WELCOME TO EXISTENTIAL PRACTICE

Kate is an existential psychotherapist specializing in complex trauma counselling. She helps individual adults and adolescents in Sydney to heal and minimize the impact of childhood trauma, single incident trauma or workplace injury or accident. Drawing on her extensive experience of working with torture and trauma survivors, she provides focused support and solid tools for people suffering from symptoms of Post-Traumatic stress and other maladaptive consequences of trauma.

She is available in Newtown or Summer hill clinics for face-to-face counselling or via Skype for online consultations. She is approved provider for NDIS, WorkCover, BUPA Private Health fund and Medibank Private Health fund. She is also a registered provider for eligible Employment Assistance Programs (EAP).

Please feel free to ask Kate if you have any questions about psychotherapy for trauma survivors.

“My memories were confusing and my past was too painful to talk about. I did not know there could be a way to become strong again, until I considered therapy. Kate helped me to make sense of what I was going through, and supported me in believing in myself again.”

(Jenny, Sydney, 34)

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Making Friends With Your Self-Critic. A Pathway Towards Higher Self-Esteem.

Ever caught yourself in a cycle of self-blame? Ever felt like procrastinating, under-performing, and then pushing yourself even harder, forcing yourself into doing stuff and failing to keep up with your own demands, then hating yourself, spiraling further into feeling not worthy. Failed projects, failed plans to follow the diet or exercise, failed attempts to … Continue reading Making Friends With Your Self-Critic. A Pathway Towards Higher Self-Esteem.

Making Sense Of Childhood Trauma. Is It About Blaming The Parents?

Survivors of adverse childhood experiences way too often struggle with the confusion about those experiences. As a childhood trauma psychotherapist, particularly in the beginning of the treatment, I see many people who wrestle with reality and narratives around the past events of their lives. They struggle to name what happened, how often, who was involved … Continue reading Making Sense Of Childhood Trauma. Is It About Blaming The Parents?

Recovering From Childhood Trauma? Track Your Progress.

Childhood trauma survivors often live with what I call “unstable minds”. They suffer from anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. Some struggle with personality disorders, some find it hard to respond to normal life challenges and crumble under stress easily. I often hear questions about hopes, possibilities and options for the survivors to heal from childhood trauma. … Continue reading Recovering From Childhood Trauma? Track Your Progress.

Narcissists In Therapy

I don’t like the word narcissist. It’s a blunt and primitive description of a complex cluster of behaviors and feelings. However, rather than complicating this post with a mouthful of more descriptive terminology (such as “people with narcissistic personality traits”) I will rather settle for one word, and stick to it. So here comes a … Continue reading Narcissists In Therapy

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