Kaz Mitchell can help you make meaningful change and build richer connections, no matter what life stage or challenging situations you are facing.

Talking to an empathic and non-judgmental expert in the field of human psychology can assist you to make better choices for yourself in all areas of life: work, relationships, health and fitness.

Learning to be mindful and creating opportunities for greater self-awareness are all part of the counselling process that Kaz utilises in her sessions.

Kaz can help you act now and take responsibility for your own  future health and happiness so that down the track you can look back on a life well-lived!

About Kaz

Kaz is a fully qualified counsellor with 30 years experience supporting clients with their mental health and goal setting.   She provides individual and couples counselling, with a strong focus on supporting clients to focus on what is important in their lives and to feel motivated to make whatever changes they have in mind.

She also teaches in the Bachelor of Counselling course at the  Australian College of Applied Psychology and is a trainer at Vicserv, the peak governmentbody representing community-managed mental health services in Victoria.

As well as face-to-face consultations from a practice in Armadale VIC, Kaz also offers online counselling through Skype, for those who find it hard to access services for whatever reason (inability to travel or lack of counsellors in your area).  

Kaz also has experience working as a counsellor within the LGBTI community.

 Visit the contact page, and message Kaz with your phone number, if you'd like to know more about her service, how much it costs, times etc. 

If you would like to schedule either face-to-face counselling in Melbourne, or online from anywhere in Australia, contact Kaz Mitchell and she will arrange an initial free Skype session for both you and her to assess whether or not she can help.

Kaz Mitchell also offers long-term psychotherapy in Melbourne for those in need of deeper exploration, including the unpacking of childhood experiences that have left clients deeply affected in ways that make life difficult. Kaz uses a variety of counselling techniques and theories, depending on the issues and the client's needs. She mainly works with a person-centred approach that honours the client as expert in their own lives. She is also deeply interested in addressing existential concerns that delve into the meaning of life from the client's persepctive and explores the deep seated anxieties around living (and dying) that we all experience.