Practitioner Archive - The Indigo Project

LOUISE HARVEY

  • LOUISE HARVEY

    Louise Harvey

    CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

    “The body always leads us home… if we can simply learn to trust sensation and stay with it long enough for it to reveal appropriate action, movement, insight, or feeling.”

    – PAT OGDEN

    Louise is a Clinical Psychologist with a passion for working holistically. She believes that deep healing and growth come from connecting to our whole experience, our bodies, emotions and thoughts. 

    With over 10 years experience, her strengths lie in supporting people to recover from trauma, childhood adversity and addiction. She is passionate about helping people foster nourishing relationships with themselves and others in order to build full and meaningful lives.

    Louise sees her role as therapist as developing connections based on openness, acceptance and positive regard. Louise combines elements of somatic psychotherapy and mindfulness with evidence based approaches including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

    Louise believes the path to growth involves recognising, celebrating and building upon our existing strengths and resources. “I see therapy as an opportunity to slow down and turn inwards, to notice, feel and make sense of how we experience the world. I believe that from this place we have the opportunity to grow and break free of old, self-limiting thoughts, emotions and behaviours”.  

    Book your session with Louise

    Anxiety

    Trauma and Complex Trauma 

    Depression

    Stress

    Addiction

    Transformation and Change 

    Louise’s Grounding Tip: For when you’re feeling anxious or overwhelmed

    Standing, shift your weight into the different areas of the feet: the toes, heels and sides. Come to balance your weight evenly across the entire surface of the feet. Sense the feet soften as they connect with the earth. Unlock and gently bend your knees, moving gently up and down. Shift the weight from leg to leg before allowing your weight to balance between your legs. Come to stand in stillness, sense into the weight of your body. Feel the gentle pull of gravity downwards connecting your feet to the ground.   

    Outside the therapy room

    I love food, both eating out and cooking. I’m really into Sri Lankan food at the moment. On the weekends, I go to the farmers markets in Eveleigh or Blackheath in the Blue Mountains to buy fresh ingredients. I like hiking and can often be found bushing walking in the Blue Mountains National Park. Ruined Castle is one of my favourite tracks. I am not adverse to a Netflix binge.

    Surry Hills Cafe and Restaurant

    What I’m Listening To…

    MAGGIE ROGERS

    I’m currently listening to Maggie Rogers – Heard it in a past life. I am loving the uplifting mix of honest, self-aware lyrics and earthy, organic danceable music. Whenever I hear her songs I can’t help but dance and sing.

    Book your Session with Louise

    $160.20 w/Medicare Rebate
    $285 without Medicare Rebate
    Wed, Thu and Fri

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  • MICHAEL MAGEE

    Michael Magee

    PSYCHOLOGIST

    “Identify your mind’s favourite stories… Once you’ve acknowledged a story, that’s it—just let it be…Simply let it come and go as it pleases, while you channel your energy into doing something you value.”

    – RUSS HARRIS

    Michael takes a practical and creative approach to therapy, with a focus on developing a shared understanding of his clients’ goals, motivations, and personal history. Warm and engaging, Michael encourages reflection and exploration of how personal concerns may come to dominate our thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

    He has worked extensively with clients experiencing alcohol and drug misuse. For many clients, these issues are related to unresolved past issues, or as a way to deal with stress, anxiety, self-esteem and relationship issues. Michael believes that each of us has the capacity to build insight into our own motivations and behaviours, and to develop new and more adaptive ways to manage issues in our lives.

    With a passion for martial arts, Michael has travelled the world representing Australia in Taekwondo. This saw him supporting Olympic and Paralympic athletes to balance world-class performances with holistic person development. He enjoys integrating his knowledge of psychology to help high performance athletes train and perform under pressure.

    A career highlight involved supporting newly retired athletes with transition and transformation in their life after retiring from sport. Michael believes that all individuals hold the strength to support themselves in achieving mastery in new life directions.

    Book your session with Michael

    Anxiety & Stress

    Sport & High Performance

    Depression

    Career Counselling & Transition

    Chronic Pain

    Alcohol & Substance Issues

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    Michael’s Quick Stress Tip

    When we’re trying to achieve an important goal, we can often get nervous and find our stress peaking the closer we get. How do we manage this?

