I am a Masters-level qualified Counsellor, specialising in Loss & Grief, Depression, Bipolar issues and helping men cope. I see both men and women, but not couples. I work through the lens of Solution Focused Brief Therapy, a therapeutic approach that works with a person's strengths, not their problems.
My practice is based at Athelstone, a north-eastern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, and I consult during and after business hours but not on weekends.View full site
My Video Biography
My Video Biography aims to provide a way for current generations to 'talk' to future generations, to leave a legacy that future family historians and their families will treasure. Current generations are interviewed by me or a member of my team and talk about their childhood, their adult life, the values that underpin and drive them, and what they hope for future generations.
The interview is given back to them in the form of a DVD, and also an MP3 and as a digital file they can share. Purchases of the 'Elite' package also receive a beautiful book, containing many treasured photos.View full site
A collection of some of my landscape black and white photographs. I have been shooting pictures of the glorious Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula for a decade—this site is where you'll find the best of my shots.View full site
Better Communication Results
Over 250 articles on business communication, written mostly by me but with the addition of a hand-picked team of content creators, the site was my main landing page for my business communication consultancy business from 2003 to 2014.View full site
Better Communication Results blog
The blog I ran from 2005 to 2014, focusing on business communication in a social media landscape. It included the early use of podcasts and vidcasts.View full site
ABOUT Lee Hopkins
I am Lee Hopkins, I hold an Honours Degree in Applied Psychology & Sociology from the UK (Surrey) and
I’m currently reading and practicing for a Masters in Counselling Practice degree at Tabor College, Adelaide
(a boutique tertiary institution).
In an industry dominated by women, I am a rarity—a male counsellor.
I specialise in grief and loss, working with Bipolar clients, depression, anxiety issues, and working with men. I work from a Solution-Focused perspective.
I am available for face-to-face, telephone and skype counselling.
You can contact me here.