What We Do


Whatever difficulties you are experiencing, I want you to know that you can come and talk to me in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential setting. Together we can discuss your concerns and put in place the necessary steps to help improve your situation.

Life is full of uncertainties and can leave us at times feeling anxious, stuck or feeling lost with our thoughts and emotions. My empathetic approach and expertise is to guide and empower people to strengthen their sense of self and build a framework for navigating the trials of life. I am insightful and help my clients to identify and understand their emotional issues through evidenced based therapies including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Acceptance Committment Therapy, Person-centered Therapy and Interpersonal Therapy.

“Overcoming difficulties leads to courage, self-respect and knowing yourself.”

Relationship Counselling Castle Hill
George Brun Counselling
Interpersonal Therapy

Talk Therapy

Talk therapy explores your feelings, thoughts and behaviours that are distressing you and assists in working towards changing these.

I can assist you to learn how to deal with stressful and challenging situations using healthy coping skills.

Common types of Therapies I use include:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)  — the link between a person’s thoughts, feelings and actions, and how each may affect their perception and wellbeing.
  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy — a type of CBT that integrates mindfulness.
  • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) — teaches positive behavioural skills to manage your stress, emotions and develop positive relationships. It is a type of cognitive behavioural therapy.
  • Interpersonal Therapy — helps you deal more effectively with people and situations you find difficult.
  • Supportive Psychotherapy — identifies stressful events that affect your mental health and helps you create healthy decisions with encouragement from your therapist.
  • Family Therapy — aims to improve your relationship with your family, and the family function as a whole. Therapy sessions are conducted with family members.
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) — helps you accept stressful events, such as experiencing psychotic symptoms, and commit to develop positive attitudes towards them and focus on the present moment.

“No matter what kind of challenges or painful situations you go through in life, deep down within we can find your inner strength to make changes to improve your life and well-being.”

George Brun Counselling