"May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears"

Nelson Mandela

Norwest Counselling

At times in life we can find ourselves longing for a blank slate, a different outcome. Maybe we are a struggling in our relationships; or with a difficult life situation.

It might even be a struggle we are having within ourselves, robbing us of all that life has to offer. Either way, the picture we want eludes us. We feel stuck.

If this is you it might be time to talk to someone who is outside your situation – someone who is empathetic and who can apply their professional expertise to help you through.

This is where we come in.

I went to Deb as a last resort, desperate for a solution to an ongoing personal issue. I found her to be both compassionate and professional. Within a few sessions we had resolved what I thought would be a problem forever

Jarrod, 28

Sales Representative

About Deborah

Deborah Sanasi obtained her Psychology Degree from Monash University, Melbourne and her postgraduate counselling qualifications from Excelsia Institute, North Ryde and the Institute of Emotionally Focused Therapy, Annandale.

She sees individuals of all ages and professions who are experiencing personal or relational difficulties.

Deborah is Professional Counsellor & Psychotherapist BA(Psych) MA(Couns) Grad. Dip. Emotionally Focused Therapy (candidate) MCAPA (Membership No.41887) PACFA (Reg. Clinical No.22044).

At Norwest Counselling we believe that every life holds inherent worth & value.

People are incredibly resilient given the right help and support. We see it time and time again. It’s not just about ‘coping’ with what life has handed you, although coping is important. It is also about moving through the ‘stuck’ points to a new level of emotional well-being.

When this happens, people get to draw a different picture on their own slate.

Individual Sessions $130/hr        Couples Sessions $140/hr

Services

Anxiety

Depression

Anger Management

Abusive Relationships

Couples Counselling

Grief & Loss

Healthy Relationships

Stress

I am much more aware of my needs and how to ask for emotional support when I need it. My relationship with my husband is stronger and more supportive for me and for him.

Heather, 42

Welfare Worker