Welcome to TherapyNZ

TherapyNZ offers psychotherapy services for people experiencing difficulties, and those who seek to increase self-awareness and learn techniques that aid towards living a fulfilled life. 

Depending on the scope of your concern, TherapyNZ offers either long or short-term psychotherapy. This is often discussed between yourself and your therapist about which form of therapy best suits you. Sessions are provided for adults on an individual basis, or couples and families who are seeking a safe and professional place were they can gain insight into their distresses, difficulties and issues. 

The goal of Psychotherapy is to encourage people to develop a greater understanding of their motivations, family dynamics and enables the discovery of more appropriate and healthy coping strategies. Psychotherapy often creates a change in a person's outlook, thinking pattern and behaviour through the safe and structured exploration of feelings, beliefs, thoughts, traumatic events, and personal history.

TherapyNZ can offer assistance with:

  • Anxiety and Worry
  • Depression
  • Grief and Loss
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Phobias
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Self-esteem
  • Life challenges and transitions
  • Communication
  • Behaviour problems
  • Parenting
And many other issues.

Please contact Brigitte if there is something specific you wish to discuss even if it is not listed above. 
Brigitte is also an ACC Sensitive Claims Provider (Adults) and an OCP Provider.

Brigitte is a psychotherapist who has experience working with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, family dynamics and trauma. Brigitte sees adults (individuals and couples) and families for long term and short term Psychotherapy.

All contact with TherapyNZ is treated in the strictest of confidence. No doctors referral is needed. WINZ funding may be applicable for sessions. Feel free to call Brigitte to discuss your situation in more detail, or go to the Contact us page to book a session.