    Name the experience: Name familiar feelings and thoughts to recognise unhelpful patterns. 
    Normalise: Remind yourself these unpleasant experiences are normal. 
    Mindfulness: Your thoughts are not necessarily the truth. Practise mindfulness. Observe your experiences coming and going. 
    Commit to valued action: Ensure your actions are moving you towards what is most important to you even if it is temporarily distressing.
    Focus on the controllable: Mindfully attend to the things you need to do and can do to control the situation – not those you can’t. Do not push unpleasant experiences away, but try to accept these whilst bringing your attention back to doing what matters.

    Outside the therapy room

    When not in the therapy room you will find Michael enjoying snorkelling around Clovelly and Sydney’s other beaches or find him practising martial arts. He also enjoys playing the guitar and cooking.

    Psychology Surry Hills

    What I’m Reading…

    THE EDIBLE BALCONY INDIRA NAIDOO

    Michael enjoys gardening, though lacks the green thumb at times to make his garden flourish. Currently he is reading “The Edible Balcony” By Indira Naidoo which describes how to turn an inner-city apartment balcony into a green oasis and make seasonal recipes from the garden. Michael describes his garden as a “work in progress”.

    Book your Session with Michael

    $145.20 with Medicare Rebate
    $230 without Medicare Rebate

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  • DANIELLE HANRAHAN

    Counselling Sydney, Danielle Hanrahan

    Danielle Hanrahan

    COUNSELLOR & COACH

    “The mind is a garden, what we decide to grow there will determine our prosperity.”

    – Yung Pueblo

    Danielle believes every individual has an unfolding story to tell – one that sometimes can be difficult to understand. She explores these stories in relation to her client’s belief systems, culture and sense of self.

    Her goal is to help individuals understand themselves better in order to be the best versions of themselves and form strong, genuine and supportive relationships with others in their lives.

    Surry Hills Warehouse Space, The Indigo Project
    Counsellor Sydney CBD, Danielle Hanrahan

    Dani has developed a reputation for her confident and direct approach, while also nurturing and guiding clients on their journey.

    By combining techniques from the areas of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Positive Psychology, Life Coaching and Mindfulness-based practices, she takes a person-centred approach and supports individuals manage challenging issues and find purpose and meaning. Danielle also incorporates her interests in the areas of neuroscience, psychology, spirituality and feminine archetypes, in her work.

    Book your session with Danielle

    Life Purpose

    Coaching

    Career Mapping

    Mindfulness

    Anxiety

    Personal Development

    A plant and mirror in a white room

    Danielle on working with your fears…

    “Human beings are fearful creatures, which makes sense from a biology perspective. If we weren’t afraid of anything, we might put ourselves in risky situations and that’s not conducive to keeping the species going. But, today’s environment has conditioned us to fear things like an email from our boss or to fear judgement from other people, so we start to train our mind to operate on fear as opposed to trust. When we operate on fear, we stop being true to ourselves and start to be the person we believe others want us to be. We people-please, we say ‘yes’ when we really mean ‘no’, we numb ourselves to feelings because they become inconvenient, and so on, until we have disconnected so far from ourselves that we can’t recognise who we are.

    There comes a moment in our lives, when we need to make a choice: do I continue to interact with the world I live in based on fear, or do I experiment with a different dynamic? Trust is a new dynamic. Fear and Trust are two sides of the same coin. Acknowledge your fears on one side, and then ask yourself, “What would I do differently in my life/this situation if I trusted myself, trusted others and trusted in the timing of my life?

    We may or may not do the things we’d list under trust but at least we’ve asked ourselves the question. It’s in not asking the question that we become stuck.”

    Outside the therapy room

    I like to get out of Sydney and go exploring, especially to beautiful spots that deliver great coffee. My partner and I LOVE visiting Act Casual in Brooklyn, NSW, or Cassiopeia Speciality Coffee in Katoomba.

    Surry Hills Cafe and Restaurant
    Malcolm Gladwell Revisionist History The Indigo Project

    What I’m Listening To

    Revisionist History – MALCOM GLADWELL

    Apart from a bit of Modest Mouse and Colombian band Bomba Estereo for my gym work-out playlist, I listen to a lot of podcasts. At the moment, I am completely obsessed with Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History. Superb storytelling.

