Hi, I’m Deb Hill and I take a Spirit, Mind, Body approach to wellbeing.
My passion for this framework is based on the amazing results I and others have experienced through the use of a few simple tools, coupled with the willingness to be honest with ourselves.
I developed these tools after years of working with others, when I realised something was missing.
That something has turned out to be the core aspect of my practice. It’s in understanding the relevance of the condition of our Soul to happiness.
If you are to achieve your very best, then all aspects of who you are as a human being need to be considered.
In fact, you move further and faster when these three aspects are brought into alignment. It’s about who YOU [Self] are in all it’s entirety, Spirit, as well as mind and body. These aspects are interwoven.
Facing yourself without judging yourself
You begin with facing yourself. Going within and being willing to accept what you find, warts and all. The truth will set you free, as the saying goes.
At first it appears difficult. But as you learn to look without judging, it becomes a truly rewarding experience.
In going within you’re led to a deeper, more meaningful understanding of who you are and why you’re here.
Within yourself lies your True Self (Soul) which is connected to a higher source of wisdom and Power.
Through separation from this aspect you create suffering, unknowingly.
Therefore we uncover the source of your separation, the old ideas and attitudes which keep you stuck in the past.
As you address your shadow side, true integration begins, resulting in a genuine experience of connection, freedom, and happiness.
Your True Self is who you really are, the person you were born to be.
The inner person who is a unique, wonderful and precious human being.
With a degree in Social Work (current member AASW – Australian Association of Social Workers), and a Diploma in Counselling and Group-work, I’ve worked in a range of Government, Non-Government and Private Practice settings with families, couples, children, young people, parents, and individuals, to address a wide range of topics including:
- Personal growth
- Self esteem issues
- Fear and anxiety
- Alcoholism and Addiction
- Marriage breakdown
- Family breakdown
- Loss of a partner
- EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
- Separation & Divorce
Social work allows me to ascertain individual needs and resources, mindful of your specific challenges, whilst also assessing the need for other relevant community resources or support networks if required.