Gary Noble: Counsellor

Gary Noble is a registered counsellor who has worked in the area of General Counselling and rehabilitation for 13 years, with a focus on relationships for five years. Gary is a qualified Australian Counselling Association (ACA) Supervisor and has been admitted to the ACA College of Supervisor's.
During his years of counselling, Gary has assisted people from all walks of life to overcome barriers and live better quality lives, gain/regain their confidence to enter and/or re-enter the workforce.
Gary has particular experience in assisting people with disabilities, including physical, psychological and intellectual.

Gary uses a strengths-based approach in assisting people with overcoming their barriers, and has personal and professional experience in negotiating with employers, government departments and professional at all levels.

Gary assists clients to return to work with physical and/or psychological complex injuries providing a range of early intervention and rehabilitation strategies. He has demonstrated success working closely with employers to ensure that even prior to the acceptance of the claim the worker is engaged in a return to work (RTW) program.

Gary's qualification and affiliations include:

  • Bachelor of Behavioral Science (Psych and Dis)
  • Cert 4 Workplace Training and Assessment
  • J.P. (C.dec) Qld
  • Registered Counsellor
  • Member, Australian Counselling Association (ACA)
  • Qualified Australian Counselling Association (ACA) Supervisor
  • Supported Wage, Ongoing Support & Workplace Modifications Assessor (DEEWR)
  • Completed Comcare Approved Rehabilitation Provider Training Course



Personal Statement from Gary Noble, Principal Counsellor:

  • I have lived in Logan City since 1993 in Marsden, Jimboomba and Tanah Merah, and am very passionate about sharing God’s love through my skills and talents within the Logan City community.
  • My goal is to see every person within our community have access to counselling services, and work with other like minded professionals to break down stigma and barriers that restrict people (especially men) from seeking out these services. I use a strengths based perspective therapy underpinned with traditional therapeutic aspects of attribution and defence mechanism theories, as well as cognitive behavioural therapy.
  • My professional experience was as a Chef for 14 years before I went to university for 4 years, and have since primarily worked in the areas of Vocational Rehabilitation and Family Dynamics.
  • My community involvement has seen me volunteer as a J P since 1987, be a foster carer, a scout leader, soccer coach, and coordinate the “yes we care program” for Logan City.