    Book your Session with Danielle

    $200 p/session
    (No Medicare Rebate available)
    Mon, Tue

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  • DARREN EVERETT

    Darren Everett

    Darren Everett

    SENIOR PSYCHOLOGIST

    “Happiness is not the absence of problems, its the ability to deal with them.”

    – STEVE MARABOLI

    Darren is a Senior Psychologist with extensive experience in helping people to overcome their challenges to become the best they can be. Darren has a long standing history of successfully working with adolescents, adults, and leading personalities across sport, business, music and the arts, including clinical support for The Olympic Games and major AFL clubs. Darren has an amazing ability to relate to people and build strong relationships with his clients.

    Sydney Psychologist
    Darren Everett The Indigo Project

    He is constantly given the feedback that his sessions are highly supportive, free of judgement and always beneficial. Above all else, when you see Darren he treats you as an equal and is passionate and driven to understand you. Darren prides himself on working closely with you to design solutions to overcome your unique challenges. In his sessions, he is passionate about using modern approaches to psychology to help you exceed what you thought was capable for yourself.

    People often say seeing Daren is not like seeing a Psychologist, but more like catching up with an old friend, the only difference being that Darren offers techniques, strategies and skills to help you achieve the life you want.

    Book your session with Darren

    Stress

    Marriage & Relationships Counselling

    Anxiety

    Adolescent

    Depression

    High performance thinking

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    Darren on Dealing with Adversity

    Life can be tough and challenging. However in the face of adversity, pain or challenge it is critical that you fight to identify &/or maintain your values, and that which drives you. During these times it is critical to get a handle on your thinking, as what you think will have a significant impact on how you are feeling and how you are coping with your challenges.

    Outside the therapy room

    Darren has a lust for life. On weekends you’ll find him outdoors kayaking, chasing large game fish or exploring new bush trails. At night he loves exploring the great restaurants of Sydney and attending live concerts and going to the theatre. If you still can’t find him, he’s likely to be out drinking great coffee and watching the world go by.

    April Ash Psychologist The Indigo Project Hiking at Sunset

    What Darren’s Up To Right Now

    Darren loves to explore the limits of the body and mind and is currently preparing to climb Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa and run the New York Marathon.

    Book your Session with Darren

    Individual:
    $200.20 w/Medicare Rebate
    $285 without Medicare Rebate

    Couples:
    $265.20 w/Medicare Rebate
    $350 without Medicare Rebate

    Mon and Fri

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  • ANNEKE REIJMERINK

    EMDR Therapy Sydney Anneke Reijmerink The Indigo Project

    Anneke Reijmerink

    CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

    “Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.”

    – JOSEPH CAMPBELL

    Having grown up in different countries including Nepal, Switzerland, Italy and the Netherlands, Anneke now calls Sydney home. She joins us as a Clinical Psychologist with a holistic approach and a passion for working with her clients’ inner strengths to get them back on track.

    “My work puts a smile on my face. I hope to help my clients break down walls and find and follow their bliss as I have followed mine.”

    Psychologists Sydney The Indigo Project
    EMDR Therapy Sydney Anneke Reijmerink The Indigo Project

    Her journey as a psychologist started out in the Netherlands where she worked with children and teenagers for the past 11 years. Since moving to Australia, Anneke has shifted her focus to broadening her range of clients while incorporating mindfulness and meditation.

    Using a variety of evidence-based interventions including, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR Therapy), and Mindfulness, Anneke brings her expertise into each session along with genuine warmth, positivity and a hint of humour.

    Book your session with Anneke

    Trauma

    Anxiety & Stress

    Adolescents

    Depression

    Grief & Loss

    Self-Esteem

    A plant and mirror in a white room

    Anneke’s Anxiety Tip

    Focus on your breath and try to stay present. You can do this by breathing in and expanding the belly, moving the air up to the chest, then to the throat and releasing in the reverse manner – throat, chest and finally, letting go in the belly.

    Another tip I use myself, when stressed, is shower meditation: imagining that with each and every drop of water, all my tension, stress and worries are washed away. It really helps me relax at the end of the day.

    Outside the therapy room

    Anneke enjoys travelling, yoga, being in nature and close to the ocean, going to concerts/music festivals, exploring Sydney, snowboarding, catching up with her friends, staying in touch with her family/friends in Amsterdam and daydreaming about buying a pop-top campervan.

