Located at 138 Hasler Road, Osborne Park, Western Australia

Member of the Australian Counselling Association 

Do You Suffer From Stress and Anxiety?

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Feeling anxious and fearful is a normal human emotion. These feelings help you be alert for and escape from threats. However, if you have an anxiety disorder, you may feel anxious or fearful in situations where there are no threats. Anxiety can cause you to experience a range of symptoms like shaking and trembling, sweating, nausea, and rapid heartbeat. You may also get pains in your stomach and tension in your neck and shoulders. It may also lead you to engage in avoidant behaviours such as social isolation and giving up on activities you once enjoyed. It may also push you toward negative coping mechanisms such as substance abuse. Counselling can be an effective treatment for stress and anxiety using a range of methods tailored to suit your requirements. This may include mindfulness and grounding techniques, and CBT. With time, you can overcome your stressful feelings and return to your normal way of life. Click Here for information about making contact, fees and hours of operation.

Are You Looking to Manage Your Anger?

 Anger, like all other emotions, is both a normal and natural thing to feel. In most instances you cannot get rid of the things and people that cause your anger, nor can you typically change them. Uncontrolled anger can take a heavy toll on yourself, those around you, and your relationships. However, you CAN learn to control your anger and change the manner in which you react to a given situations. At CUE Counselling, I can help you identify the triggers of your rage and work with you to develop strategies that will enable you to express your anger appropriately. Click Here for information about making contact, fees and hours of operation.

My Counselling Approach.

Sometimes the problems and issues we face in our lives can leave us feeling alone, isolated, fearful and that nobody understands what it’s like. I can walk beside you as you find your path back to more fulfilling life experiences. To achieve this, I use one of the most common and popular methods used by counsellors the world over known as the “Person Centred Approach”. Using this method ensures that the client’s needs and not the counsellor’s agenda drives the counselling process. This puts the client at the centre of all discussions to achieve the desired outcomes.

      Robert Marano (Dip. Couns.; BSc; PhD)

Special Interests

There are several areas where I have developed a special interest.

Life's Issues

  • Retirement
  • Redundancy
  • Empty Nesting
  • Fertility
  • Separation

Student Issues

  • Student Anxiety
  • Study Direction
  • Career Counselling
  • Exam Stress


  • Relationships
  • Personal Issues
  • Social Anxiety
  • Career
  • Loneliness