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Our Story

Whether you are conceiving, growing a little person, navigating those first 12 months or beyond, there are many bumps in the road. As experienced psychologists and as mothers ourselves, we connect with the truths ad realities of pregnancy, birthing, motherhood and juggling family and career. We can provide you with practical strategies and emotional support for those less-than-easy times along the journey into and through motherhood.

We’ve been inspired by the idea that by investing in the wellbeing of women we can enhance the wellbeing of your family, your relationships and community.


belinda

Belinda Williams
Psychologist + Career Coach

Belinda is a nature enthusiast, a doer and enjoys the simples pleasures of life. She is also a mother of two yin and yang cherubs (ages three and five). Belinda has extensive experience in organisational, educational and private practice settings where she has focused on understanding and applying the science of performance – helping people overcome challenge and reach their potential.

Belinda is an authentic, supportive and pragmatic therapist who will ensure you feel understood and empowered to make change. Belinda loves to support women with the social/emotional aspects of the transition into parenthood. She specialises in helping women experiencing difficulty conceiving and is equipped with an useful understanding of assisted reproductive technologies. She is skilled with the treatment of anxiety and depression during and post-pregnancy. Belinda helps women to resolve relationship strain through intentional self awareness and communication. Her in-depth organisation experience has contributed to her particular interest and unique skills in supporting women with navigating career challenges and changes whilst balancing family.

  • Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Hons. Psychology)

  • Registered Psychologist (AHPRA Reg # PSY0001645967)
  • Associate member of Australian Psychological Society
  • Member of the following APS Interest Groups: Perinatal and Infant Mental Health, Coaching Psychology, Positive Psychology, Child Adolescent and Family Psychology and Yoga and Psychology.
  • Circle of Security
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Perinatal Mental Health
  • Post-natal Mental Health
  • Bipolar support group facilitation
  • Mental Toughness


tawna

Tawna Tourle
Psychologist

Tawna is an ocean lover and a mother of three cheeky monkeys (ages one, four and six, ). Over the past decade she has worked as a psychologist with young people and adults across various community and clinical mental health settings. Tawna’s therapeutic approach is warm, engaging and collaborative. Her aim in working with people is to make them feel safe and at ease, providing them with a calm environment to explore big feelings and overwhelming thoughts. Tawna is committed to facilitating positive change and empowering individuals to overcome obstacles.

Particular interests of Tawna’s are post-natal depression and anxiety, parenting and relationship challenges. She is also interested in supporting individuals and families affected by traumatic births, grief and loss. Tawna’s work with single fathers and mothers re-entering the workforce has sparked her interest in supporting parents navigate the challenges of family-work life balance. She draws on a range of evidence-based therapy frameworks so she can tailor her support to meet the unique needs of people she works with.

  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology
  • Masters degree in Clinical Psychology
  • Registered Psychologist with AHPRA (Reg# PSY0001625242)
  • Full member of Australian Psychological Society
  • Associate member of Australian College of Clinical Psychology
  • Member of the APS Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Interest Group
  • Circle of Security
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Parenting Magic 1-2-3 & Emotion Coaching
  • Perinatal Mental Health
  • Post-natal Mental Health