Adults: • Depression • Anxiety concerns • Parenting (particularly for parents with children who are violent or exhibit problematic sexual behaviour) • Marital and family conflict • Family dynamic concerns • Anger management • Stress management • PTSD/Grief and loss • Trauma within the family
Graeme has experience working with children, adolescents, parents, and families within a range of settings; including community, education, clinical, disability and the juvenile justice and child protection systems. He has a particular interest in working with adults who are suffering from PTSD, anxiety, depression and with parents whose children have been diagnosed with developmental disorders (i.e. Autism, ADHD and behaviour disorders (i.e. oppositional defiant disorder).
Graeme is experienced in treating ‘single’ episode trauma (e.g. trauma that might result from a motor vehicle accident or a one off assault) and ‘complex’ trauma e.g. trauma that results from on-going sexual, physical and emotional abuse). He recommends a combination of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and trauma informed treatments for ‘complex’ types of trauma.
Graeme employs evidence-based interventions with clients aged from 5 to 80+. He uses a highly interactive and collaborative style in his approach. Graeme is particularly passionate about treatments for people who have been victims of sexual, emotional or physical trauma.