Welcome to
Therapy Services
North Canterbury

Book online or call Dawn 022 642 0772
next booking available is November

Dawn Nolan
Interpersonal Psychotherapy
 
Adolescents & Adults in North Canterbury

1.

Individual Psychotherpy

Discover a deeper understanding of your feelings, thoughts, and behaviour. Address life's challenges and improve relationships

2.

Couples Therapy

Good relationships are clearly linked to mood & wellbeing. Couples therapy provides a safe space to find your voice and enable you to understand the needs of your partner.

3.

Supervision

Individual or Group Professional Supervision provided by an experienced Certified Clinical Supervisor 

4.

Debriefing

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing is designed to mitigate traumatic stress in the workforce, determine the need for further support, and assemble a sense of psychological closure 

following an incident.

5.

Training

Presentations, workshops, or support groups with educational components, tailored to your needs and delivered by an experienced qualified teacher

 
My Approach
Your Questions

Choosing a therapist that you can connect with is essential. 

I understand the first step on your road to recovery is finding someone you feel comfortable with and can trust. 

If you are feeling curious about my style and what it may be like to work with me, please feel free email or call with any questions you may have 

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About Dawn

It may sound like a cliché, but I am passionate about working closely with people in a safe therapeutic environment to support them to achieve mental well being and enrich their relationships. 

Getting Help

It may be time to seek therapy when an issue interferes with your functioning, is causing you distress, or takes you to the extremes of your emotions.

The reasons why you are thinking about therapy will be as unique as you are;  common issues that people experience include....

Depression 

Anxiety

Trauma

Self Esteem

Relationships

Stress 

"I was so bogged down, something had to change. It was the first time anyone had listened to me like that.  Dawn really understood  and using Te Whare Tapa Wha helped me to understand too."