Welcome to Embley House
Counselling for children, adolescents and adults
Does your child experience emotional, social or behavioural difficulties?
Does your child have difficulties with separation anxiety or school refusal?
Do you need help with parenting?
At Embley House Counselling for Children (near Joondalup) we believe therapy relies on supporting children in an environment saturated in safety, encouragement, empathy, respect and unconditional positive regard. If a child feels free to play, to explore and deal with their emotions, issues and sense of self, in a non-judgmental atmosphere, they will begin to gain self-regulation, self-esteem and create a positive identity from which they can build upon.
Whether it is anxiety, school refusal, anger issues, self-esteem issues or many other presenting concerns, Embley House Counselling for Children achieve results because children look forward to coming to their sessions. We understand that every child and every family is different and thus we deliver our therapy in a way that is tailored to the specific child and family.
After assessing the unique situation of both your child and your family, we develop an individual child and family therapy plan. This may comprise one or more of the following modalities of therapy:
(Please click the respective item for further information)
|Donna or Jeff will discuss the appropriate modality of therapy with you at the initial parent consultation
Embley House Calendar
Play Therapy is a very effective therapeutic/counselling approach designed to help children [or adolescents] experiencing emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. Appointments are available between Monday and Friday for on-on-one sessions with Donna or Jeff.
A 3-Day Social Skills Club for Children
Important life skills, learnt in a fun and exciting way
Monday 4th, Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th July 2016 (10am - 2pm)
Learn to manage difficult behaviour, increase family harmony and allow your children to flourish
To engage your children's cooperation by positively noticing and encouraging them
To set clear expectations and help them to develop frustration tolerance
To help children's brains to develop filters for behaving well
To solve family conflict quietly
Some simple strategies to practise being a calm parent
Advice to help your attachment with you child
Helping you to develop more child focused parenting strategies
One-day course: Saturday 22nd October 2016 (9.30am to 3.00pm)