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“We may not be responsible for the world that created our minds, but we can take responsibility for the mind with which we create our world.
- Gabor Mate


Life can be stressful; when our cars break down, we get them fixed. When we break down or face mental health challenges, are we as quick to get help?

Holistic psychotherapy is distinctly different from traditional psychotherapy. Psychotherapy provides treatments for mental health which is built upon a foundation of assessing, diagnosing and treating mental illness, whereas the intent of holistic psychotherapy is to empower individuals to make positive changes to optimise their lives.


We are multi-dimensional beings, we have a body, emotions, mind, and a soul. Addressing the health and harmony in-and-between each of these aspects, strongly influences our relationships with others, our roles and contributions to society and our own sense of self.

Holistic Psychotherapy aims to illuminate you to the causes of your suffering at all levels of your being, but also to show you the inherent richness and potential of the whole you. We address your suffering, your mental health but also your whole life potential. A holistic approach opens up new paths towards healing and moving toward a more meaningful and fulfilling life.


Holistic Psychotherapy draws on a range of psycho-spiritual and body/mind healing techniques from east and west. These gentle and effective techniques, help us access and heal emotional wounds, removing mental blocks from the conscious and subconscious. 


When you work with a holistic therapist, you will be asked to explore different aspects of your life, including your childhood experiences, thoughts, feelings, physical health, spiritual beliefs, and social connections. This process can help you better understand yourself and how all these areas interact with one another. As a result, you may be able to identify any areas of your life that are causing you stress or making you feel unhappy.


Enter into children’s play and you will find the place where their minds, hearts, and souls meet. Toys are children’s words and play is their language. 

Every child is unique and special, but sometimes they experience problems with feelings, thoughts or behaviours that cause disruption to their lives and the lives of those around them.  


Parents and caregivers often worry when a child has a problem that causes them to be sad, disruptive, aggressive, withdrawn, inattentive, or unable to cope. You may be concerned with your child's mental health, eating and sleeping patterns, how they are getting along with family, or their relationships with friends at school. As a parent, it can be hard to know when your child’s behavior is just a part of growing up or a sign of a bigger issue. 


With over 10 years experience working in the child trauma / mental health sector, Anna utilises a combination of arts therapy, play therapy, psycho-education, and mindfulness practices to assist young people to express their thoughts, understand their emotions and manage their behaviours more effectively.


To discuss your particular concerns and gain more information about the therapeutic process, contact us for a free phone consultation.

Child Model
Holistic Psychotherapy: Service
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