Karl obtained his M.A. in Transcultural Counselling in which he gained an understanding of working with an individual's cultural worldview and the intricate societal systems’ impact on the human being. Karl is pursuing further training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy from the Beck Institute. As a counsellor, Karl has experience in working with anxiety, depression, domestic violence, and grief. Karl has a number of years of experience working in both face-to-face and group settings with individuals who experienced trauma. In his approach Karl is eclectic, in which he uses different therapeutic models which would suit the individual’s needs. Karl believes in trans-disciplinary work in which different health professionals discuss cases in order to provide the best action plan possible to achieve the client’s goals. Karl’s interests in counselling also include incorporating creative elements therapeutically, working with subcultures, exploring existential issues, and online counselling.