Our counselling service consists of a diverse group of professionals. We provide a free and confidential counselling service to all of our students in a supportive and welcoming environment.
BBSc (Hons), DPsych (Forensic), GradCert (Aboriginal Studies), CertIV (Grief and Bereavement)
Bronwyn completed her study at the University of Melbourne in 2001 and subsequently worked in the women's prison system providing both group and individual therapy for 8 years. She commenced working as a student counsellor at the Gippsland Campus in 2013 and endeavours to empower students to overcome obstacles and develop resilience, both with respect to their study and their personal issues. Bronwyn has a background in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), but uses a multi-faceted approach to meet the needs of her clients.
Krystel in on Maternity leave, returning July 2023.
BA (Psych), GradDipPsych, MPsych (Couns)
Krystel has completed a Masters of Psychology (Counselling) at Monash University and is a registered psychologist. Krystel has worked in community, educational and private settings since 2011. Krystel has a warm, compassionate and non-judgemental approach to counselling and aims to work collaboratively with students to develop insight and facilitate positive change.
BBSc (Flinders University), BBSc(Hons) (Flinders University), Registered with Psychology Board of Australia
Miriam is a registered psychologist who prior to commencing work for the University was employed as a psychologist in a public mental health service and also within a government setting. She has experience working with individuals with a range of different presenting issues including mood and anxiety disorders, stress and sleep difficulties. Miriam utilises a cognitive behavioural therapy approach and incorporates motivational interviewing and mindfulness strategies. She is committed to achieving the best possible outcome with her clients.