Our Counsellors


Clinical Counsellor and Owner
M.A.C.A (Level 2)
MA (ClinCouns)
MA (WritPub)
BA (Psych)

Angie Plews

What you can expect from Angie the counsellor:

I am a feminist at heart, with a passion for the improvement of Australian women’s mental health. Over the course of my career, I have been fortunate enough to listen to the stories of thousands of women, and one thing that has spoken loudest to me is that the stress of being a woman in the 21st century is affecting our mental health across our lifespan. From the narratives I have been privileged to hear, I understand that we are tired; we are hurting from past trauma; we are trying to avoid future pain; and we are just trying to cope with a life that often asks too much from us. Depression and anxiety are just two of the ways that our mind reacts to these stressors, but our lives and overall health can be affected in many ways.

I am a holistic counsellor who follows the biopsychosocial model of mental health. Not only can I help you regain good mental health, but also support you in understanding how all of the aspects of your life contribute to an overall feeling of wellness. In my practice, I use an integrated model of treatment underpinned by a person-centred and trauma-informed approach with evidence-based therapies like Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Somatic Therapy, CBT, and Interpersonal Therapy. 

From me, you can expect a compassionate and interested partner in your mental health journey. We will work to understand the thoughts, emotions and behaviours that are preventing you from living the life you want. There will be no judgment, no quick fixes and no ‘advice giving’. You will tell me how you want your mental health to look, and we will work together to achieve it.

Angie the person:

I am on a lifelong quest for knowledge through books, travel, human interaction, movies, and music. I play many roles in my life, some of which are: wife to an amazing husband; mother to a strong and talented daughter; and carer to 3 crazy dogs. I also love cheese.


Clinical Counsellor
M.A.C.A (Level 2)

Katrina Flintham

What you can expect from Katrina the counsellor:

As a woman who has chosen a career in supporting others, I have an unwavering passion in assisting women to navigate areas of challenge, growth and change. Women’s experiences in the modern world are multidimensional, complex and unique. We come from varied and diverse backgrounds; however, I have found women often hold a common thread of finding themselves feeling disconnected from their inner voice, needs and sense of self. We can find ourselves struggling to make sense of our relationships with others and ourselves while traversing the complexities of womanhood. When women find themselves at a crossroad at any stage of life, it is often our mental health that becomes impacted. In such times, life can become confusing and feel difficult to understand and manage. My goal as a counsellor is to provide support through these transitions with warmth, non-judgment, empathy, understanding and compassion. I do this utilising goal-orientated strategies, evidenced-based practice and client-tailored interventions.

I approach my sessions from a Person-Centred framework. Together we will explore the biopsychosocial contributing factors to your current challenges, using a mix of best practice therapies including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Emotional Regulation, Family Systems Therapy, Attachment Base Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Interpersonal Psychotherapy. My therapeutic work and approaches are underpinned by Trauma Informed Practice using strengths-based framework seeing survivors as unique, coping the best way they can after enduring extremely abnormal circumstances. Trauma informed practice is founded on five core principles – safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration and empowerment as a respect for diversity. As a humanistic and holistic counsellor these core principles are at the very heart of my work.

My commitment to you as your counsellor is to meet you where you are at on your journey, in whichever stage of life you find yourself, with deep listening and care. We will work collaboratively to put you in the driver’s seat of your life, where you can regain control of your feelings, emotions and thoughts. I will work with you in taking gentle steps, at your own pace, towards identifying and exploring the intrinsic capacities you hold to improve your mental and emotional well-being.

Katrina the person:

I am a lover of the ocean, my three incredible children and my little Jack Russell Luna. I have a strong sense of social justice and value equality and equity for all human beings. I believe that the empowerment of women and girls is the key to changing the status quo and creating a more harmonious world. Time in nature and dinner with my womenfolk is like medicine for me, as is a really good belly laugh.

Contact Us

Ask a question or book an appointment below.

(07) 3124 7284 (Please note that we use an answering service and that your call may not be returned immediately)

Shop 9, 130 Ryans Road, Nundah, QLD, 4012.


Opening Hours

Monday – 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Tuesday – 9:00am – 2:30pm
Wednesday – 3:30pm – 7:30pm
Thursday – 9:00am – 2:30pm
Friday – CLOSED
Saturday – 9:00am - 11:00am 
Sunday – CLOSED