Therapeutic support & professional learning for healthcare workers & educators

When you're overwhelmed, overworked and anxious, you are in survival mode.

You're in too deep to think ahead.

And it's way too hard to enact that self care plan.

Even thinking about it can feel exhausting.

What you need is a way to create space and connect back into yourself.

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Find self compassion, connection & therapeutic support through music, the body and personal inquiry.

Not sure what's best for you or your team? Contact me for a chat to see how I can support you.

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You love your job but at times it's heavy going.

Helping others at work doesn't mean that you have to go it alone.

Sometimes, you need a helping hand.

About Minky van der Walt

As an allied health clinician with over 20 years experience, including trauma expertise over the last 12 years, I know very well the toll that caring for others can take. I’ve worked in large public hospitals, small private hospitals, primary schools, high schools, early childhood centres, community mental health and child and adolescent therapy services. I have extensive experience in providing therapeutic support to families, individuals and services experiencing extreme stress, and working alongside, and in consultation with, the educators, emergency service workers and health professionals who support them.

I know the impact of this work.

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