Merle Conyer, Master of Counselling & Applied Psychotherapy, Master of Narrative Therapy & Community Work
Merle Conyer supports individuals, teams, organisations and communities responding to interpersonal, institutional, political, cultural and environmental trauma, healing and justice. Contexts in which she contributes include mental health, legal, government, academic and community sectors, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander services, organisations facilitating redress for institutional abuse, and those contributing to human rights, social justice and environmental justice.
Her track record includes board, management, service delivery and volunteer roles. Through her independent practice she currently offers counselling, supervision, debriefing, training, groupwork, wellbeing support and consulting services. She interweaves interdisciplinary wisdoms such as somatic psychotherapy, trauma-informed practice, narrative therapy, ecological psychotherapy, focusing and mindfulness practices, and is guided by both clinical and cultural supervision.
Merle is an Accredited Supervisor and Clinical Member with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia. She holds a Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, Master of
Counselling and Applied Psychotherapy, Master of Education, Graduate Diploma of Communication Management (Human Resource Development), and Diplomas of Somatic Psychotherapy and Energetic Healing.
Master of Education (Information Technology in Education and Training) Master of Counselling and Applied Psychotherapy Master of Narrative Therapy and Community Work Graduate Diploma in Communication Management (Human Resource Development) Bachelor of Science (Education) Diploma of Somatic Psychotherapy Diploma of Energetic Healing Certificate IV in Telephone Counselling Certificate Meditation Facilitation