Psychologist Midland Gannon Jones

Gannon Jones

BPsych; GDipPsych, BPhil

Gannon is a counsellor and provisional psychologist, offering individual and couples counselling in Perth, Midland and Online. Walking alongside people, within a supportive environment, Gannon creates a safe space for the sharing of personal stories. He allows people to cultivate insight and awareness of themselves, coupled with introducing concepts of practical enhanced coping skills, to empower people to cope more effectively with the life and mental health issues that they may encounter.

Applying the best available research, Gannon considers people’s unique characteristics, values, preferences, circumstances, and life goals. He works with clients to assist them in identifying the most appropriate approach and treatment plan to address the problem that best fits the individual’s own unique situation in order to help them to improve their lives. Gannon is passionate about and believes in guiding people to enhance their own personal well-being in order to foster positive and sustainable relationships with themselves and with other people in all types of environments.

Gannon utilises a wide range of evidence-based approaches and treatments, including psycho-education, and the therapeutic interventions of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR),  and Motivational Interviewing (MI). He has experience in public and private clinical healthcare and community mental health settings, across the lifespan of children to the elderly, supporting; individuals, couples, families and groups.Gannon has a background in Psychology, Philosophy, Ethics, and Bioethics and is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency AHPRA.

Breathe Counselling is not able to offer Medicare Rebates through Mental Health Treatment Plans (MHTP). Our fees are often equal to or less than the gap fee you would generally pay for psychological therapy after a Medicare rebate.