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Joanna is a gifted and creative woman. She has a unique ability to communicate her ideas clearly and effectively. Her enthusiasm and energy are infectious and integral to everything she does.

I have found her to be a person of honesty and integrity who possesses the human qualities of generosity and kindness.

DR GRAHAM WILLIAMS, MEDITATION ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA

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FROM THE HEART

Thank you again. I am left with the impression that you are a truly remarkable person.

JEN, FORMER CLIENT

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WITH THANKS

I have learnt so much in our time together and really deepened my relationship with myself, my partner and my family. Thank you.

HELEN, FORMER CLIENT

Joanna is extremely talented and experienced as a counsellor and brings professionalism and authenticity to her work. She listens carefully to my needs; first clarifying what I want and how I want to get there, then helping me to map out unique ways to achieve my goals.  Joanna has been a great personal support and soundboard, helping me remain focused on my values and challenging me to think in different ways. She is personable, authentic, organised, reliable and professional and brings years of experience that is invaluable for anyone.    

 

GEORGINA MANNING, WELLBEING FOR KIDS

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