Based in the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Annie Gurton has been helping people to thrive for many years.
She works with individuals who are experiencing recent or long-term issues
and couples who are experiencing problems in their relationship, especially in communicating. She is also a Registered Clinical Supervisor.
Annie says, ‘I offer an opportunity to talk through your experiences, emotions, behaviours and thoughts in a safe and confidential space, and find ways of living that are more rewarding and satisfying.’
I assist therapists, counsellors and students using a collegial approach to Supervision.
All are welcome
My clients are diverse and include people of all ages, orientations and backgrounds, many of whom are struggling to cope with life, and just want to be happy.
“Sometimes, we all need someone to talk to.”
She is also a registered Supervisor.
Annie also lectures in Counselling at ACAP and JNI.
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The Emotional Fallout of Co-parenting When parents separate and divorce, they often think that they are being fair if they agree to share the parenting of their children 50/50. Many courts support the decision, and give a nod of approval if the children spend equal...read more
Conscious Uncoupling and the benefits for the children There is hardly anything worse for children, except death, than having their parents separate. In playgrounds across the country, those words, ‘Mum and Dad are getting a divorce but they say its not my...read more
Go to this link to read the article in Mental Health Net Chaotic Attachment: Can People Change? ANNIE GURTON, MA BY ANNIE GURTON, MA APR 20, 2015 UPDATED APR 20, 2015 Annie Gurton uses a mixed toolbox of psychotherapeutic techniques, theories and approaches which...read more
Click here to go to article in Mental Health Net: Understanding the Therapeutic Alliance ANNIE GURTON, MA BY ANNIE GURTON, MA APR 1, 2015 UPDATED APR 1, 2015 Annie Gurton uses a mixed toolbox of psychotherapeutic techniques, theories and approaches which include...read more
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