COUNSELLORS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
May Eade 
B. Occ. Therapy, M. Counselling: From an early age, May felt a calling to show mercy and walk alongside hurting people.  This calling led her to work as an occupational therapist with people with disabilities for 12 years before completing her Masters in Counselling degree in 2017.  May considers it a privilege and honour to walk beside women and desires to witness and facilitate the blossoming of their authentic, true selves and often uses creative and/or expressive therapies.  May is married and a mother of two boisterous boys and enjoys gardening and art.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fiona Muller 

B. Soc. Sci Counselling (CCAA, PACFA): Fiona’s heart is for each person to live a life full of hope and purpose. To help provide tools for healthy relationships, and to offer a safe space to explore how to restore balance throughout the challenges of life.

Fiona is a registered Counsellor, and has been journeying alongside individuals and couples over the last 12 years. As Fiona has been married for 25 years, now with two young adults, her own experiences have given her a greater understanding and empathy of the many challenges and losses that life brings.
 
Roslyn Price

B. (psych), M. Counselling, Cert Expressive therapies Child and Adol,PACFA Reg. Clin 23730, CCAA, ACA (Clin), Aust College of Supervisors: Ros is a PACFA registered Clinical Counsellor as well as a Clinical Supervisor registered with the Australia College of Supervisors. She has journeyed with a variety of age groups in Counselling for over 25 years. As a supervisor, she provides services to all kinds of people in work environments, which generally involve the caring profession. This includes education, chaplaincy, aged care, and counselling and community services to name a few.

It is Ros’s desire that time in supervision aids and assists you to be effective and empowered in your professional role, prioritise healthy choices and self-care within your role, provide ethical duty of care within the guidelines of your professional code of ethics and be well resourced and networked in your role.

COURSE FACILITATORS

Doreen Thomas

Dip. Of Counselling (Workplace Counselling) Grief Recovery Course-  The Grief Recovery Method Outreach Program provides the correct action choices that help people move beyond the pain caused by loss.  It is a program which creates a safe environment in which to look at old beliefs about dealing with loss; to look at what losses have affected your life; and to take new actions which lead to completion of the pain attached to one of those losses. www.griefrecoveryredlands.net

 

Jorge & June Alla

CAP Money Course – The CAP Money Course will provide you with the tools you need to successfully navigate your way through your finances, putting money in its rightful place. The principles will work to organise your finances irrespective of the size of your income or financial know-how.

 

Chris & Nancy Button, Steve & Angie Holloway

The marriage course is a series of seven video presentations led by Nicky and Sila Lee, authors of “The Marriage Book”.

There is never any group activities during the night and all couples are at their own tables. All discussions are private between you and your partner with a different topic each session, all seeking to strengthen and enrich a couple’s relationship.