Centre for Psychology and Counselling


Clinical Psychology, Counselling, Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis (Jungian) and Dream Analysis.


(Online counselling via Skype or phone will be considered)



Princess Chambers, 27 Market St, Fremantle, WA

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Consultations for:  Adults and Couples

Professional supervision for: Registrars, Specialist Psychologists and other health professionals

Susan Thorman

Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist (Jungian)

B.Sc. (Hons).(Psychology), M.Psych (Clinical),

B.A.(Anthropology), U.W.A..

Email Susan            or call        9335 6655

Mob: 0400 361 095

Susan has many years experience in public and private practice.  She has had a private practice since 2002 and has also worked for years in public adult psychiatry at RPH, community mental health and in health related areas where she has worked extensively with adults and families affected by cancer.   She has wide experience working with grief and loss (marital breakdown, death of a loved one, life threatening or chronic illness); childhood abuse and neglect; trauma (sexual and physical assault, domestic violence, military); addiction, substance use, depression, anxiety, eating disorder, personality disorder and other mental health diagnoses.

Professional supervision:

Supervision is tailored to individual need and interest. I focus on attunement to what is arising within the therapy relationship and how to make use of the transference, count-transference, dreams and imagery that may arise. Those wanting to deepen their understanding of process, to feel more confident in identifying and using transference and counter-transference or to work with imagery and dreams may find my approach very useful.”

Susan's approach:

Psychotherapy helps us be more of who we truly are and were born to be rather than taught to be. It therefore gives us a heightened sense of well-being by releasing us from entanglements and conflicts that otherwise keep us snarled in their grip for years, often without our full awareness.  It is only with the release of these energy-consuming entanglements that one becomes aware that these were there in the first place.  More often than not, at the end of treatment the patient feels released from some kind of prison or irksome, consuming situation.”

Fees

Fees are set well below recommended fees for clinical psychology consultations and will be discussed when you call. Medicare and health fund rebates apply.