Graeme James supports people to make sense of their lives, worries, and relationships in an impartial, caring, non-judgemental way. As an integrative therapist, Graeme tailors his approach to your specific needs. Sessions aim to help: increase your awareness; recognise and address reoccurring patterns, problems and feelings, and; learn and grow so that you manage better rather than react to life’s inevitable difficulties.
People consult Graeme James about:
Relationship and couple counselling.
Loss and grief including bereavement, major life challenges and serious illness.
Existential issues and life directions.
Trauma, anxiety and depression, feeling lost, stuck or confused.
Graeme James has been in private practice since 2002 and teaches counselling though university, has managed Lifeline Sydney and worked with Medibank Health for Beyondblue. He provides clinical and reflective supervision to health professionals from numerous registration pathways. His research investigated therapists’ sense and use of self during life-threatening illness.
Call Graeme James for a confidential appointment without need for a Medicare record. Private health insurance may apply.