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Dr Robert Dawborn specializes in the treatment of severe and longstanding mental health issues. This includes people with longstanding depression, longstanding anxiety or longstanding low self esteem or self confidence, complex post-traumatic-stress-disorders including dissociative disorders and the trauma of sexual abuse, as well as ‘personality disorders’. Other people may have had feelings of ‘emptiness’ or of being ‘lost’ [...]
Visit the Medicare website to see the new safety net thresholds for 2013.
In another blog on ‘experiences of therapy’ I have said that contemporary psychotherapy is based on relationship theory and trauma theory. The therapeutic relationship which has also been called an ‘intimate relationship’ (Russell Meares, 2000) is one in which we are free to be ourselves and from this position we are also free to explore [...]
There are many ways of thinking about how and why counselling or psychotherapy works. This blog invites a discussion in order to help those of you who are curious about therapy but don’t know how, or if, it could help you. We can discuss the general theory of how counselling might help and we can [...]
Michael Warner has decided to leave WillungaTherapy after 10 years to establish his own practice in Frankston. I would like to thank him for his contribution to WillungaTherapy over the years and wish him and his wife Kate well in their new practice. He can be contacted at Mirool Counselling Centre Tel: 9783 3222
Dr Dawborn is a GP with counselling qualifications, so can provide counselling & psychotherapy under medicare without referral. GPs can also refer you to see Dr Dawborn (who is himself a Medical Practitioner) under a GP Mental Health Treatment Plan. Dr Dawborn can see people with mild, moderate or severe mental health issues – initially [...]