Bryce Scott has a unique holistic approach to improving and maintaining your mental well-being, by providing a range of counselling options from emotional to financial—to get you back on track, and keep your course steady.
With over 10 years experience, Counsellor Bryce Scott has seen it all, and is well equiped to help you through whatever situation you might find yourself in. In 2016, uncertain economic conditions, stress and worry about your your job performance, on-going tenure or even how you are going to pay the next lot of bills can take a toll on your mental health. It might be time to seek guidance, or even develop a sound financial plan – with Bryce, you will find all the skill and experience necessary to get these things done.
But don’t take our word for it. Check out our testimonal section, find out more about how we can help you, and make an appointment to see Bryce.
Because Bryce believes in listening rather than hearing, making you our most important client and trying to heal the world, one soul at a time.
Bryce Scott has had experience and is fully equiped to assist you in a full range of areas. These areas include:
Performance & Coaching
You can’t put a price on good mental health…but we have :)
We here at Harmony Counselling Service understand that money doesn’t grow on trees. As a result, we charge on a sliding scale.
When you come in to see Bryce, please bring a copy of all relevant documents (he will advise you of what’s necessary prior to your appointment) and your charges will be appropriately alterred.
Phone number: 9482 8113 to make an appointment.
Bryce caught the travel bug early in his 20’s. He travelled the world, starting from Australia, then to Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand (including a Northern Area trek), Kathmandu, a Himalayan trek, and then made the decision to do an overland tour, which, was supposed to last for only 60 days, but ended up doubling to120 days because of many major break downs. He travelled more exotic countries like Nepal, India, Pakistan, and Iran (getting out of Iran 3 days before the helicopter mission to extract the American Hostages was aborted). He then caught the last bus through Afghanistan before the Russians closed the borders. He toured around the entirety of Europe, worked in Turkey as a sheep herder, then on one of the Greek Isles as part of the crew of a fishing trawler. Bryce went around Great Britain, travelled Northern and Eastern Europe, leaving a mere two weeks before the Olympic Games in Russia began. He then travelled back to Australia through Egypt, Morocco, and then South Africa. It was this experience that gave him an invaluable knowledge of various cultures and traditions.
While working in Sydney, Bryce has counselled people who have come from 54 varying cultural backgrounds. He has vast experience in mental health, intellectual disabilities, and welfare in general. He acquired his counselling certificates in 1996, but has kept up to date with developments and research since then.
Moving to the Central Coast has allowed Bryce to become involved in many community activities including APEX, Lions Club, local churches and community neighbourhood centres (on both the Central Coast and in South Western Sydney). He has been a part of various committees including neighbourhood community committees, Central Coast Volunteers, Mental Health, youth committees and has been a neighbourhood centre director.
Bryce has recently turned his attention into setting up a private counselling practice, due to the restrictions he encountered as being employed as part of a company –his realisation that he was unable to reach his full potential to help and counsel people in a holistic manner, is what turned his dream into this reality