About Kim

About Kim Greeve

Kim is an experienced counsellor with a Graduate Diploma in Counselling and membership with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA). Having a Master’s in Palliative Care and qualified as a Registered Nurse; Kim has extensive experience caring for people with life-limiting conditions. Kim’s extensive experience includes palliative care, voluntary assisted dying (VAD), and advance care planning, including advance health directives (AHDs); Providing counselling to support you through any palliative care or end-of-life issues/concerns that you may have.

Identifying as part of the LGBTIQ community, Kim provides an empathetic, non-judgmental and safe space for all, including the LGBTIQ community.

Counselling is a process of supporting you.

Counselling is a therapeutic service that provides a safe space to work through your problems or issues, including difficult life experiences or past problems impacting your present feelings and actions. Counselling empowers you to identify and accomplish goals, enhance personal growth, find clarity, and support you in building positive and meaningful relationships. Below are some common reasons people seek counselling.

Quite often, it’s not just one area of life that feels out of balance but a combination of issues that contribute to an overall sense of feeling overwhelmed or distressed. You may be struggling with thoughts and feelings about yourself, your life direction, or relationships with others. Counselling is a practical and helpful way to prioritise your concerns and work through them at your own pace. My Counselling and Me uses a person-centred approach to support you, believing a non-judgemental environment favours honest self-exploration.

Kim holds the following memberships & registrations:

Member of the Australian Counselling Association

Registered with the Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

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