Scarlett works with Children, Adolescents, Parents and Individual adult clients for a variety of personal issues. She works with individual clients and families across the lifespan from five and upwards and offers a caring, sensitive and empathic workstyle in sessions. Listening to her clients needs and underlying goals is a major focus initially, while working through issues may take more time. Scarlett supports each individual or family to achieve their desires for therapy.
Scarlett has counselling training and experience and works with many issues including;
Grief and Loss
Sadness and Depression issues
Lonliness and Feelings of Rejection
Anger and Assertiveness Management
Academic and Learning Issues
Managing Chronic and/or poor Health
Health and Wellness
Her approach is largely facilitative: utilising Motivatioal Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused & Short-Term Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Appreciative Inquiry as well as Positive Psychology and Mindfulness practices. Adopting a Neurobiopsychosocial approach, she works with clients in an all-encompassing manner to move them from ambivalence to ambition and on to achievement in as much time as is needed or in as little time as is possible.
Intervention and Language
Scarlett has specific training and credentialling in a range of therapeutic interventions, special educational needs, ADD/ASD/Dyeslexia support, play therapy, psychometric assessments, family therapy, careers development and addictions with specific neurological, family and child development research interests.