Choices Therapy

Counselling & Family Therapy

Individuals | Couples | Families

About me


Welcome!
My name is Amylia, and I am the owner and counsellor at Choices Therapy. I am registered with the Australian Counselling Association and have many years of clinical experience working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families.

I am passionate about my work and see counselling as an opportunity for constructive conversation; where therapist and client collaborate to establish and reinforce the client’s empowerment and self-awareness. Through my experience, I have found that this approach can put even the most nervous client at ease by establishing a culture of warmth, acceptance, and understanding within a professional setting. By helping clients to develop emotional awareness, healthy boundaries, and effective interpersonal skills I feel confident that my clients can achieve positive and lasting changes that will facilitate growth and resilience for years to come.

It is my aim to create a warm, welcoming, and safe space for clients to explore the hurts of the past, the challenges of the present, and their hopes for the future. The decision to use an integrated therapeutic approach means that I am able to customise each session to provide my clients with the most rewarding therapeutic experience possible.

Modalities commonly applied include: Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, and Systemic Family Therapy.



- Amylia Bell
Master of Counselling
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours)

Member of The ACA (Level 2)
About me

Resources


4 Horsemen of Conflict

Learn how to appreciate moments of conflict and harness them to strengthen your relationship.

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Coping Statements

A list of statements that you can use to manage your thoughts and feelings in different situations.

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How to Say No... Without Feeling Guilty

Setting limits can feel really uncomfortable, which means a lot of people shift their boundaries to avoid feeling the discomfort that can come with disappointing people. This handout provides you with tips on how you can say no without feeling guilty.

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Planning Matrix

A strategy for organising tasks.

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Contact


  • 41-53 Macadie Way, Merrimac QLD, Australia

Blog


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The Kindness Factor

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