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Healthy Life Transitions is dedicated to offering professional and effective counselling and conflict resolution services for individuals, couples and families.

Healthy Life Transitions specialises in: Post Separation Counselling & Education, Family Dispute Resolution, Child Inclusive Practise, Family and Individual Counselling, and Personal Development Programs.

Post Separation Parenting Program

Research on the impact of marital conflict and its costs for children provide compelling rationale for providing support, and strengthening of parental capacity during the process of separation.

The courseaims to assistindividuals indeveloping healthy post separation strategies. It also focuses on assisting those individual who have current concerns that need to be addressed.

The course is run over4 weeks with one session per week, each session is2 hour. Options are available for groups that include weeknight and weekend workshops.


Healthy Life Transitions offers professional counselling services for individuals, couples and families.

AtHealthy Life Transitions our counsellorsare committed to:

  • Listen effectively to what you are saying
  • Work with you to define your goals with respect to your values and culture
  • Facilitate your untangling of thoughts, feelings and worries about a situation
  • Help you gain your own insight into how you act, think and feel
  • Teach, show and help you express your emotions in your own way
  • Teach, show and help you work out your own solutions to problems
  • Teach, show and help you accept what cannot be changed
  • Teach, show, help and supports you and your relationship while you do all this
  • Help you become empowered to act in ways that are in your best interest
  • Use a variety of different techniques to help you explore what is important to you

Do You Have Healthy Life Skills?

Are you:

  • authentic: live in the here and now, respond to people and events in a genuine way
  • realistic: know the difference between what they can and cannot change.
  • in charge: take steps to control what they can change and take responsibility for their actions and feelings.
  • open to experience: willing to experience both their internal and external realities accurately and fully even if it means dealing with grief, anger or frustration.
  • capable of intimacy: are able to give and receive love and share their feelings with others.
  • accepting of others: gauge people by their individual merits and not according to race, sex, age or economic background.
  • balanced in their reactions: able to lead as well as follow, judge as well as empathize.
  • able to enjoy life: take pleasure in family, community, work and leisure without expecting perfection.
  • self-accepting: feel good in their own skin, like themselves and have a sense of being worthwhile.

Family Dispute Resolution

Changes have been made to the family law system to encourage parents to develop cooperative parenting solutions without going to court. Family dispute resolution is a practical way for separating families to try to resolve any disagreements and make arrangements for the future.

Our Family Dispute Resolution/Mediation services include: education, information, counselling, and dispute resolution to help couples and families resolve conflict.

Mediation forseparated families assists parents to worktogether, and reach agreements which are in the best interest of their children. In mediation these parents will work towards establishing a parenting plan and a cooperative parentingstyle.

The familydispute resolutionprocess involves:

  • Parties listening to each other with respect
  • Identifying issues which need to be resolved
  • Sharing relevant information
  • Exploring ideas and options
  • Testing possible solutions
  • Negotiating agreements

The mediationprocess not only ensures a child focussed outcome; but saves in the high costs anddelays associated with the court system.

Child Inclusive mediation is also available, when appropriate,to support the rights of the child in parental conflict. It aims to reduce potential emotional and developmental burdens for children that are, unfortunately, the frequent victims of marital distress. Research on the impact of marital conflict and its costs for children provide compelling rationale for providing support, and strengthening of parental capacity during the process of separation.

The Family Dispute Resolution process usually consists of an initial interview for each party (1 hour) and Mediation(3 hours). If child inclusive mediation is required thenconsultation timewith the child/children is also required, the mediation process will also be extended to 4 hours in these circumstances.

201 Wickham Tce
Spring Hill, QLD 4000
Healthy Life Transitions
Phone (04) 1232 5514
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