Psychologist Dr Rhondda WaterworthNovember 10, 2022 | Therapists & Coaches France
Practical Solutions Psychology
Licensed psychologist Dr Rhondda Waterworth offers services to individuals, couples, children and families. She is registered as a psychologist (Counselling or General Psychologist) with the French, Australian and British regulatory bodies. She has nearly 14 years’ experience in providing therapy within the mental health services and private practice in Australia, as well as private practice in France and the UK, including specialised techniques for helping children, adolescents, families, adults, as well as couples’ therapy. Rhondda also has significant experience in supporting those facing serious or chronic illness, and those dealing with neurodivergence.
Rhondda’s practice is dedicated to helping people to grow and heal from the past, to adjust to life in new surroundings, to be resilient in the face of natural disasters and unexpected and difficult life events, develop better family bonds, and to live their best possible life, whatever their circumstances. It’s a journey of discovery that is different for each client, and she’s grateful every day to touch so many lives.
Your therapy sessions will be a safe space to get the emotional support and professional guidance that you need. While the client will talk about problems they face, Rhondda will also focus on your strengths, building your own resilience and inner resources, so as to make positive changes in your life. If you would like to hear more about Rhondda’s approach, have questions, or would like to schedule a consultation, please visit the Contact page on her website to get in touch.
As a therapist, she takes a systemic, person-centred approach, using techniques from family therapy, social constructionism (for cross cultural work), research-informed couples therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, EMDR, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Narrative Therapy. For chronic or serious illness she bases her interventions on the work of Dr Simonton and Dr Kelly Turner (author of ‘Radical Remission’).