Maree b. Even
20 Years Experience
Maree has over 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 Balance.
Maree currently consults in private practice in Wembley, providing psychotherapy and supervision. She is also undertaking further postgraduate training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with the International Masterson Institute in New York. This 3-year program includes intensive study of all psychodynamic models. It focuses on understanding and working with relational trauma and personality.
Maree works from a Psychodynamic framework. This is a developmental, self and object relations/attachment approach to psychotherapy. This type of therapy provides you an opportunity to explore your self; to understand who you are and what you need, and to become more aware of how you relate to yourself and to others. This therapy is generally mid to long term, depending on the needs of the individual, and is conducted on a weekly basis.
In the work of therapy your sense of self may become more whole; you may feel stronger, more confident, able to manage a greater range of emotions and be better equipped to handle life’s challenges. You may also grow in your capacity to have meaningful and satisfying relationships. You may then be able to create new possibilities and directions for yourself, and live life in a more creative and fulfilling way.
“Within a Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, I keep in mind the importance of attachment, development and personality . I also utilise a trauma-informed approach and psychological methods which assist with the embodiment of the real self . My main areas of work include emotional difficulties, intimacy issues, developmental/complex trauma (e.g. childhood emotional neglect, sexual abuse), addictions, highly sensitive people and those wanting to connect to themselves and others in a more real and full way.”
We change, develop and grow through our experiences of connection