PHONE: 0400 469 449
Hi, my name is Tim Hill.
I am a Melbourne counsellor and psychotherapist practising in the inner metropolitan area.
I do this work because I believe that with the right help and support, people change – I see it all the time. Whether you are battling something big or small, I believe that change is possible even when you don't know how to change, when things seem hopeless or when the odds are stacked against you; when you've tried and failed before; when it seems like no-one is on your side.
I help people make the changes they want in their lives through counselling and psychotherapy. I provide the support, help and guidance that people sometimes need to make these changes. I'll get behind the things you want to do and help you work towards them. I use my training and experience to help you make the changes you can't make on your own.
YEARS IN OPERATION
You can expect me to listen openly, treat you with respect and to not make you feel worse than you already do. I then work with you to find the right combination of skills, tools and insight that will allow you to get on top of your problem.
Private health insurance rebates may be available to you.
I work hard to understand your situation before we work on solutions.
Getting on top of this problem is going to help a lot.
I've helped many people change – perhaps I can help you too.
Let's talk so I can let you know how I intend to help.
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