• understanding yourself | building resilience | growing relationships
  • Alison is a trained counsellor registered with the Australian Counselling Association

    I received a Bachelor of Arts majoring in counselling a number of years ago, and while working full-time in HR and adult education for a not-for-profit non-government organisation and more recently for the WA State Public Sector, earned post-graduate degrees in Education and Human Resources. After working for many years in Human Resources and Adult Learning and Development fields I realised that my primary interest and passion is to assist others to understand themselves better and improve their self-esteem, self-efficacy and sense of worthiness. I am also interested in assisting and supporting people to address and learn to manage their anxiety, sadness or feelings of being overwhelmed, to build resilience in dealing with life’s inevitable ups and downs and to enjoy fulfilled and meaningful relationships with other people.


    In 2019 I decided to pursue my long-held interest in counselling as a career and in early 2021 I completed a Diploma in Counselling through the Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors (AIPC). I completed an additional qualification in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in 2022. I am currently a Level 1 member of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).


    Towards the end of 2021 I fulfilled another dream of moving with my husband (and our two dogs Helen and Amanda) to Tasmania to live in Ranelagh in the beautiful Huon Valley. This move has provided me the opportunity to set up my own private practice in the counselling field and as of April 2022, I am pleased to offer face-to-face counselling sessions currently located in Huonville (30 minutes south from Hobart) as well as on-line video counselling sessions which can be accessed by clients anywhere in Australia.


    I am currently seeing adult clients only, and in addition to the above, have a particular interest in assisting people experiencing grief and loss.

  • Services

    You can book face-to-face counselling sessions with Alison at Huonville ($80 per session), or secure online video counselling ($70 per session).

    Grief and Loss

    Building Relationships

    Growing in Confidence

    Succeeding at Work

    Building Resilience

  • Session types & times

    Counselling sessions open for booking now




    per 50 minute session


    Or phone or text 0412 249 381 to make an appointment with Alison.


    Appointment times will be subject to room availability in Huonville.


    Australia wide

    Video Counselling



    per 50 minute session

    Or phone or text 0412 249 381 to make an appointment at a time to suit you.


    Google Meet

    Encrypted peer-to-peer





    Free 20 min

    video conversation

    Or phone or text 0412 249 381 to make an appointment at a time to suit you.


    A free information session to find out whether Alison would be a 'good fit' for you.


    Google Meet

    Encrypted peer-to-peer

  • Payments

    Credit card payments for remote counselling sessions

  • FAQs

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  • Alison's Blog

    Quotes, snippets and brief articles about Counselling

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    Huon LINC Building, 1 Skinner Drive, Huonville
    Mon to Fri: 9:00AM to 5:00PM