Amelia is a mother of two boys, who loves to spend her time with her family, in nature or creating art. She is a qualified Youth Worker and is currently completing her Master of Social Work. She stands for social justice, equity for all and, is a strong advocate for those who are marginalised in our society. She loves to see people living their best life. She is trained in group facilitation, community development, trauma informed practice, meditation and mindfulness, women’s and girls circles, art therapy, youth and adult mental health first aid, outdoor recreation and coaching.
As a passionate advocate for holistic mental health and wellbeing for the mind, body, spirit and soul, Amelia is enthusiastic about bringing her work to schools, communities, organisations and individuals. She believes that through connection, creativity and mindfulness we can create positive shifts in our lives and communities.
Amelia is a lived experience practitioner. Through overcoming her own challenges with mental health, substance abuse and trauma, she has a highly developed empathic skill that enables her to be intuitive and gentle in her approach. Her ability to hold space for group work is finely tuned and she can pick up on their subtle dynamics. She understands that the path to wellness is grounded in our daily lives and offers practical support to empower her clients.