Maree b. Even
20 Years Experience
Maree has 20 years of psychology experience. During this time she has worked for both community and government agencies in the areas of mental health, alcohol and other drugs, corrections, women's services and research. Maree has been a sessional lecturer at Curtin University of Technology and Murdoch University in the School of Psychology. In partnership she has also owned and directed a corporate training business focused on Mindfulness, Positive Psychology and Emotional Intelligence. She currently consults in private practice in Wembley.
The most essential ingredient in all types of psychological therapy, as found by the scientific evidence, is the therapeutic relationship. This means, a good working alliance between therapist and client is important for a successful outcome.
Maree keeps in mind the Neuroscience of Psychotherapy. The general therapeutic leaning here is on Mindfulness, Body-Mind Connection, Affect, Limbic Resonance and the Therapeutic Relationship.
"Within a Psychodynamic framework, I keep in mind the importance of attachment and development. I also utilise a trauma-informed approach and psychological methods which assist with the embodiment of the whole self (e.g. Mindfulness, Somatic Experiencing, Emotional Focusing, Hakomi and Hypnotherapy).
I am curious about the different ways people relate to their inner world, other people and the world around them. I believe nourishing relationships, connecting to our emotional world and compassionate acceptance of all parts of ourselves, as human beings, is fundamental to our wellbeing.
My main areas of work include emotional difficulties, intimacy issues, developmental trauma (e.g. emotional neglect, sexual abuse), highly sensitive people and people wanting to connect to themselves and others in a more real and full way.”
We change, develop and grow through our relational experiences