Adrienne is a counsellor, psychotherapist and educator. She is passionate about Psychosynthesis. This process is dynamic, dramatic and harmonising. Experiencing “self” is transformative. and offers a pathway to our higher potential.
A Soul Talk by Desak Yoni
Desak provides a service for women that allows them to rebuild their lives after traumatic events. This rebuilding she accomplishes through her 6 steps samsara coaching; bringing up to the surface, self-awareness and self-definition.
A Soul Talk by Karen Leverenz
Karen is a transpersonal life and spiritual business coach. She is going to talk about the themes in her, soon to be released, book, The Process of 'Waking Up' and what this actually means. And the higher hero's journey through the star signs.
Joy Is the patron and coordinator of Soul Talks. For 30 years her nurse practice offered end of life home care. She is the author of: As Good as Goodbyes Get—a Window into Death and Dying, My Way—One Nurse’s Passion for End of Life and Parting the Veil—Reflections on Soul.
Joy Nugent and Elaine
Having been a palliative care nurse for 3 decades Joy is exploring soul and preparing for the next life. She shares her understanding of the world of chakras as introduced to her by Caroline Myss. Elaine will give a short summary regarding her experience with the Al-Anon program.
Mandy has a Law Degree, a Masters Degree in Public Policy and Management, Post Graduate Diplomas in Community Welfare, Counselling, Psychotherapy, Life Coaching, and Hypnosis. She is the founder of Thrive Living Adelaide and is passionate about facilitating personal growth.
Tori is a neuro physiotherapist and intuitive healer. She has a Masters degree in Physiotherapy and has studied Psychosynthesis—a mode of transpersonal counselling. Her clients have experienced the benefits of releasing negative beliefs and healing present and past life trauma.
For more than 30 years Lisa has sought to understand the nature and reality of life. Her journey of discovery brought her before a number of living Spiritual Masters and has given her deep experiences of what she was seeking. This reality she now knows as Oneness.
In her midlife, Joy left the comfortable life as the wife of a successful orthodontist to follow her calling and vocation as a private palliative care nurse. For more than three decades she was a student at the bedside of people who were dying. For Joy, fear of death is no more.