Meet Tina Bramley ...
Before becoming a counsellor and psychotherapist, Tina built a wealth of experience working in corporate, not-for-profit, education and local government roles. The professionalism, warmth, humour, creativity and down-to-earth approach she has developed during her career is the same approach she brings to her work as a therapist.
After completing studies in counselling several years ago, Tina felt that something was missing in her training. She felt that human beings were regarded as little more than 'machines with feelings'. Tina discovered the missing piece and a more soulful, spiritual approach when she completed studies in Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (post-graduate level) . This qualification is accredited by the national peak body, the Psychotherapy And Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).
Tina's training combines cutting-edge knowledge (including mindfullness and trauma-informed approaches) with ancient wisdom drawn from spiritual traditions around the world. Her primary method -- process-oriented psychology -- is genuinely client-led. Tina partners with people to achieve their goals through developing self-knowledge, self-awareness and a greater sense of connectedness with themselves and the world.
To find out more about the services on offer, visit the Services page.
In April 2020, Tina was profiled in the Ordinary People column (Courier Mail, QWeekend). The journalist was Amanda Watt and the photographer was Mark Cranitch. For copyright reasons, just a snippet of the article is featured below.