Welcome to my hub!

Counsellor | Psychotherapist | Supervisor

My name is Neri.

My WHY: to create an impact in people’s life so that, together, we can do ordinary things in an extraordinary way.

My HOW: by connecting with one person at a time to thoroughly explore and address any areas of concern, in order to achieve significant insights into life journey.

My WHAT: I provide a suite of services, including Counselling, Coaching, Clinical Supervision, Training and Consultancy.

Born and raised in Vietnam, I migrated to Australia to complete further studies in psychology, counselling and psychotherapy. In the past 13 years, I have worked across various workplace settings, including public, private and corporate health and community services, supporting individuals, couples, families and teams in Australia and the United Kingdom.

My credentials are:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Science (Psychology),
  • Graduate Diploma in Counselling,
  • Master’s degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy,
  • Clinical Member and Accredited Supervisor of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).

I am passionate about assisting clients to overcome their barriers to create meaningful and sustaining life adjustments. I strongly believe in the empathic connection, practical solution-focused strategies and applicable guidance to establish positive changes.

With an understanding of both Eastern values and Western culture, I often use my extensive knowledge to bridge the gap in Western-based counselling and psychotherapy techniques. I fully believe in the strength of connectedness and by empowering each individual, lives can be transformed.

Connect with me directly on 0432 015 204 or at brain.body.conversation@gmail.com.

Thank you for considering my service.

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Brain Body Conversation acknowledges the Aboriginal Australians as the traditional inhabitants and custodians of the lands on which we are each situated today. We pay respect to the Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. 

We remember that this land was, is and always will be Aboriginal land, and we acknowledge a deep sorrow for the loss of language, culture and lives due to the ongoing effects of colonisation. We also acknowledge the survival of the Aboriginal cultural practices and connection to the country that are vital to the richness of our community and ongoing spiritual nourishment.