Anne Martin


Anne is a Cognitive Behavioural and Family Therapist who has wide ranging skills and experience. Anne’s experience includes working with individuals, couples and families, both in private practice and community settings. Aside from general counselling, her work with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, issues with alcohol and drugs, anger management and sexual addictions has been the focus of her work for much of the past decade. Anne has a passion for working with women and has, for example, led community-based programmes for women struggling with substance abuse.

After undertaking a Graduate Diploma in Counselling, Anne went on to complete a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Science, a Postgraduate Certificate in Family Therapy and the equivalent in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. She has recently completed her Masters degree through Otago University. Anne now spends considerable time working in her local community to provide low-cost counselling for individuals, couples and families unable to pay the standard fee. Alongside her private practice, Anne is employed as a Family Therapist for Stand for Children Services.

In other related fields, Anne has worked as an educator with the Motor Neuron Association and as a facilitator with the 'Seasons Programme' for people struggling with grief.

Counselling and therapy session charges: Anne is committed to providing an affordable service to clients and is open to negotiating her standard fee of $100.00 per session.

For further information contact Anne.