John Woodcock PhD
After travelling to the USA in 1979, I earned a license as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Masters in Counselling Psychology (CSUN, 1983). Over the next several years I practised as a depth or Jungian psychotherapist, continuing my professional development at the same time. I underwent ten years of personal Jungian Analysis between 1980 and 1995. My PhD is in Consciousness Studies with a focus on dreams, phenomenology, and Jungian Studies (TUI&U, 1999). Soon after graduating I returned to Australia and am currently working in private practice as a Jungian therapist.
This short video (1min) introduces my approach as a Jungian psychotherapist.
Anita Hansen MCFT BSW
I am an accredited Mental Health Social Worker with a Masters degree in Couples and Family Therapy and I have been practising as an individual and couples therapist since 1973. Having qualified as a Seven Principles Educator with John Gottman, I use the strategies of Gottman’s research in my work with couples. I specialise in trauma and its impact on relationships. Strategies from CBT, ACT, and the Psychodramatic method also influence my work.