Simon d’Orsogna MA
Simon d’Orsogna is an individual and family therapist, trainer and facilitator based in Melbourne, with individual clients and supervisees across Australia and the globe. He provides psychotherapy, process consultancy and adult developmental coaching as well as leading IFS training in Australia and the region.
Simon completed his Clinical Masters in Systemic Family Therapy at Bouverie Centre, La Trobe University, and continues studying the late David Grove’s unique therapeutic approach to ‘Clean’ language and space. He facilitates experiential learning events including Coherence Therapy workshops across Australia, and co-developed the four-part online training, “Theory and Practice of Coherence Therapy” with Dr Niall Geoghegan. He is a level 2 training candidate for Leslie Greenberg’s EFT with the Australian Institute of Emotion Focused Therapy.
Simon is a certified Immunity to Change coach (Harvard Professors Bob Kegan and Lisa Lahey’s adult development approach to change and transformation), and a member of the Focusing Institute (US). The ideas underpinning the effectiveness of these approaches align with the recent neuroscience learnings about memory reconsolidation and release from implicit emotional learnings.
He has facilitated and arranged more than 60 days of Internal Family Systems trainings and workshops since 2016, along with organising the first Certification IFS trainings offered in Australia in late 2017 and into 2018. As the US Center of Self-Leadership’s international partner in Australia he is bringing IFS certification trainings to the region. Additionally Simon is an Associate Instructor with the Coherence Psychology Institute, and a member of the Harvard Institute of Coaching Professional Association.
Simon provides therapy and executive coaching from Melbourne, Australia to the world via the interwebs and from his rooms in Carlton. Enquiries via mobile 0418 321 254 / +61 418 321 254 or website sensemaking.com.au/melbournetherapist
image: Clarice Beckett – Seascape with 2 pink roofs, Melbourne (National Gallery Australia)