About Rohan Watson — Counsellor & Coach
Rohan Watson is a member of the Australian Counselling Association and a general member of the International Association of Applied Neuroscience. He holds qualifications in Psychology, Counselling and Education from Monash University and USQ including a Master of Counselling (Advanced Practice) degree awarded with Distinction.
As a Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Mental Health Researcher, Rohan helps unlock the potential in people to live healthier, happier and more purposeful. Rohan is genuinely caring, and offers clients a private, professional and safe counselling setting. His focus is on providing genuine support and real solutions for achieving positive and transformational outcomes for clients.
Rohan helps people from all walks and seasons of life. He has a proactive track-record of serving his community which has included coaching and mentoring many adolescents and young adults from challenging backgrounds. As well, he’s supported delivery of counselling services for a not-for-profit organisation caring for persons with cancer and their families.
Rohan is experienced in facilitating and delivering mental health programs across rural and remote Australia. This has given him unique insights and a deep appreciation for the needs of people living in those communities. He has worked alongside GPs and other allied health professionals providing counselling services to a rural township as part of a specially funded community support project.
Rohan delivers professional psychotherapy services to employees at all levels nationally through EAP based services. He is also a highly sought-after Marriage Counsellor and Relationship Therapist.
Rohan’s Toowoomba based practice provides both specialist and generalist counselling that serves a wide range of client needs, locally and nationally. Rohan has a special interest in the online delivery of wellbeing programs. His current research is focusing on workplace mental health in Australian SMEs.
Rohan’s graduate and post-graduate level qualifications include:
Master of Counselling (Advanced Practice) awarded with Distinction – USQ
Graduate Diploma of Psychology – Monash University
Graduate Certificate of Counselling (Child Youth & Family Therapy) – USQ
Bachelor of General Education Studies – USQ
Find out how to get the best from Counselling
In this short PODCAST, Rohan Watson shares 7 helpful steps to get the best from Counselling.
Solutions for Living an Enriching and Purposeful Life
About Counselling Benefits
The benefits of counselling are difference-making in times of change and unexpected challenges. A professional, insightful and non-judgemental counsellor can help equip and empower you to more smoothly navigate life’s problems, as well as opportunities.
Counselling also enables an enhanced understanding of your own thoughts, feelings and responses. That knowledge supports positive, healthier self-care and fosters better interpersonal skills.
Counselling is a therapeutic way of seeing life from new perspectives. An experienced counsellor can guide you towards strengthening your resilience and help you to gain greater self-mastery.
So, embrace counselling, and you’ll be a step closer to real solutions for living an enriching and purposeful life.