Professional Counselling and Psychotherapy

Our counsellors and psychotherapist 

offer a safe and private environment for people to share their concerns. They can help clarify your goals and consider options for change and equip you to resolve conflict and emotional issues, manage communication difficulties, and develop strong, healthy relationships. 

Our counsellors are members of professional bodies and are bound by a professional code of ethics, participate in ongoing, professional development and regular clinical supervision to maintain a standard of excellence.


provides an opportunity for you to talk with a trained counsellor to identify, understand and gain new perspectives on issues you are concerned about. 

Counselling helps people resolve crises, reduce distress, develop goals for change and improve their wellbeing. Counselling also assists with problem solving and developing inner resources to move on with life in meaningful ways.


focuses to a greater extent on achieving change in the personality or self. Often people notice that the nature of their personal difficulties is repetitive. Similar issues arise time and again in different contexts and relationships. Psychotherapy helps people achieve better self-understanding and change long-standing patterns of behaviour that may be disrupting relationships, work and study.

Specialised help is available in the following areas:

  • Individual Counselling

  • Couples Counselling

  • Family Therapy

  • Pre-marriage Prepare/Enrich

  • Professional Supervision

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Eating Disorders

  • Trauma

  • Mental Health issues

  • Relationship issues

  • Grief and Loss

  • Abuse

  • Self-harm

  • Stress Management

Call us 02 80941354 for more information or to make an appointment 
Our Counsellors

Mona Luxton
Master of Counselling.

Master of Social Work
Adv Dip Counselling & Family Therapy
Clinical Member CCAA

Supervisor ACA College of Supervisors

Mona has been working as a professional counsellor and psychotherapist since 2002. During that time she has attained a vast range of experience in various types of therapies and modalities for counselling issues such as;

  • Domestic Violence

  • Sexual abuse

  • Trauma

  • Relationship and family 

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Self-harm

  • Eating disorders

  • Addictions


Mona has  extensive experience in group work facilitation and has developed course programs for Domestic Violence and pre-marriage counselling along with a particular interest and extensive experience in working with women, and in 2010 founded and established a women's support service through the Charity organisation Bay City Care providing support for women through; 

  • Counselling, 

  • Case management and referral

  • Crisis support


Leigh van de Vorstenbosch

BSc (Hons)​

Dip Biblical Studies (Hons)

Cert III Bus Admin (Medical)

Master of Counselling


Leigh’s experience in Person-Centred, Narrative, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapies gives her a range of approaches to help those in need.

She has developed skills in the areas of

  • Life transition and adjustment

  • Grief

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Trauma and Childhood-related trauma

  • Relational issues