Soul Counselling

Soul Counselling

Professional Counselling and Supervision in Hastings, New Zealand

Full Member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (MNZAC)

434 Heretaunga Street West, Hastings, Hastings Central 4122

Contact: 021305532

Email: annareeves.counselling@gmail.com

About me

I have been working in mental health, addiction, domestic violence, family and sexual harm, general counselling, and professional supervision since 2008.

Qualifications: Certificate in Supervision (Unitec), Toi Paematua Raranga (TWOA), Bachelor of Arts (Massey), Bachelor of Māori Art (TWOA), Graduate Certificate Addictions (AUT), Postgraduate Diploma of Education (Massey), Master of Counselling (Massey), PhD Candidate (Auckland).

Why attend counselling?

Sometimes difficult life experiences can result in us blaming or hurting ourselves and others. Counselling is designed to be a safe place, somewhere non-judgemental and supportive where we can come up with ideas to help manage whatever problem you are facing.

I have experience supporting people with stress, bullying, parenting issues, relationship difficulties, relationship separation, sexuality or gender identity issues, attachment issues, grief, loss, pregnancy loss (including miscarriage and abortion), depression, anxiety, other mental health issues, addiction (alcohol, drugs, gambling, or another substance or behaviour that is causing problems), trauma, family violence, sexual abuse and sexual harm.

I work with individuals, couples, families, support people and whānau.

What does it cost?

There are ways that your counselling may be free.

I am approved by ACC to provide therapy and Supported Assessment to people who have experienced sexual abuse or assault. I am approved to provide EAP (Employee Assistance) counselling for Benestar and Vitae. I am approved to provide mild to moderate mental health counselling and psychological intervention for the Primary Mental Health Programme at Health Hawkes Bay.

If you don’t fit the criteria above, or wish to access counselling privately, my fee is $120 an hour (GST inclusive). If you are not sure, please feel free to contact me for more information.

If I am unable to work with you for some reason (or you decide I am not the right counsellor for you), I may be able to suggest other services that could be helpful to you. You can call or txt me on 021305532, or email annareeves.counselling@gmail.com

If you ring me and I am not able to answer, please leave a message and I will get back to you within 24 hours. Everything we talk about is completely confidential. No one else can access my phone messages or email.

Where is the office?

My office is at 434 Heretaunga St West (between “The Roast Shop” and “Mana Bikram Yoga” studio, opposite to “Bunnings Trade”). Parking outside is $1/hour, there is free parking on the streets nearby.

I am usually available 9:00am – 8:00pm Monday – Friday. I can sometimes do appointments outside of these hours, please discuss this with me.

Please note: I welcome LGBTIQ+/Takatāpui, and people from any/every cultural background. You will be accepted just as you are.

If you want more information or have any specific questions, just get in touch.

Clinical / Cultural Supervision

I have experience supporting practitioners in health and social services to develop the skills, ability, and awareness to work effectively with people.

Supervision is strictly non-judgemental and non-critical space to discuss any professional or personal concerns. It is a shame-free blame-free process designed to support you to the be the best you can be.

Cultural supervision covers colonisation/decolonisation, indigenous models of practice, Te Reo Māori, and anything else you would like to learn or practice.

My fee for supervision is $120 an hour (GST inclusive).

“Reclaiming our power, healing ourselves, loving ourselves, knowing ourselves – these ideas are becoming more and more common, why? Because they are the pathways to our own freedom and happiness.” – Yung Peublo

“Whenever people are abused, they do many things to oppose the abuse and to keep their dignity and their self-respect. This is called resistance. The resistance might include not doing what the perpetrator wants them to do, standing up against, and trying to stop or prevent violence, disrespect, or oppression. Imagining a better life may also be a way that victims resist abuse.” – Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter

“The most intense conflicts, if overcome, leave behind a sense of security and calm that is not easily disturbed.”  – C.G. Jung

Need help right now?

If you are in crisis, the Emergency Mental Health Services (EMHS) number is 0800 112 334.

If you need support right now, please contact Need to Talk? 1737 Free call or txt anytime 24/7