    Yoga Mindfulness Surry Hills

    Book your Session with Anneke

    $160.20 with Medicare Rebate
    $285 without Medicare Rebate
    Tue, Wed, Thurs

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  • GABRIELLE KING

    Gabrielle King Psychologist

    Gabrielle King

    PSYCHOLOGIST

    “Everything is possible. The impossible just takes longer.”

    – DAN BROWN

    Gabrielle King is a Registered Psychologist who specialises in treating depression, stress and anxiety, difficulties with adjustment to life changes, and relationship challenges. Gabrielle also provides performance psychology services for people looking to develop their mental edge and achieve their best.

    Gabrielle strives to provide an empathic, genuine, and human experience. She wants her clients to have a sense of ownership and feel empowered to enact the changes they wish to make.

    Gabrielle King The Indigo Project
    Gabrielle King The Indigo Project

    Gabrielle became interested in psychology during her time as an elite athlete representing Australia in sailing. After retiring from her sporting career, she began her training as a psychologist and now consults with the NSW Institute of Sport and Australian Institute of Sport on athlete mental health. She is also involved in research aimed at understanding vulnerability and resilience to anxiety disorders and has several publications to her name.

    Book your session with Gabrielle

    Anxiety & Stress

    Life path challenges

    Depression

    Relationship challenges

    OCD

    Performance & Sports

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    Gabrielle on Life Path Challenges

    Life is hard and change is even harder. Have a clear goal of what you are working towards and know why it matters to you. This allows you to take deliberate action to achieving it.

    Outside the therapy room

    You can find Gabrielle riding her bike with mates, either racing up hills or on adventures exploring new countryside. She also enjoys rock climbing, hiking, and hanging out with her golden retriever, Anna.

    Bike on blue background

    What I’m Listening To…

    I love the RadioLab podcasts – they bring joy to the science nerd in me. The hosts are such great story tellers and encourage curiosity and wonder about the world around us.

    Book your Session with Gabrielle

    $115.20 w/Medicare Rebate
    $200 without Medicare Rebate
    Mon and Tue

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  • DAFNA KRONENTAL

    Dafna Kronental The Indigo Project

    Dafna Kronental

    PSYCHOTHERAPIST & COUNSELLOR

    “In the midst of winter, I found there was within me an invincible summer.”

    – ALBERT CAMUS

    Dafna brings a holistic approach to her work as a psychotherapist and teacher of yoga and meditation. She is guided by the latest neurobiological research exploring the connection between the body and mind, and inspired by the application of ancient contemplative traditions in our contemporary world.

    Her goal is to facilitate a safe, open and trusting relationship with her clients by supporting their capacity for self-awareness, creative decision-making, integrity and resilience.

    Dafna Kronental Psychotherapist Counsellor

    Dafna has a broad range of experience facilitating psychotherapeutic and mindfulness practices both locally and on international retreats, within corporate and educational organisations, refugee agencies and in private practice.

    She is a passionate advocate of the belief that by healing ourselves we contribute to the greater healing of our world. A warm, empathic and committed practitioner, Dafna feels privileged to guide and bear witness to her clients’ process of overcoming challenges and cultivating a life path with intention and attention.

    Book your session with Dafna

    Trauma

    Anxiety & Stress

    Grief & Loss

    Relationship Challenges

    Life Transitions

    Personal Development

    Dafna’s Quick Grounding Tips

    We spend the majority of our time in our heads and disconnected from our physical, present-moment experience. ‘Grounding’ practices can help us access the supportive resources naturally available in our bodies that restore a sense of equilibrium and balance.

    Notice when the mind is overactive and rather than trying to “work it out”, simply feel into your physical body. Become aware of the contact between your feet and the ground, or your back and the chair, and let your weight sink into these supports.

    Take a break from the computer screen and check in with yourself – am I hungry? Thirsty? Tired? Or busting for the loo?! Make a regular habit of addressing your body’s needs.

    Spend time in nature – walking barefoot on the grass or swimming in the ocean whilst silently witnessing your environment and connecting to your senses.

    Outside the therapy room

    Having become somewhat “attached” to her newly adopted Ashtanga practice, you may find Dafna at her yoga studio exploring the body’s potential whilst trying to keep her ego in check! She also enjoys short bursts of travel, music and theatre gigs, spending time with loved ones and taking dips at the Coogee women’s baths.

