Guest Lecturer, Southern Cross University
PhD (awaiting graduation), MSW, MMGT, DSS
Dharam Bhugun has been practising as an individual, family and couples Professional Counsellor and Psycho-social Therapist for the past 25 years in both Government and private practice in Sydney and now on the Gold Coast.
Dharam provides assessment and treatment for mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, suicide intervention, grief and loss, and personal problems, family and marriage/relationship counselling, domestic violence, parenting, intercultural relationship, intercultural parenting, psycho-social education, mediation and conflict resolution, and discreet home and phone counselling.
Dharam uses a range of holistic, integrated and appropriate evidence-based approaches to assist individuals build on their strengths to enhance their well-being and develop positive life alternatives.
Dharam also specialises in intercultural relationships and parenting based on his academic credentials, intercultural background and insider ethnic status.
Dharam is a University guest lecturer within the School of Health and Human Sciences and international guest speaker on intercultural parenting, marriage and relationship.
Dharam is a member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia, Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors and Australian Association of Social Workers.
Dharam believes that we all go through some personal and systemic challenges in our lives. It’s not a shame to talk about it in a safe and professional environment. The quicker you seek help, the better he can help you with your problems and bring back your smile.