About Us

Creating Safe Spaces

At Creative Space counselling we feel privileged to work with people, families and children, to create spaces of exploration, reflection, resolution and discovery.

Our skilled practitioners have many years of experience and bring a wealth of knowledge from the wellbeing, counselling and creative therapies fields.

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Creative Therapies

When we have a lived experience of trauma, illness, disability or neurodiversity, our senses can be under or overwhelmed at times.

By using creative therapies to heal, we can find new ways to understand ourselves and our external environments.

The human experience is not one dimensional, we live creatively using all of our senses through touch and movement. In this way wellness can be understood as olfactory, auditory and visual all at once.


A belief that we all have the ability to access our own unique creative processes and ways of being. Creativity connects us to ourselves, our communities, our environment and our workplaces, empowering us to tell our story in varied and meaningful ways.


Holding a safe and non-judgemental space where individuals can bring all parts of themselves. A space where people can be seen and heard, a space for expressing ourselves wholly and uniquely. A space to connect and to give ourselves time.


Where we walk beside you, assisting you on your journey, holding a safe space for your exploration, discoveries, new ways of being and doing. Empowering individuals and groups to unlock their potential and step forwards with confidence.

We Practice Inclusivity in a Safe Space for Everyone…

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At Creative Space counselling we feel privileged to work with people, families and children of all ages, genders, ethnicity and backgrounds.

We also acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.