Malvern VIC Workplace Bullying Counsellor For Women/Mental Health Service Launch

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Mindful Counselling Australia is now providing an updated range of counselling services for women in Malvern, Victoria, who are dealing with the consequences of workplace bullying.

Mindful Counselling Australia announced the launch of an updated range of counselling services for women who are dealing with bullying at their workplace. The mental health therapy center serves clients in Malvern, Victoria, and the surrounding area.

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With the new announcement, the team at Mindful Counselling Australia are dedicated to helping victims of bullying cope with the negative impacts on their mental health.

Although there are clear laws against workplace bullying, it is estimated that one in two people experience workplace bullying or harassment. Unfortunately, many of these people are women who suffer in silence for fear of losing their job. This decision can place them at risk of burnout or developing a mental illness such as depression, anxiety, or adjustment disorder.

The experts at Mindful Counselling Australia can help victims of bullying who feel ashamed, embarrassed or frightened through professional counselling. They can provide them with the support they need to overcome stress and anxiety, heal from the hurt of abuse and trauma, and rediscover their self-esteem and sense of self-worth.

Throughout the counselling sessions, director Asha Padisetti and her team allow clients to speak freely about their bullying experience in a safe, non-judgemental environment. Thus, counsellors have the opportunity to explore each client’s responses, reactions and behavior in order to gain an understanding of what is occurring.

The team work closely with clients to help them develop strategies so that they are able to increase their self-support and awareness at their workplace.

In addition to providing workplace bullying counselling, the mental health therapy center offers programs designed to help those who struggling with grief, loss or trauma, or are experiencing domestic violence or sexual violence.

A spokesperson for the company said: “Our own experiential learning has shown us that by cultivating a mindful approach in life we can become aware, open, curious and present to our experiences. By acknowledging our experiences and seeking appropriate and timely support we can live a more meaningful and beneficial life.”

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