Mandala Health - Naturopathy & Counselling Psychotherapy
Suite 1, Level 1
4A Collier Street
Mandala Health is multi-modality, holistic and integrative health-care practice that provides a range of therapeutic services in:
- Naturopathy – Nutrition and Herbal Medicine
- Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Sandplay Therapy
- Clinical Supervision, for Counsellors & Psychotherapists
This unique array of holistic and integrative MindBody therapies caters to the full spectrum of human physical, psychological & spiritual problems, that people seek help for. It allows clients the choose the therapeutic approach most suited to their specific health-care needs.
Specialising in the following fields…
Naturopathy is a holistic medical system, rooted in ancient wisdom traditions that believe that life, health and disease follow natural and logical laws and philosophical principles, such as Vitalism & Holism.
Naturopathy uses herbal medicine, nutrition therapy, diet and lifestyle modifications, to support the Vital healing potential, and core body functions, to restore health & vitality.
Counselling Psychotherapies are a range of psychological practices used to support the mental, emotional, relational and spiritual wellbeing of individuals, couples and groups.
These non-pathologising and strength affirming therapies help individuals resolve issues such as depression, anxiety, emotional distress, relationship issues, deep shame and trauma.
Couples therapy is a form of psychotherapy that works with intimate couples in relationship to improve communication, trust, and emotional connection.
It helps couples to renegotiate roles and commitments in response to life-changes and developments.
Sandplay therapy is a form of depth psychotherapy where sand, water and symbolic figures are arranged in a tray, in a way that reflects each persons psychological process. It is a non-verbal, experiential method that facilitate the mind’s natural capacity for emergent insights, self-organisation and healing.
Sandplay is effective therapy for children, adolescents and adults, as couples and in family groups.
Clinical supervision is an essential component of ongoing professional development and education that continues after psychotherapy training is complete.
Supervision involves a therapist reflecting on various aspects of their clinical work with another experienced therapist experienced therapist. It can be one of the most significant and influential relationships for a therapist in their career.