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Mental Health

Anxiety and Phobias 

Depression and Mood Disturbance 

Chronic Stress and Burnout

Grief and Loss

Life Transitions and Adjustment issues

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Self Harm and Risk Management.

Trauma (PTSD)

General Health & Wellbeing 

Health Promotion & Illness prevention

Mindfulness Practice

Self-Care and Positive Coping Strategies 

Personal Growth & Development

Alignment & Inspired Action

Assertive Communication Skills

Building Self-Esteem and Confidence

Coping & Stress Management Strategies

Goal Setting, Motivation & Manifesting 

Relationship concerns (for individuals)

 Access & Fees


Individual Private Practice Psychological Sessions are charged at:

$299 Initial Consultation 60 - 75mins

$222 Subsequent Sessions 50 - 60mins

$111 Breathwork Session 30 - 40mins

Reimbursement & Rebates



A Medicare rebate of $88.25, is available to eligible clients with a GP Mental Health Treatment Plans (MHTP), maximum of 20 sessions per calendar year.

Clients who are registered through a compensation scheme, concession card holders and those experiencing significant financial hardship, may be eligible for a fee reduction.


Privately Funded 

Private Health Fund Insurance

Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS)

Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA)

Transport Accident Commission (TAC)

Work Safe (Worker Compensation)

Victims of Crime (VOC)


My Approach

I enjoy teaching people the skills required to find their own psychological 'alignment' between where they are and where they want to be. This is, initially, an internal shift of integrating one's mind body, heart and spirit. When we intentionally line up with the whole of who we are, we can access the collective energy to create our desires. This is the first step towards becoming 'consciously aware' of the 'co-creative process' that happens within our mind before the pure joy of inspired action can be experienced.​


My approach is to use a wide range of evidence-based psychological strategies, theories, and philosophies; used predominantly to empower people, to redirect negative and unhelpful thought patterns that no longer serve them. The aim is to help you become more 'consciously aware' of the direction of your thoughts, so you can observe and manage your emotional state. There is so much freedom in the self-realisation, that you are not your thoughts; you are the awareness behind them.

Ideally, instead of reacting unconsciously to unwanted life experiences, we want to make a more deliberate mindset shift, before our thoughts manifest. If we can align our thoughts, beliefs and feelings towards preferred experiences, our thoughts tend to materialise into more pleasing physical experiences. In other words, we are trying to reduce our fears and resistance by finding one pleasing thought after another and then emotionally lining up with it. 

Only then can we truly recognise, appreciate and experience the power of the present moment (Eckhart Tolle). As you practice and move closer and closer towards Abraham Maslow's notion of self-actualisation, the idea that 'one's self and ones environment are two pieces of a greater whole', you start to become aware of life's 'synchronies'. Synchronicity is a term Carl Jung coined to refer to 'meaningful coincidences', except now you will no longer experiences them as coincidences but as 'conscious co-creations'.

We have so much power to create more pleasing experiences when we connect with our intuition, our inner guidance, and inspired thoughts. We just need to become more 'conscious' of our internal alignment and the present moment. Then we can deliberately shift our attention, and focus on what it is we want to create, rather than reacting to what already exists.   

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