Areas of Expertise
Through the use of creative therapies, children are able to explore and process any current issues including, family changes & breakdown, trauma, anxiety, depression, grief and behavioural concerns.
Teenagers are in a constant state of change. Physiological and developmental changes, while typical for this stage of life, can bring about complicated emotions that teens and parents can struggle to understand. Through a mixture of talk and creative therapies, the counsellor can help navigate this process.
Trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, life changes, eating disorders, and other struggles can occur to anyone at any stage of life. The Counselling environment provides a caring, confidential and collaborative relationship that enacts lasting change for individuals.
Couples & Family
The Counsellor provides a safe environment for couples and families to work through any issues currently impacting their relationships. Family breakdown, divorce, sexual issues, communication difficulties, changes to the family structures, trauma, grief and others are areas that can be brought to the counselling room.
Facilitation & Speaking Engagements
Blueprint Counselling is available for speaking engagements and group facilitation for schools, workplace and ministries. Workshops consist of Making Sense of Mental Health, Goal Setting for Teenagers and Young Adults, & parenting workshops for parents just beginning their journey, or navigating the teenage years. Please reach out using the contact form to see how we can work with you.
Jenelle obtained her Master of Counselling from Morling College and is an intern member with PACFA. She has worked with parents and adolescents for over 20 years in a mentoring, group facilitation, speaking/teaching and leadership capacity within schools and church settings, as well as working along side students and adults in a coaching role.
Jenelle is passionate about creating a safe environment for children, adolescents, couples and families to explore their issues, discover their potential and connect with hope. She has experience working with children on the Autism Spectrum and their families and has seen the positive impact therapy can have for them. Jenelle has counselling experience working with individuals, couples, children and adolescents who have presented with issues such as grief, trauma, D.I.D, attachment trauma, anxiety, depression, postnatal depression and relationship difficulties.
Using an integrated approach, Jenelle draws from interpersonal therapy, person-centred therapy, emotionally focused therapy, attachment theory, gestalt therapy, cognitive therapies, systems theory and creative therapies, to create a caring, confidential, collaborative environment unique to the individual.
Belinda has a Master of Counselling from Morling College and is a registered member of PACFA. She has worked in both childcare and the aged care industry gaining experience and understanding of human development stages and the concerns that arise.
Currently Belinda is working with women experiencing complex trauma from their childhood that has manifested in destructive behaviours, trauma and grief at a women's rehabilitation centre.
Belinda has a passion to create a safe environment for her clients so they are able to navigate their current situation, overcome obstacles and reach their full potential. For children, adolescent and adults suffering from trauma and grief related complications, Belinda uses an integrated approach drawing from interpersonal therapy, attachment theory, transactional analysis, creative therapies, person-centred therapy and Gestalt therapy.