Gyeong hyang song

About Me

I work as a Korean qualified Interpreter (NAATI) since 2002 and as a qualified counsellor since 2017. I completed a Bachelor of Counselling at Australian College of Applied Psychology in 2016, including counselling practice in International Students Well-Being & Disability Team At Brentwood Secondary College for 8 months.


I was a member of Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) in 2017 and currently, am a member of Australian Counselling Association (ACA) in 2018. I am a private face-to-face and telephone-counselling practitioner in English and Korean. I live with a partner, Julian in Blackburn South, Victoria.

Qualifications

Experience

I draw on a range of therapeutic approaches and a broad knowledge base in my practice. I tailor sessions to meet the uniquely personal needs and circumstances of each client. Counselling techniques that I use in my practice include Client-Centred Interpersonal Therapy, Strengths-Based Counselling, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, relaxation skills and Solution-Focused Therapy. I am deeply dedicated to working effectively with my clients to help them achieve positive outcomes.


Engaging in mental health counselling sessions with Korean clients as a Korean interpreter since 2003 and started counselling practice in International Students Well-Being & Disability Team at Brentwood Secondary College for 8 months in 2016.  

Education

I completed a Bachelor of Counselling at Australian College of Applied Psychology in 2016.