Jai Friend

Jai specialises in trauma counselling, drawing on a number of somatic based therapies for alleviating the way that trauma impacts on the body and mind. Jai takes care to work at a pace that suits each person, in accordance with the Three Phase Trauma Recovery model. Jai’s approach is grounded in collaborative and strengths focussed principles, where each person is the expert on their life. She believes in the importance of individualising her sessions to suit each person’s interests and skills.

Robyn Davis

I take an integrative and relational approach to my practice and offer a safe space for exploring life changes, including grief and loss, anxiety, stress, workplace issues, trauma and depression. I often companion others who are seeking a deeper level of personal or spiritual meaning.

Rudi Doku

Specialising in Communication, Relationships, Decision-Making

Lisa Barrett

I work with people who have a sense of something being ‘not quite right’ without knowing what exactly to address, those finding themselves in similar situations or repeating similar patterns of behaviour without knowing how or why. Those looking to make changes in their life but unsure where to start or who are seeking a greater sense of integration and connection.
Issues I have worked with include perfectionism, self esteem, people-pleasing, PTSD, relationship challenges, compulsive behaviours and anxiety.
My particular interest is in supporting clients to engage more deeply with their authentic self in their healing journey. I believe the spiritual dimension of our lives is an important aspect of healing, and honour all faith orientations.

Madalina Wu

Specialising in developmental and shock trauma, anxiety, chronic syndromes, cross cultural realities.

Arijana Hostnjak

Specialising in Spirituality Awakening, Relationship difficulties, Self esteem, Ego, Perfectionism, Not feeling good enough

Megan Doutch

Megan is a Registered Psychologist with a Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Psychology Practice. She enjoys working with young people and adults from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Her professional experience includes working with groups and individuals to address psychological discomfort and distress. Megan employs a collaborative, strengths-focused approach; and is passionate about empowering individuals to achieve their therapeutic and life goals.

Elizabeth Granger

Elizabeth (Libba) Granger is a psychotherapist who has been in private practice for over a decade as well as being a long term mindfulness practitioner, primarily in the Insight tradition. She has been teaching MBSR to the general public for 10 years and continues to be inspired by the changes that people make enhancing their own wellbeing and supporting ongoing personal growth.