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Wonderful Mind Therapy and Counselling Equine Assisted Therapy

   Areas of Focus

Presence * Compassion * Acceptance *  Mindfulness * Balance * Harmony

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Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Early Childhood Intervention
Depression & Anxiety







Autism Spectrum Disorder
Intellectual Disability

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)



Grief and Loss
Gender Identity| LGBTQ


Sensory Processiong Dissorder

Our Mission

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Our mission at Wonderful Mind is to support youth and children with their mental health and their early developments. We work closely with families and carers to ensure the wellbeing of their child is fostered and secured. We provide individualised, evidence-based and recovery focused support and partner with health, community, and government organisations to provide holistic support and a safe environment for children experiencing developmental delays or mental health wellbeing concerns.

Our practice is guided by the following values:


o   Being fully present with each child, acknowledging their unique experiences and emotions.

o   Creating a safe space where children feel heard and understood.


o   Approaching every child with kindness, empathy, and non-judgment.

o   Recognizing their struggles and supporting them with compassion.


o   Embracing imperfections and challenges as part of the healing journey.

o   Encouraging self-acceptance and self-compassion.


o   Teaching children mindfulness techniques to manage stress, anxiety, and emotions.

o   Helping them stay grounded in the present moment.


o   Striving for balance in mental, emotional, and physical well-being.

o   Supporting children in finding equilibrium amidst life’s ups and downs.


o   Fostering collaboration among families, therapists, and educators.

o   Creating a harmonious environment where children can thrive.

We know by heart that every child's development is unique and every individual have their own path to meaning and purpose in recovery. This has shaped our flexible approach to practice and our aim in providing genuine choice and control to our clients regardless of their age, sex, gender, sexuality race and background.

Wonderful Mind provides practical and motivational support to children (including early childhood intervention) families and youth who either have developmental delays, or mental health and wellbeing concerns. We work with clients to set goals and create awareness and skills to achieve them. We focus on our clients’ strengths, values and support preferences to improve:

  • early developments

  • daily living skills

  • capacity for self-care

  • mental and physical health

  • social and relationship skills

  • quality of life

Our wonderful team provide specialised therapies and teach skills to address more complex behaviours and needs. 

We help connecting clients to holistic community-based supports to enhance recovery.
Wonderful Mind is a NDIS registered provider delivering services through centre-based, outreach and online methods. Our partnerships enable us to seamlessly connect clients to a range of local supports and services in their own communities, for an integrated and holistic care experience.

Measuring outcomes

Monitoring client recovery, improving service delivery and evaluating our impact is what we value most.

Outcome measures enhance our practice's accountability by enabling us and our clients to assess the effectiveness of our services, keep track of clients’ progress against their recovery plans and provide evidence of success to our funder and partners.

Holistic Approach to psychotherapy

At Wonderful Mind we value mind and body approach to therapy which includes a large and diverse group of procedures or techniques that are administered or taught by our trained practitioners and instructors. This includes techniques such as meditation, visual imagery, cognitive–behavioural therapy, EMDR, expressive arts, and animal assisted therapy as well as martial arts and self-defence techniques. This would assist our client to choose their pathway of recovery and to have a better awareness of both their mind and body.


Current member of the professional organisation ANZACATA (Australian Creative Arts Therapy Association) and ACA (Australian Counselling Association), NCAS (National Coach accreditation Scheme), MAIA (Martial Arts Industry Australia), The Australian Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and APPTA (Australasia Pacific Play Therapy Association)

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