Michael Ossher is a psychotherapist with over a decade of clinical experience. He is trained in several models of contemporary psychology and is registered with international, national and state associations. At the Martin Place Practice, Michael concentrates on the individual and their needs, understanding that every individual is unique. Meeting those needs can include being able to find ways to express feelings and thoughts that are not presently fully understood. His approach is based on empathy and being fully attuned to his client's requirements, meeting the individual where they need to be met.
Michael has a long standing interest in human development. He began his professional life as a lawyer and has an understanding of exhaustion from work loads, frustration with not being able to find a work/life balance and coping within the corporate culture. This understanding has led Michael to shift his focus from organisations to individuals and the importance of integrating emotional and psychological elements into overall health.
For fourteen years, Michael has concentrated on developing the potential of the individual in the psychological space. His approach focusses on the integration of physical, emotional and psychological well being in an environment where his clients feel safe, at ease and understood.
Qualifications: BA, LL.B (Witwatersrand) LL.M (Cambridge), Diploma in Adult Psychotherapy, Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychotherapy. Registered: Australian Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (ARCAP); Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA); Counsellors & Psychotherapists Association of NSW (CAPA).