ones healthy.


Take your first step towards your Preferred Future:

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