Clair Star Byrne
Clair has worked in the counselling field for many years after receiving a Bachelor of Social Science in Child and Family Studies from Griffith University in 1999.
These days Clair is a registered Clinical Supervisor with the Queensland Counselling Association and a member of the EAGALA Association.
Clair has continued to extend her experience with further training in:
- Sexual assault and harassment counselling.
- Child Safety and Domestic Violence training.
- Suicide prevention.
- Couples counselling.
- Family therapy training.
- Rainbow Training to support members of the LGBTI community.
- CALD training.
- Mental Health Training.
- Mindfulness and ACT based meditation as therapy mentoring. Save
- EAGALA TRAINING for equine assisted psychotherapy.
Clair has worked with:
- Relationship counselling with one of Australia’s counselling services.
- Life Without Barriers as a Next Step After Care co-ordinator.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
- JMC Academy as a campus counsellor.
- QUT as a child facilitator with PEACH program
- Senior counsellor for Kids Help Line, Parentline and Support Link Australia.
Julie has 12 years equine experience, is a certified riding instructor and has the natural horsemanship to understand and relate to horses on all levels.
Julie works with horses in a way that allows them to express their true personalities through positive reinforcement because she believes that this helps them be a key part of therapy for humans.
Julie is currently studying a High Education Diploma of Counselling Skills.
Anne is a retired nurse and has been passionate about horses since she first lay eyes on one. For over 40 years she has owned, cared, bred, trained, ridden and competed with several horses.
While living in NSW she completed a horse management certificate and recently completed the Scenar for Equines training so that she can provide relief from pain and stiffness for horses.
Anne understands that one never stops learning and she knows that horses can make life better for people and is glad she can contribute to this process.