A qualified and extensively experienced Counsellor and Group Facilitator, Bridgett guides HARP clients on their path to recovery. Using a best practise model of psychoeducational group therapy to deliver HARP’s patented curriculum, Bridgett has a demonstrated history of successful client rehabilitation.
Bridgett brings a comprehensive Alcohol & Other Drugs addiction counselling skillset, combining personal and professional experience in supporting those suffering with addiction. Interfacing on a daily basis with clients in recovery has placed Bridgett at the forefront of the mental health field, deploying Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in conjunction with relevant best practises to develop effective tools for resiliency, coping and behavioural regulation.
Bridgett’s passion for positive outcomes and addiction recovery has seen her go on to further study, achieving Diplomas in Alcohol and Other Drugs, Counselling, Mental Health and Community Services. A knowledgeable and empathetic counsellor, Bridgett assists clients in establishing healthier interpersonal relationships, and lifestyles free of problematic alcohol and substance abuse.
Leading by example, Bridgett pursues her own, diverse interests – live theatre, reading, travelling, and spending quality time with her family are all aspects of Bridgett’s dedication to her self-care. She believes that addiction recovery is within reach for anyone who wants it, and is willing to ask for help and put in the work.
- Diploma of Mental Health & Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Diploma of Counselling
- Diploma of Community Services