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About:

Olivia

Meet olivia

I truly enjoy supporting clients in their journeys. Be it in therapy, coaching or HR Consultancy. At the heart of it my work always revolves around humans and understanding what patterns, beliefs, actions and behaviours are beneficial for them and those that are not. 

Using my training & experience I ask questions to get the client into a reflexive space. By increasing self awareness (be it personal or company practices) the client can then get clearer on what they want to aim for. Which bring us into the next arena: what needs to change for them to get there?

So whilst from the outset it seems like my work is divided into two distinct areas, the latter are less distinct than it appears. The process of HR Advisory is different to therapy or coaching, of course. However at the end of the day, through therapy, coaching and HR Consultancy my aim is for people to live a life which is more content, fulfilling and intentional. Achieving this in both personal and professional areas of one’s life is the best outcome one can have. 

In other words, I aim to make an impact on people’s lives through either working 1:1 (Therapy or Coaching) or through collaborating with leadership to positively impact people’s lives at the workplace.

My why

what it means to me

Ethical Living: Why? Because living ethically with others, from an environmental aspect etc, first needs you to look into your beliefs and why you choose to think and believe what you believe. You first need to have the courage and intention to live ethically with yourself. Make decisions and show up for them, be accountable, be disciplined, set routines that will get you what you aim for. Focusing on what you NEED more than what you want and be committed to the work you need to do to get there. Once you are living in alignment with your values and ethically within yourself, you can then extend to your family, friends, workplace and wider society. 

academic background

Olivia has obtained her MSc in Work Psychology from the University of Leicester, Masters in Systemic Family Psychotherapy and Post Graduate Diploma in Systemic Psychotherapy from the Institute of Family Therapy in Malta and her Diploma in Occupational Guidance and Counselling from the University of Malta.

She holds a Warrant in Systemic Psychotherapy issued by the Ministry for Social Policy and Children’s Rights in Malta.

Being a strong believer in continuious learning and invests time and energy in self-growth.

She is also involved in tutoring and lecturing in HR and Development related programmes.

warrant

Systemic Psychotherapist

Master Degree

Systemic Family Psychotherapy

MSc

Master of Science in Work Psychology

Post Graduate

Diploma in Systemic Psychotherapy

Diploma

Occupational Guidance & Career Counselling

Ethical Living: Why? Because living ethically with others, from an environmental aspect etc, first needs you to look into your beliefs and why you choose to think and believe what you believe.

Olivia Bilocca

You first need to have the courage and intention to live ethically with yourself. Make decisions and show up for them, be accountable, be disciplined, set routines that will get you what you aim for. Focusing on what you NEED more than what you want and be committed to the work you need to do to get there. Once you are living in alignment with your values and ethically within yourself, you can then extend to your family, friends, workplace and wider society. 

support

building relationshiops

Olivia is strong in building effective relationships. She applies her experience and knowledge strategically by understanding the needs of the client and their strengths and challenges. 

As part of her Masters in Systemic Psychotherapy Olivia has garnered experience in a clinical setting working with individuals, couples, and families.