Family Work | Rashi Gadekar

By: Rashi Gadekar  05-Apr-2012

As part of my practice I see children, adults, couples, families and whanau

  • Families come in all shapes and sizes – small, spread out, same-sex, inter-generational and multi-ethnic, to name a few.
  • Difficulties too seem to be in all shapes and sizes ! Marital conflict, parenting through and after separation, changing families, loss and grief, coming out, migration related, mental illness, sexual abuse victimisation or perpetration and relationship strengthening, to name a few.
  • I enjoy the diversity of this work and welcome the opportunity to work with you if some of these matters or other difficulties are current for you.

Other products and services from Rashi Gadekar


Services | Rashi Gadekar - Counsellor, Therapist

Extensive experience with presentations of anxiety and depression, grief and loss, family dysfunction, sexual orientation, sexual dysfunction, suicidality and self harm, new immigrant issues and sexual victimisation and perpetration. Extensive experience with a range of psychotherapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy, systems theory, family therapy, schema therapy, psychodrama, motivational interviewing and strengths based therapies.


Adult – Individual/Couple | Rashi Gadekar

I believe we have so many resources, hidden and well-used at our disposal, and it is a professional joy to work with people to harness their particular strengths. I appreciate also sharing and conveying those I learnt along the way myself, through study or through my work with others. Sexual issues - including sexual knowledge, interests, orientation, intimacy, mistrust, pornography-erotica, exploration.


Children | Rashi Gadekar - Counsellor, Therapist

Children experiencing difficulties with sexualised behaviour, self-esteem, mental health (e.g. anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder), separation, grief. Families who may be experiencing difficulties with parenting and family relationships. I work using narrative and cognitive behavioural therapies with. Children who may have experienced sexual abuse or other trauma.


Supervision and Mentoring | Rashi Gadekar

My preference is for the supervision hour to provide food for thought, some research or practice references to support those positions and a detailed clinical (or management, cultural, organisational) discussion on the basis of which to use new skills or dust off old ones.