Jessica Tutty @ Auckland therapy counselling & psychotherapy

Jessica Tutty

Registered Psychotherapist PBANZ

Location: 219-225 Dominion Road, Mount Eden, Auckland

Email: Phone: 021 183 5219

Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakens - Carl Jung

NB: I am currently at full capacity and unable to take on new clients.

Covid-19: In-person sessions available at alert levels 1 & 2. Online sessions available at alert levels 3 & 4.

Areas of Special Interest

Depression, anxiety, stress and burnout, relationship difficulties / break-ups, grief, recovery from trauma, emotional, physical or sexual abuse, substance abuse, career challenges / changes, low self-esteem and feeling “stuck” or "lost" in life.

Description of Therapy Services

I have previously worked with (and welcome enquiries from) adults over the age of 18, from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds, sexualities and gender identities. I have been honoured to be a part of all of my clients’ journeys toward improved quality of life and a more peaceful, authentic way of being in the world. I would be honoured to be a part of your journey too.

I provide psychotherapy in a safe, friendly, confidential, non-judgemental setting. I’m committed to working alongside you in order to truly understand your story and assist you in finding relief and achieving long-lasting change.

Outcomes of psychotherapy can include: personal growth and an improved ability to accomplish your goals, more fulfilling relationships with both yourself and other people, a higher level of self-awareness and understanding, greater emotional intelligence and an increased capacity to cope with and work through life’s challenges, as well as to appreciate all of the great things life has to offer.

I endeavour to foster the development of warmth, trust and mutual respect with clients, to help them feel comfortable discovering, accepting and being their authentic, uncensored selves, first in therapy and then in life.

Therapeutic Approach and Modalities

Psychotherapy helps people address what is causing them mental distress by looking deeper and determining the underlying, often historical causes of their suffering.

My way of working is both psychodynamic (exploring how your past experiences affect your present) and client-centred (meaning that you and your unique, individual experience remain our sole focus).

Registrations and Professional Memberships

  • Registered Psychotherapist (PBANZ)
  • Provisional Member New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists (ProvMNZAP)


  • Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) - Massey University
  • Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapy Studies – AUT
  • Masters in Psychotherapy – AUT, clinical training completed, currently working on dissertation

Background and Experience

I have previously worked within a trauma-focused agency specialising in supporting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as at the AUT Psychotherapy Clinic. Prior to re-training as a psychotherapist, I worked in Human Resources, Recruitment and Organisational Learning & Development, so am well equipped to assist with issues related to work and career.


$120 per 50-minute session.