Narrative Care Practitioners are urgently needed wherever our Referral Network identifies and refers clients struggling with chronic stress!
Narrative Care is a well balanced therapeutic approach aimed at people struggling with stress-related conditions and disorders, adhearing to neurobiological, neuropsychotherapeutic and Biblical principles.
The AINC partners with sponsors in order to subsidise the counselling efforts of Narrative Care Practitioners accredited with the AINC.
How to join our Professional Counselling Team
Narrative Care Training
The AINC offers the following training opportunities for counsellors acceredited with another legitimate counselling asssociation or federation:
List of professional Narrative Care Practitioners accredited with the AINC
Dr. Johann Eloff sr
Pastoral Family Therapist and Certified Clinical Neuropsychotherapist (Good News Counselling Clinic: Brisbane).
Specialises in helping families and family members strengthen their resilience in the face of extreme distress, and minimising the negative impact of distressing circumstances on their lives.
Ph.D. in Stress Therapy (Pastoral Family Therapeutic Approach, based on Neuropsychotherapeutic principles).
BA degree as well as a B.Th., M.Th. and Ph.D. degree in Practical Theology.
He has been working in the fields of Family Therapy & Stress Related Conditions for more than 19 years.
Clinical Psychologist in private practice (Brisbane: Cleveland).
Provides specialist services in both psychotherapy/counselling, group therapy, workshop training to those who are eager to to improve the quality of their lives, achieve meaningful goals and attain a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction.
Works with children (5-7), as well as adults (20+), experiencing a wide range of emotional and behavioural issues.
Ronelle is a Provisional Psychologist. She has experience working with children and adults in a number of settings including government, non-government, occupational rehabilitation and community clinics. She has developed a wide range of skills treating a variety of psychological issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, social skills, coping strategies.
Ronelle completed a Master of Professional Psychology at USQ, and is currently completing her last year internship practicing as a provisional psychologist.
Provisional registration with Psychology Board of Australia.
Associate Member of the Australian Psychological Society.