Pamela (She/Her) is a Mental Health Clinical Social Worker with a Master's degree in Couple and Family Therapy and qualifications in adult education and training. She has worked as a counsellor, clinical supervisor, manager, educator, and program developer. Pamela is an accomplished, dedicated therapist committed to her profession and highly regarded.
She works with individuals, couples, and families presenting with a broad range of issues, from everyday life concerns, relationship problems to mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression. Committed to providing the highest standard of care and understanding, Pamela provides her clients with a safe, respectful, and confidential space to explore problems and achieve solutions.
Pamela has extensive experience in the areas of relationship distress, family conflict and breakdown, grief and loss, trauma, separation and divorce, parenting, anger issues, adjustment, and coping, emotional issues, post-separation parenting, stress management, and work-related issues.
Having worked with a diverse client group, Pamela is able to meet the therapeutic needs of a wide range of people. Her experience includes facilitating workshops for parents, children, and adults in mental health, resilience, and positive parenting, working with men, veterans, and their families, and providing corporate counselling and coaching.
Pamela has managed employee assistance programs within large organisations, providing mental health and psychological services to managers, employees, and their families. She has a strong interest in the relationship between work and well-being and has been involved in developing and implementing mental health and wellbeing programs across various public and private sectors.