Fees

Bookings can usually be made within one or two weeks. Flexibility is our priority to ensure your needs are met. 

You can either book online, via telephone or drop us an email

Calming beach image photo by Kelly Burstow

20 MINUTE INTRO CALL

Finding a counsellor that works for you is important. To see if I am a good fit for you, I offer a no-obligation 20-minute call to discuss challenges, goals, or any other relevant areas.

Calls can be held via Zoom or phone.

river and green image by Kelly Burstow

COUNSELLING SESSIONS​

A 60 minute session is $130. Sessions can be conducted face-to-face, online or via phone.

The $135 fee is payable at the session.

Payment can be made by EFTPOS tap and pay or cash.

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COACHING SESSIONS​

A 60 minute session is $130. Sessions can be conducted face-to-face, online or via phone.

The $135 fee is payable at the session.

Payment can be made by EFTPOS tap and pay or cash.

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PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION FOR PRACTITIONERS

To find more about the session-by-session supervision for practitioners, please email your request with details about your practice and goals.

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ORGANISATIONAL & PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

Each project is different, so please get in touch to discuss the scope of your project and a quote can be produced for your consideration.

The images on this page were taken at various beautiful places around Australia. (From left to right)

Korora Beach, NSW

The first is from Korora Beach, near Coffs Harbour in New South Wales. Korora Beach is a stunning coastal gem nestled in New South Wales, Australia. Its pristine white sands, rolling waves, and rocky outcrops make it a paradise for beach lovers. The beach is surrounded by lush vegetation, offering a peaceful setting for picnics, sunbathing, and exploring the vibrant marine life through snorkelling or diving adventures.

The Promised Land, NSW

The second image was taken at The Promised Land, near Bell in NSW. The Promised Land in Bellingen, New South Wales, is a hidden oasis of natural beauty. Its lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, and meandering rivers create a serene and enchanting atmosphere. Visitors can explore the area’s scenic trails, swim in pristine rock pools, and soak in the tranquillity of this idyllic retreat, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers.

1770, Queensland

1770 is a picturesque coastal town in Queensland, Australia. Named after the year of Captain Cook’s historic landing, it offers stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs for snorkelling and diving. The town exudes a laid-back atmosphere, making it a popular destination for relaxation and outdoor activities.

Apslawn, Tasmania

The third image is the view over a winery in Apslawn, Tasmania. Apslawn is a charming town nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Tasmania, Australia. Surrounded by rolling hills, fertile farmlands, and dotted with historic buildings, it offers a glimpse into the region’s rich heritage. Visitors can enjoy scenic drives, visit nearby wineries, explore quaint shops, and appreciate the tranquillity of this idyllic Tasmanian gem.

Spring Bluff, Queensland

Spring Bluff is a charming heritage-listed railway station nestled in the picturesque Toowoomba region of Queensland. Known for its beautifully manicured gardens, the station offers a delightful setting for picnics and leisurely strolls. Its preserved 19th-century architecture and annual “Spring Bluff Railway Station Carnival” attract visitors who appreciate its nostalgic appeal and natural surroundings.

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