Counsellor & Senior Pastoral Supervisor
B. Bus (H.R.), M.A. (Applied Ethics), Grad. Dip. Couns., Dip. Past. Supervision
I am a registered counsellor operating under the Code of Ethics of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA), the Christian Counsellors Association of Australia (CCAA), and the Association of Pastoral Supervision & Education (APSE – UK). Most of my work is with people whose roles relate to some aspect of Christian leadership and ministry. Together with my wife, Meryem (a psychologist), I have visited and worked short-term with cross-cultural teams in Central and South-East Asia.
Greg’s Counselling Approach
I see myself as a generalist counsellor. I work with individuals and couples. I am particularly interested in change and transitions, conflict transformation, loss and grief and relationship issues, as well as field preparation and debriefing.
Grant & Sharon Dixon
Meet Grant and Sharon
Grant and Sharon have served with MAF for over 40 years. Grant spent the first 17 years of his MAF career in Papua New Guinea (PNG) as an aircraft engineer. They were then assigned to the heavy maintenance base in Ballarat, where Grant was responsible for Engineering Quality Assurance for the Asia Pacific region. Both were then in rinvolved in recruitment roles. Grant (now officially retired) works part-time as an engineer at the MAF hangar at Mareeba.
From 2013 to 2019, Sharon and Grant connected with MAF staff in the PNG, Timor-Leste and Arnhem Land programs through a pastoral care program. The now bring their understanding, experience, member care skills to the Red Sea – and we are so grateful to have them.
They have one son, Alastair, who resides in Ballarat. Their two beautiful granddaughters ensure they make regular trips south.