If you’re feeling slightly overwhelmed by things, or dissatisfied with where your life and relationships are I can help you get back on track. You don’t have to go it alone – and research shows that up to 90% of people report an improvement in their mood after just one session of counselling.
Dimitra Tsoukalas is a registered Counsellor who has a very nurturing and personalised approach to her work. She is curious and caring, with a professional approach to supporting people to understand and overcome the issues underlying their symptoms.
She is experienced in working with children, adolescents, families and adults from a variety of different backgrounds. Building a trusting and safe space for her clients is her primary aim.
In addition to her work as a counsellor, Dimitra is also a yoga teacher and uses mindfulness, meditation and self-compassion in her treatment approach. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy and Solutions Focused Therapy are some of the interventions that are interwoven into the treatment plan and according to the individual needs of clients.
She works collaboratively with her clients to help them establish clear goals and helps them maintain the motivation to achieve them. She will support you in finding helpful strategies to deal with your difficulties.
Please refer to my website for both my professional experience as i have worked in a variety of settings.
Make an appointment today. So what are you waiting for.
Did you know? The Boyd family were an artistic dynasty and had strong ties to the area, and of course are the namesake of our Boyd Park. Merric Boyd is considered the father of studio pottery in Australia, and had moved here when his parents bought him a piece of land in Murrumbeena.
Many years ago Murrumbeena had a great little local paper. The Glen Eira Historical society has copies. Fabulous historical document of local events and social life.
Anybody interested in trying to get up another local paper? Even if it is just 4 pages. With a variety of people working on it to promote Murrumbeena, via distribution through coffee shops etc. Featuring local council items of interest, personalities, businesses, transport, education - everything that goes to making a community.
We live here, we love it. Let's bring the printed word back.