About me

I am a registered counsellor and a South Asian Woman of Colour, with an Australian-Sri Lankan Bicultural Identity. Through my lived experience I have gained a deep insight into how the cultural contexts in which we live and grow up shape our beliefs, identity, values, family dynamics and world-view. This is why I started a practice that delivers culturally responsive therapy, which is therapy that integrates the unique nuances of your cultural, socio-political and community experiences into the therapeutic process.

I’ve worked with Australia’s leading mental health organisations including Headspace & Mind Australia, supporting people from all walks of life work through complex issues including trauma, family violence, PTSD/CPTSD, relationship/interpersonal issues, & mood disorders such as anxiety & depression.

Qualifications & Practice Details

Member: Australian Counselling Association (ACA)


Master of Counselling

Master of Clinical Psychology (scheduled to complete in 2022)

Graduate Diploma of Psychology & Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced

Bachelor of Science

Insurance Plans: Private Health Insurance Rebates Available

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details



Types of Clients
Young People
Older Adults
Session Types
  • Depression
  • Anxiety including social phobia & panic attacks
  • Trauma & sexual abuse
  • Difficulty controlling emotions
  • Perfectionism
  • Disordered eating
  • Anger management
  • Stress
  • Family violence
  • Cultural clashes with family, friends, colleagues
  • Racism & discrimination
  • Identity & belonging
  • Culture shock and adjustment difficulties for migrants
  • Relationship, family and interpersonal issues
  • Stigma around separation / divorce
  • Impact of patriarchy for women
  • Gender roles and expectations
  • Culture pressures / expectations e.g. academic success, career, life-stage