Counsellor – Individuals and Couples
Anne has been working as a counsellor at Home and Family Counselling for about 20 years. She has had extensive training and experience in a wide range of counselling approaches, enabling her to work with a variety of adults and couples.
Counsellor – Families, Couples, Individuals, Children, Adolescents, and Supervision
John is a member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC) and his professional practice includes working with families, couples, individuals and adolescents. John also provides supervision for students and practitioners.
Counsellor – Individuals, Adolescents & Couples
Sherry was born and lived in China until moving to New Zealand in 2001. She has completed an honours degree in psychology and has just completed a degree in counselling, also with honours, both from the University of Auckland.
Counsellor – Families, Couples, Individuals.
Viv’s training supports narrative therapy, collaborative therapy and solution-focussed therapy approaches to counselling. Viv believes counselling is a calling and is very committed to her work as a counsellor.
Viv is a provisional member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (NZAC).
General Counselling for Individuals and Couples. Working with men who have undergone trauma. Supervision
Peter is an experienced counsellor whose career in helping people started when he began his nursing training in 1978. His qualifications include NZ Registered Nurse, Certificate in Counselling in Mental Health and Diploma in Counselling.
Counsellor/Practice Manager. Families, Couples, Individuals and External Supervision
Dee is an experienced Family Therapist who enjoys working with all kinds of families including those in blended, same sex, and single parent configurations. She has many years of practice working across culture with families. Dee trained in Functional Family Therapy and this informs her work along with other models.
Families, Couples, Individuals
Rachel has experience helping people with anxiety, depression, PTSD, addiction, eating disorders, self-harm, sexual distress, relationship and parenting challenges, life transition and work issues, and completes her Master of Counselling degree at the end of November 2017. She provides empathic, non-judgemental and effective counselling.
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.