Shelley Anderson started in the position of Executive Director in March 2014 however she is not new to Home and Family. Prior to this role, Shelley was the North Shore Manager of Home and Family Counselling for eight years.
Practice Manager and Counsellor
Individual, Couple and Family
Rachel is from New Zealand and has also lived in London for 10 years and Singapore for 8 years. Rachel is interested in working with people who might be struggling in some ways with anxiety, stress, grief, coping in relationships, or having concerns with parenting.
Family, Couple, Individual, Children, Adolescent, and Supervision
John is a member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC) and has twenty-six years’ experience working with families, couples, and individuals including children and adolescents. John also provides supervision for students and practitioners.
Family, Couple, Individual, Children, Adolescent
Kathryn Daley is a Registered Counsellor and full member of the NZ Association of Counsellors. She has been counselling since 2006 and completed her Master’s Degree in Counselling at Canterbury University. She has a genuine style, a down to earth and a collaborative approach to working with people of all ages and from all walks of life. Kathryn is experienced in supporting people with a range of issues including grief and loss; illness; separation and divorce; couple relationships; family dynamics; parenting; life transitions; managing stress; anxiety; depression; mood disorders; work/life balance; values and spiritual development; workplace issues; self-esteem and confidence; and recovery from abuse and trauma.
Cash (Clarence) Fillis
Individual, Couple, Children & Family
Clarence (aka Cash) regards counselling as a devotion to assisting others in a collaborative journey to achieve their goals, overcome barriers and to explore alternatives in their lives which will create meaning, fulfilment, harmony and stability.
Individual, Couple & Family
Counsellor/Practitioner, or Kaiwhakamahereora: the person who supports you to plan your own well-being
All of us get thrown off balance at times: distressing events, on-going stress and tiredness, unresolved grief or hurts from the past, fears for the future, and tensions in our relationships all impact on our bodies and minds in ways that impede our natural ability to live purposeful and fulfilling lives.