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Maya Floyd, BA Psych, PGDip Psych, Cert Existential Practice


Maya Floyd is a lecturer at the Australian College of Applied Psychology, a clinical supervisor for counsellors and psychologists, and a 4+2 accreditation principal supervisor. Maya has over 13 years’ experience in psychology and counselling in non-government organisations and private practice, providing services to adolescents, adults, and families. Her unique blend of existentially oriented approach and background in psychology allows clients to experience counselling that is evidence-based and deeply personal to their concerns, supportive of their values, and begins with the client's experience and understanding of the problem. Maya holds a BA and Postgrad Dip in Psychology, a Cert IV in Training and Assessment, a Certificate and Specialisation in Existential Practice, and is currently completing a Master’s in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Her principal interest is in embodied living and fidelity to one’s experience and how this way of being and relating can transform one’s existence. Maya Floyd is a lecturer at the Australian College of Applied Psychology, a clinical supervisor for counsellors and psychologists, and a 4+2 accreditation principal supervisor. Maya has over 13 years’ experience in psychology and counselling in non-government organisations and private practice, providing services to adolescents, adults, and families. Her unique blend of existentially oriented approach and background in psychology allows clients to experience counselling that is evidence-based and deeply personal to their concerns, supportive of their values, and begins with the client's experience and understanding of the problem. Maya holds a BA and Postgrad Dip in Psychology, a Cert IV in Training and Assessment, a Certificate and Specialisation in Existential Practice, and is currently completing a Master’s in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Her principal interest is in embodied living and fidelity to one’s experience and how this way of being and relating can transform one’s existence.

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