Active Counselling

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Psychology can be fun and engaging with Active Counselling interventions. 


It is now well known that our mind and body are tied together in an interconnected system and when one of these systems becomes unbalanced, it can significantly impact our quality of life. Active Health Psychology supports children and adolescents to activate their mind and body connection by combining psychological interventions alongside exercise and fun activities. 


Active Counselling is an alternative to traditional face- to-face therapy with the goal of creating a supportive, comfortable and engaging environment for young people to gain support in. Active counselling involves engaging in sports and activities with your Psychologist such as: 

  • Scenic mindfulness walks 

  • Basketball, tennis, handball and other ball sports 

  • Bike riding 

  • Fishing 

  • Play based therapy utilising parks and playgrounds