Pets and People was founded to help connect pet owners with qualified and experienced pet loss counsellors who are ready and willing to support people in this difficult time.
Share the loss of your pet with a therapist who will understand and support you...
Absent Companion and Adversity Wellbeing Services (ACAWS) is a no-charge phone counselling line for grieving or distressed individuals, attended to by qualified counsellors registered with the Australian Counselling Association with additional grief training. We offer appointment-based support for families facing grief or injury of themselves or family members – human or animal. The aim of our care is […]Read More
The Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement Counselling and Support Service, provides a Victorian statewide specialist bereavement service for individuals, children and families who need assistance following the death of a companion animal. For further information phone (03) 9265 2100 or go to www.grief.org.au Please note: The Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement is not […]Read More
I chose my counselling profession when I was 13 years old at a time in my life where I felt the loneliest. It wasn’t until my early 30’s that I began my career in the helping industry. I have always had a passion for people and love the idea of empowering people, by providing new information, […]Read More
Veterinarian David graduated in 1980 from the University of Queensland and spent 20 years in private veterinary practice in Australia and the United Kingdom before deciding to pursue a career in counselling and personal development. He worked initially in mixed practice then mostly in small animal practice. His special interests during his time in practice […]Read More
I have always wanted to help people, and after many years in the corporate world chose the path to counselling. I have Bachelor and Master degrees in Counselling and Psychotherapy. I also have a private practice and work with a variety of issues ranging from Anxiety, Depression, Grief and Loss, Relationship issues, Stress, Domestic Violence […]Read More