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Dr Melanie Strang lives in south east Melbourne with her family & is passionate about issues relating to transition to motherhood. She has an interest in antenatal education and wellbeing during and after pregnancy. Melanie is a(n): Medical practitioner (Bsc MBBS), Counsellor (Dip. Counselling), Author of 'MotherLove: Embracing the ups and downs of being a new mother.', Perinatal Mental Health Lecturer, Member of the Australian Counselling Association (M.A.C.A), Member of Federation of Victorian Counsellors, Member of PANDA (Post and Antenatal Depression Association), Experienced practitioner with over 12 years experience in mental health, wellbeing, counselling and education, and a mother of two young children.
Red Balloon Counselling offers Therapeutic support for people on the Journey of Grief, Loss & Bereavement & Life Cycle Events. Building a rapport & a trusting relationship with clients is paramount in the Counselling process. Feelings of loss & grief can occur after someone or something we care about dearly is lost. This may be the death of a loved one, or the loss of a job, one's health, a relationship, loss of a pet, or one's possessions or life as it once was.
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We all experience times in our lives where we feel confused, sad or frustrated. Circumstances arise giving us a sense that we are out of control; don’t know what to do, how to do it or where to turn to. Well meaning friends and family try to assist by giving advice and support, but often this can be subjective and emotionally charged. We tip the scales the other way, helping you discover your own path to resolving inner turmoil, acknowledging loss and moving to acceptance, identifying coping and problem-solving techniques, self understanding and acceptance.
Judith has been practicing as a generalist counsellor for seven years. She came to counselling with experience in many different employment fields ranging from accounting to community corrections. She uses her training in counselling, life coaching, psychology and supervision to offer her clients and supervisees a non judgmental and supportive environment in which they can discuss their issues and explore solutions.
Barbara is a registered member of the ACA College of Supervisors. As the Immediate Past President of Counsellors Victoria (FVC) Barbara has a good depth and breadth of counselling, the counselling industry and all its attendant issues.
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Irene, also known as Boon Pheak, established Learning to L.O.V.E in 2010. Irene is originally from Malaysia, but has spent years in New York, USA, to further her education in health education and religion. Living in three different countries has certainly helped Irene to be more sensitive to different cultures and religion, an attribute which she has found to be very helpful in her counselling approaches.
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