Mr Phillip Mulligan

Mr Phillip Mulligan

Family Therapist

Online Therapy Available

Next available Wednesday, Dec 14th

Location

Online Therapy

Biography

I have been working in the Bay of Plenty region for the last twenty years as a Social Worker/ Family Therapist/Group facilitator /Tertiary Lecturer and Professional Supervisor. My expertise lie in working alongside Families /whanau ,children and couples and also young people displaying a wide range of complex behavioural, relational and mental health issues that may be getting in the way of them being where they would like /need to be. I am interested in relationships and why people do what they do and how this affects those around them. I work in a very practical, strength based manner. I am trained in Multi systemic therapy and Functional Family Therapy. I also have been trained in Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy which focuses on attachment and trauma in young people’s lives and how those closest to them can support them moving forward. My point of difference I believe is that I can draw on the many years of experience and the different approaches I have been trained in and get alongside, some of the most complex families/whanau that present to services for support. I believe that a huge factor in supporting our clients is in working with all the family members that are part of the system in which the young person is in. Also working alongside other professionals collectively to find positive outcomes is crucial.

Qualifications

BSW-Social Work,Dip Psychology,Post Grad cert-Family Systems Theory,Post Grad cert-Professional Supervision | member of ANZASW and a Registered Social Worker

Languages

English

Client Type

groups, women, men, couples, families, children, adults, adolescents

Therapy Type

family systems, strength based therapy

Specialisations

  • upbringing issues

  • work-life balance

  • workplace issues

  • stress

  • professional supervision

  • pornography addiction

  • parenting

  • motivation and purpose

  • mistrust

  • mental health and wellbeing

  • life changes

  • harmful sexual behaviour

  • grief and loss

  • family issues

  • end of life

  • domestic violence

  • depression

  • death and dying

  • coping issues

  • conflict management

  • child behaviour and development

  • career change

  • bullying

  • break up and divorce

  • anxiety

  • anger management

  • trauma

  • attachment issues

  • mental health disorder

  • relationship issues

  • behavioural issues

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Services

Standard session

60min

$130 NZD

Or free if your organisation uses Clearhead to provide wellbeing support

SUPPORTED BY

nib foundation
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