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Budding Resilience Therapies provides evidence based support for children, young people, and adults struggling with stress or their mental health. I offer therapeutic services using strengths-based methods to assist clients.

I aim to provide support in an empowering, client-centered manner and seek to preserve the emotional safety, dignity, and privacy of those engaged in the service, whilst promoting resilience and growth.




Budding Resilience offers counselling to children, young people and adults. This can include short term or long-term support.

Contact the number below for a free 15 minute consultation. Cost is $100 per hour online or in Kingswood location.

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Budding Resilience offers biopsychosocial assessments for children, young people and adults, with recommendations on how to improve their wellbeing. These assessments include recent research and evidence-based materials.



Budding Resilience offers a high standard of clinical supervision for those who seek support from someone with extensive experience in the areas of child protection, out of home care, mental health, and youth support. Cost is $100 per hour online or in Kingswood location.



Budding Resilience creates yoga programs for children, young people and adults impacted by stress or trauma. Budding Resilience Therapies is affiliated with the Yoga Impact Charity and can therefore offer a free ten week yoga program to eligible not for profit organisations or health workers. 

Resources around the benefits of yoga are available upon request, feel free to get in touch for more information.



Cosgrove Crescent, Kingswood NSW 2747


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We would like to acknowledge that our services occur on the traditional lands of the Aboriginal people of the Darug nation, and pays respects to Elders both past, present, and future.



After graduating with a degree in Social Work, my passion for working with children and families affected by trauma led me to a career within child protection and out of home care. I have supported vulnerable children and families within case management roles for almost a decade, with extensive experience working within both government and NGO sectors. My working relationship with children and young people drove my determination to seek better support and outcomes.

During my time in case management, I extended my role to work externally as a consulting clinician with Assessment’s Australia for three years. As an independent service, I worked alongside a range of health services, specialists, government agencies and NGO’s to providing comprehensive reporting including investigation, court reports, trauma interventions, child development and interviewing. My role sought to empower children and young people by providing recommendations to governing bodies with a heavy emphasis on their wishes.

I have been working within a direct therapeutic role with my client base to support them in growing and developing their resilience, and began work as a counsellor at the Kids Helpline in 2020. I have recently had experience as a counsellor supporting adult survivors of sexual assault through the National Redress Scheme and currently work in Behaviour Support through NDIS.

My therapeutic skills and knowledge are based in both traditional talk therapies, as well as alternative evidence-based therapies, such as yoga. I hope to explore further evidence-based alternative therapies in the future.

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"Relationships matter: the currency for systemic change was trust, and trust comes from forming healthy working relationships. People,  not programs, change people."

Dr Bruce Perry

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