Jasmine Oliver

Psychotherapist

 

Psychotherapy is a journey of self-discovery. I offer a safe space to find a deeper understanding of who you are. I see Psychotherapy as a way to move forward and make positive change by bringing to awareness the different ways you operate in your relationships and in the world around you.

 

I see people with a range of issues including:

  • trauma
  • anxiety
  • low self-esteem
  • depression
  • OCD
  • substance use
  • grief and loss
  • illness
  • parenting difficulties

 

Counselling/Therapy Services

I am passionate about psychotherapy and have watched many clients make profound changes as we create a safe space to explore issues in an environment where they can feel free to express themselves as they are without judgement.

Because we are all different, I believe that Psychotherapy is about creating a holistic space to positively benefit each individual in the best way possible. I therefore draw on a range of theories and techniques to inform my practice with each client to help support individuals to make positive life changes.

I offer both short term and long term psychotherapy to adolescents and adults who are struggling to move forward, are feeling stuck, or facing difficulties in their lives.

I provide a safe, honest and confidential space to explore deeper issues and to begin to make sense of why you may repeat patterns of behaviour, think and feel the way you do.

I receive regular and ongoing supervision to maintain best practice for my work.

 

Background and Experience

I have been involved in several NGO’s for the past 15 years including Youthline, Lifeline and Kauri Trust where I have taken on various roles within the community as a Youth Worker, Psychotherapist, Group Facilitator, Drug and Alcohol Practitioner and Phone Counsellor. I have worked in various schools and universities as a student counsellor supporting young people and students. I gained a wealth of experience at Waitakere Abuse and Trauma Counselling Service where I worked as a student Psychotherapist alongside survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence. I now work primarily in private practice as a Psychotherapist and can offer both face to face and on line therapy.

 

FAQs

Q Registrations and Memberships

- Registered Psychotherapist
- Member of NZ Association of Psychotherapists (MNZAP)

Q Qualifications

- Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
- Graduate Diploma Psychosocial Studies
- Masters of Health Science, (Psychotherapy)

Q Appointments

Available times:
Monday – Friday
To be negotiated as per availability
Some after hours spaces available

Q Fees

- $140 per session

Q Payment Options

Bank deposit, cash or cheque