Mens Information and Support Association Inc.

Our Counsellors

Blake

I chose to become a counsellor because of my own adverse life experiences and personal challenges, which lead me to see the importance of having a strong network of support. Being lucky enough to help others develop healthier patterns of thought and behaviour is something

Edna

Over my career I have worked with young people in need and spent 15 years working with people in the justice system those incarcerated and those in the community. I continue to work with people who have complex mental health needs and require support to stabilise in the community.

Stuart

Stuart has a strong commitment to working with men and hearing their stories. He is particularly interested in Narrative therapy and is also a facilitator on our Tranformation 24/7 workshops.

Scott

I have been a fulltime professional counsellor for 9 years. Prior to counselling, I commenced working life as an apprentice & then tradesman. I am here to support, men, women and have extensive experience in working with children.

Josh

With confidentiality, respect, and attentive listening I work with adults and young people accross a range of areas including but not limited to relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, regulating emotions, and changing negative communication patterns like anger.

To book a counsellor consider:

  • If you want a male or female counsellor
  • The issue you want to talk about, and any skills you think you should develop to address that issue
  • Times you are available to see a counsellor