At the Windsor Park LifeCare Trust, we're keen to provide the best possible care. The Windsor Park Christian Counselling Centre is a faith-based counselling centre here on Auckland's North Shore where you can receive help and support through all the challenges of life from professionally trained and accredited counsellors.

You don't need to be an active 'Christian' to receive help here, just a willingness to open up all aspects of who you are, including your spiritual side. All discussions at the Windsor Park Christian Counselling Centre are confidential and no information about you is provided to anyone else without your express permission.

There is a fee for this service, but in some instances sponsorship and links with funding providers can be utilised.

The Centre operates from purposely-designed rooms, separate from the main flow of Windsor Park Baptist Church. If you'd like to talk more about how this Centre might be of help to you or someone you know, contact us on (09) 477-0002, email us at or fill in the form below.

  • Alison Redwood |  Practice Manager and Counsellor

    Alison is a member of New Zealand Christian Counsellors Association and has been a counsellor for over 14 years. Alison works with individuals and couples who are dealing with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship problems and managing strong emotions. She listens first - providing a safe non judgemental space. Working with a range of evidence-based modalities such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) for correcting negative thinking patterns, EFT Couples therapy to deepen connection, intimacy, and Solution Focussed therapy to offer practical and brief support to improve resilience and coping. As a Christian she often has clients specifically seeking support that weaves their faith into their healing journey.

  • Joanna Jensen  | Counsellor

    Joanna has over 14 years experience in social work, counselling and clinical supervision. She completed a Master of Social Work in Korea, which was quite a different concept to social work in New Zealand, and much more closely related to counselling. After graduating as a clinical social worker, she worked for the Child Mental Health Clinic in Seoul for four years. In 1995 she migrated to New Zealand and focused on her four children for the next few years and then later did a Postgraduate diploma in Social Work at Massey University. She also gained a Certificate in Clinical Supervision from the University of Auckland. She was privileged to be part of the Expert Design Group for ‘Family Violence and Sexual Violence towards the Whanau’, a Ministry of Justice initiative.

  • Emily Morrow  | Counsellor

    Every counsellor brings a unique approach to their work. Emily's counselling background is somewhat different in that she practiced family law for 20 years before becoming a counsellor. She realised that although the law provided some solutions for clients, there were many problems it could not address. Emily wanted to work with clients at a deeper level and this led her to get a PG Dip in counselling. 

    Emily combines a warm, caring, and supportive approach and focus on what is at the heart of a client’s concerns. She has a special gift of being able to sense that essence and weave it into her work together with clients. By combining her counselling skills with practical understanding, she works with the heart and the head to get the best outcomes.

    Her areas of practice include:

    -Individual clients (teens through adults).

    -Couple counselling and relationship enrichment (specialised training).

    -Anxiety, depression, stress, and mood management.

    -Grief and loss.

    -Family estrangement, relationship management.

    -Dealing with narcissistic personalities and gaslighting.


AFTER HOURS contacts

If you feel that you, or someone else is at risk of harm, and this is an emergency - phone 111

or go to your nearest hospital emergency department (ED). You can also call the DHB Mental Health Crisis Team Healthline on 0800 611 116. 

In non emergency situations, you can also contact your GP.
If you need to talk to someone, feel you can free call or text 1737 at any time for support from a trained counsellor.

You can also call Lifeline on 0800 543 354, Youthline on 0800 376 633 or you can call the Depresson Helpline on 0800 111 757 or text them on 4202.

If this is not an emergency and you're happy to wait, feel free to fill out our contact form and our team will be in touch as soon as they can.

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