Meet Amy and Lea

Endlessly curious, often joyful, admirers of humanity

Transforming lives is more than a job. It’s our thing.  

Amy Islip

Amy has worked across a broad range of industries and government departments conducting counselling, coaching, and training to improve psychological wellbeing.

Amy utilises ACT, solution focused principles and mindfulness skills to create meaningful and lasting change.

With empathy and humour she helps her clients to understand themselves and others better, to manage their thinking and emotions, overcome difficulties and live with greater clarity and purpose.

 

  • Individual and couples counselling
  • Executive coaching
  • Principal Consultant – Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Teacher – Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP)
  • Meditation and Buddhism teacher
  • Facilitator of mindfulness, stress reduction and positive psychology programs and workshops
  • Key note speaker
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Amy’s approach

Amy is a psychotherapist, couples therapist and mindfulness and wellness facilitator.

She is known for her extensive knowledge of human behaviour along with her warmth, humour and down to earth approach.

With over a decade of experience, Amy has helped thousands of clients.

Drawing on a unique blend of positive psychology, spirituality and neuroscience, Amy’s passion is helping clients to unlock their innate wisdom, authenticity and purpose.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Applied Social Science (Counselling)

NLP Practitioner certification

Cert IV in Workplace Training and Assessment

Cert III in Health Support Services

Clinical registration - PACFA (registration 23291)

Leanne Hyndman

Leanne has worked with adults, children and groups within schools, private practice, community organisations and employment assistance programs.

Leanne has specialized experience in working with road trauma, grief and bereavement.

 

  • Individual counselling
  • Child and adolescent counselling
  • Parenting support
  • Consultant – Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Counselling supervision
  • Facilitator of mindfulness skills
  • Sandplay – expressive arts – symbol work
  • Grief work
  • Road trauma recovery
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Leanne’s approach

Leanne is a counsellor who works with individual adults and children (7-18).

 Leanne is a connector.  She connects with her clients to work within their values in a compassionate and judgement free way.   She helps clients to connect with their core values, thoughts and feelings, history and purpose.

 Leanne’s extensive education along with her authentic, creative approach enables clients to feel supported and challenged to create lasting and meaningful change.

 Leanne prides herself on her person centred approach, enabling clients to create change in a way that is unique to them.  Leanne’s work has been described as: insightful, empathetic, humourous, effective and deeply connecting.

Qualifications

Masters of Narrative Therapy & Community Work

Bachelor of Arts in Counselling

Post Graduate Certificate in Sandplay Therapy and Symbol Work

Clinical registration - PACFA (registration 26236)

We get a kick out of helping our clients live richer, more joyful and meaningful lives

Think Better Specialities 

Stress & anxiety management

Mindfulness skills

Improving relationships

Navigating change

Building resilience

Recovering from trauma & grief

Navigating workplace issues

Improving mental health and wellbeing

Childhood issues

Reconnecting to meaning & purpose

Ebooks & Meditations

Ebooks

  • The ultimate guide for managing stress
  • The ultimate guide for beating anxiety
  • Everything you need to know to take your relationship from conflict to connection

Mindfulness Meditations

  • Calm Breath – A guided meditation on the calming breath
  • Calm Observer – A guided meditation to tap into your inner wisdom
  • Love – A guided meditation on generating more love

Get in touch

Email us

Contact

Melbourne

Suite 905a/530 Little Collins Street, Melbourne