About Rohan Watson Counselling & Coaching
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 the University of Southern Queensland. Rohan is currently researching a Master’s thesis focusing on early intervention mental wellbeing in SMEs.
As a Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Mental Health Researcher, Rohan is dedicated to helping unlock the potential in people to live life happily and more purposefully. Genuinely caring, Rohan offers a safe and private transformational counselling setting for achievement of positive client-desired outcomes.
Rohan is experienced in supporting people from all walks and seasons of life and has a proactive track-record of serving his community. This includes programs coaching and mentoring young people from diverse backgrounds, and the present delivery of counselling services for a not-for-profit organisation caring for persons with cancer and their families.
Facilitating and delivering mental health programs across rural and remote Australia has given Rohan unique insights into the needs of rural communities. This has extended to currently conducting counselling services for a specially funded rural community support program alongside GPs and other allied health professionals.
Rohan also provides professional psychotherapy services to employees at all levels nationally through EAP based services. As well, he has a special interest in delivering online mental wellness life-skills programs.
Help sought early hastens wellness recovery
Trauma, depression, anxiety, lingering sickness, grief, loneliness and relationship breakdown are common to humankind and our thinking and behaviour can alter because of any one those conditions. To put that into perspective on just one particular level, did you know that each year close to 5 million Australians will encounter a mental health challenge?
Seeking professional help early has shown links to shortened recovery time and improved quality of recovery. Reportedly though, too many people delay or go without treatment. Should we therefore be surprised that mental illness is our nation’s third leading cause of disability burden?
I think you’d agree that in life, most of us experience our share of out-of-the-blue curveballs? Times when our wellness and wellbeing becomes shaken to the core. Tough times simply don’t discriminate. Even the most resilient persons can find themselves overwhelmed. What’s important is getting the right support and guidance as soon as possible. It is paramount for improving the likelihood of faster restoration to a healthier, happier, and more purpose-filled path.As a nationally registered counsellor and accredited member of the Australian Counselling Association, I offer you the convenience of being able to talk with a professionally trained therapist from the privacy of your own home, or virtually anywhere else, that’s distraction free and comfortable.