     

    Psychologist in Sydney, Yoga, Meditation

    What I’m Reading…

    A PATH WITH HEART – JACK KORNFIELD

    Jack Kornfield’s ‘A Path with Heart’ has been sitting on my bedside table for the past few weeks. I enjoy perusing the different stories and meditations in between, admittedly, getting caught up reading interesting Facebook articles.

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    $165 
    (No Medicare Rebate available)
    Mon & Wed

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  • JADE COUQUAUX

    Jade Couquaux Psychologist

    Jade Couquaux

    SENIOR PSYCHOLOGIST

    “I welcome all of you. The good parts, the would-be perfect parts, the bad parts, the ugly parts. Each with their own secret history, pain and joy, and desire to heal.”

    – JADE COUQUAUX

    Jade is a senior psychologist with over 18 years of experience. Her craft has transformed alongside scientific and human-centred awakenings in the field, greatly influenced by recent developments in mindfulness-based therapies, body-focussed therapies and Internal Family Systems – a powerful method for resolving our inner dilemmas.

    Psychologist Near Me
    Jade Couquaux The Indigo Project

    Hailing from France, Jade now calls Sydney home with her two children and husband. With a diverse professional history, Jade regards her work with NSW Health in the field of trauma, and for a large NGO in the field of individual wellbeing and relationship counselling, as pivotal to the formation of her own bespoke therapeutic approach.

    “Psychology is a great passion of mine, and I am so grateful to work with individuals who have the courage to look inside. Peering into the places that scare us can be daunting but I am often in awe at the human resilience that I see in my clients in the face of their circumstances.”

    Book your session with Jade

    Trauma

    Anxiety

    Self-esteem

    Depression & Mood Disorders

    Relationships

    Eating & Body Issues

    Psychologist Near Me

    Jade’s Tip For Observing Your Thoughts

    If we observe ourselves, without judgement, if we put the incessant chatter of the mind on pause for a moment, we can see ourselves. Notice what is there. What calls your attention? Is there tension in the jaw? Tension in the shoulders? Just notice. Observe. Or is there a pit in the stomach? A slump in the shoulders? Observe, no judgement, no reaching conclusions. Just letting it be, not seeking to change it, just observing what calls your attention with a little distance. Can you send curiosity to those sensations, to that part of you? And see if what you notice actually has something to say.

    Sometimes when we feel stuck, when we can’t decide, or when our mind demands something: we feel the need to do, to please, to be productive. But if we take a closer, mindful, gentle look, another part of us says something else…  Maybe the body is tired? Sometimes that pit in the belly just wants to be comforted. We can gently ask the demanding mind to respectfully sit aside whilst we attend to it.

    Outside the therapy room

    Since joining the beach side crews of Sydney, I have been determined to learn to surf, which I now do, kind of, without grace or style, but with a great smile. That early wake up call is never easy, but seeing the sunrise on the Australian ocean is a special kind of magic (the perfect antidote if your young children have been keeping you up at night).

    Sydney Psychologists Beach Sky Trees

    What I’m Reading…

    A self-confessed “psychology nerd”, you’ll find Jade with three therapy books on the go, by her bedside table, ready to be picked up as she settles in for the night.

    Book your Session with Jade

    $160.20 w/Medicare Rebate
    $245 without Medicare Rebate
    Mon, Tues & Wed

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  • APRIL ASH

    Sydney Clinical Psychology April Ash The Indigo Project

    April Ash

    CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

    “Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”

    – BRENE BROWN

    April is a Clinical Psychologist working with a range of presentations, her main area of speciality being grief and loss – whether physical, in the form of a relationship or identity.

    April believes in the creation of a judgement-free space where an individual can safely explore and reflect on themselves and their world, while being witnessed and gently guided in developing greater self-awareness, acceptance and ultimately meaningful change.

    Sydney Clinical Psychology The Indigo Project
    Sydney Clinical Psychologist April Ash, Trauma Anxiety

    April is renowned for her warm, collaborative and down to earth approach. Having worked with people from all walks of life and in a diverse range of practical settings, she is passionate about integrating different approaches to therapy to tailor to each individual’s needs.

    April has an interest in working holistically, understanding the importance of the mind and body, and fun and creativity. She is particularly interested in helping her clients create meaning within their lives and supporting them in cultivating connections as well as creating and accepting change.

