James Parker

Child and Youth Counsellor

James counsels neurodiverse children and teenagers who have been through or are going through family separation. James uses a tailored and strengths-based approach to build young people’s coping skills, working closely with parents while they adapt to family separation and learn to constructively manage the ups and downs of blended families. James brings over 20 years of professional work in the areas of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning difficulties and Family Separation Counselling to our team and is well known for his empathetic, play and strength-based approach.
James is currently completing his Masters Degree in Education at the University of South Australia, is married with three children and lives in South Australia. James consults in our Ubley rooms on a Monday and Tuesday.

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