    Book your session with april

    Grief & Loss

    Anxiety

    Trauma

    Gender & Sexuality

    Adolescents

    Stress

    A plant and mirror in a white room

    April’s small steps for dealing with grief & loss

    Feel your loss – Whether you’re numb, consumed by emotion or somewhere in between, it can be helpful to spend some time sitting with our loss. Although difficult, we need to feel the pain in order to process and make meaning from loss.

    Express your loss – Talk about it, write about it, sing about it, dance to it, put a tune to it. Expressing grief, particularly through writing or other creative pursuits, can help process the deeper emotional content of our grief

    Try to take meaning from your loss – What has this loss taught you about what’s important in life? How has it changed you and shaped you?

    Bring it back to basics – Look after yourself as best you can. Focus on exercising, eating proper meals, getting enough sleep, connecting with your support networks and keeping a routine to help give you purpose.

    Be gentle – There’s no right way to do it and you’re doing the best you can.

    Outside the therapy room

    April can be found on weekend adventures all over Sydney, trying out new restaurants and cafes. She’s a keen tennis player and loves being out in nature, hiking and chasing waterfalls. April savours time with those she loves, and spending time alone, reading, listening to podcasts and binge-watching Netflix series. She has big love for a good macchiato and the kitchen is her happy place.

    April Ash Psychologist The Indigo Project Hiking at Sunset

    What I’m Reading…

    THE CIRCADIAN CODE SATCHIN PANDA

    The Circadian Code is an interesting and informative read on how to re-align or get in sync with our body’s instinctive biological rhythm. It has been a good reminder and guide in slowing down, listening to my body on a biological level and refocusing on the basics for general wellbeing.

    Book your Session with April

    $160.20 w/Medicare Rebate
    $285 without Medicare Rebate
    Tues, Wed and Fri

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  • SAM BARR

    Sydney Psychologist, Sam Barr

    Sam Barr

    CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

    “The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.”

    – JOSEPH CAMPBELL 

    Sam is a registered psychologist with a deep love of music and a passion for helping people. Rather than specialising in particular troubles or issues, however, it is his way of seeing things that characterises his approach. Sam’s practice revolves around awareness, acceptance, integrity, creativity and humour.

    In the therapy room, Sam suspends assumptions and keeps his mind open, making room for unexpected possibilities. He has a deep faith in people’s ability to change, and in the power of relationships, including therapy, to catalyse that growth in multiple ways, at different levels and tempos.

    Sydney Psychologist
    Psychologist Surry Hills, Sam Barr

    His approach to therapy draws on the principles of Gestalt therapy, as well as other humanistic approaches. Sam values connection above all else, both within and outside of therapy.

    Sam once spent six months travelling around North and Central America, surfing and living out of a van. Later, he lived and worked in Quito, Ecuador for half a year. He says by far his greatest adventure, however, has been becoming a husband and father.

    Book your session with sam

    Depression 

    Relationship

    Grief & Loss 

    Anxiety

    Family Issues 

    Stress

    A plant and mirror in a white room

    Sam’s relationship tip

    A wise soul once said the fundamental question in any relationship is, “How can I be me, and be with you?”.

    This is no mean feat! It’s a worthy and fertile quest, however, one brimming with opportunities for awareness and personal growth, as well as joy, solace, and intimacy. As Martin Buber counsels, try to know what you feel, say what you mean, and do what you say. Welcome to the beautiful struggle!

    Outside the therapy room

    When he’s not doing the laundry and grocery shopping, Sam can be found playing Scrabble with his family, or bodysurfing with them at Sydney beaches. After dark, he’s out playing as many gigs as he can get, drumming with various small jazz combos at little venues around town.

    Music Art Culture The Indigo Project
    Thelonious Monk

    What I’m Listening To…

    Thelonious Monk. A true original, Monk simultaneously regards and disregards the rules of music, creating something that – to Sam’s ear – is bent just right. You can be sure Monk’s recently discovered lost album is on his vinyl wish list.

    Book your Session with Sam

    Individual:
    $170.50 w/ Medicare Rebate
    $295 without Medicare Rebate

    Couples:
    $225.50 w/Medicare Rebate
    $350 without Medicare Rebate

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