Who is Changes in Between?
Hi I’m Julie! I’m the founder of Changes in Between. I provide counselling, coaching, and consulting to honour your loss, rebuild your life, find your placeTM.
Sometimes when change happens in or to your life, you can feel lost in the wilderness. Change can be overwhelming! You’re not where you were. You’re not yet where you want to, or think you should be. As a result, your relationships to yourself and others, objects, possessions, past, present, future become confusing. Through our work together, you may make sense, and find meaning to enable you to feel better.
Honour Your Loss, Rebuild Your Life, Find Your PlaceTM
I became a young widow at 30. At the time, I was working in the field of dying, death, and bereavement. Consequently, I now work with people experiencing life transitions in those changes in between.
Over the past 25 years, I have explored and experienced many different activities and educational paths. My aim is to bring you the best possible service at Changes in Between with all that I have learnt to meet you where you are. Firstly, through commitment to ongoing learning in each of the focus areas. Secondly, by active membership with to professional associations and following their code of ethics. Thirdly, from relationships with peers and networks. Finally, with my own therapy, clinical supervision, coaching and mentoring, and a simple self-care plan. You can see some of my qualifications and professional associations below.
Counselling to Honour Your Loss
At Changes in Between, I use different counselling approaches that will compliment your needs. I have training and experience in the list below. Currently I’m undertaking studies in the second year of a four-year relational gestalt psychotherapy program.
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Collaborative Therapy
- Dignity Therapy
- Emotionally Focused Therapy
- Existential Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
- Narrative Therapy
- Nature Based Therapy
- Person-Centred Therapy
- Positive Psychology
- Single Session Work
- Solution Focused Therapy
- Strengths-Based Therapy
Coaching to Rebuild Your Life
My training and experience in coaching is in life, transition, and wellness coaching. In addition, there is some overlap with acceptance and commitment therapy, motivational interviewing, positive psychology, and strengths-based approaches.
I’m currently undertaking further studies with the Coach Approach for Organizers over the next two years. I can use these coaching skills to help you with your productivity and organising goals.
Consulting to Find Your Place
The approach that I take to organising and productivity consulting draws from the following:
- National Association for Productivity and Organising (NAPO)
- Institute for Challenging Disorganization
- Hoarding Home Solutions
- Virtual Professional Organising.
Areas of specialisation include
- chronic disorganisation
- time management and productivity
- life transition
- residential organising
- household management.
Presently enrolled in an 18-month extensive organising and productivity program through NAPO University.
I live in the North Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne with my husband, two sons and long-haired chihuahua.
Being part Danish, I enjoy learning more about the Danish culture, food, language and hygge. Becoming hygge (pronounced hue–guh) is a big part of my life. It has been described as a quality of cosiness, comfort, and contentment in the everyday, in our homes and connection with outdoors.
As a child, I lived next to a forest and spent much time in nature. Outdoor education has impacted on my life direction and has been a source of healing and self soothing. Being in and journeying in nature also played a significant part in working through my own grief as a young widow. In my spare time I enjoy bushwalking in the forest and walking around my local area.
You are welcome to use the 15-minute telephone enquiry to see if I may be the right person to meet your needs.
Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy: Australian College of Applied Psychology
Graduate Diploma of Counselling: Australian College of Applied Psychology
Graduate Certificate of Bereavement Counselling & Intervention: Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement
Bachelor of Behavioural Science: Monash University, Australia
Advanced Diploma of Group Facilitation: Groupwork Institute of Australia
Certificate IV in Alcohol and other Drugs: Open Colleges and ICM Training
Certificate IV in Mental Health: Open Colleges and ICM Training
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment: Melbourne Polytechnic
Advanced Certificate of Trauma Counselling: Trauma Institute, Australia
Advanced Accreditation in Nature Based Therapy: Nature Based Therapy, Australia
Professional Certificate End-of-Life-Doula: University of Vermont, USA
Professional Certificate Companion Animal End-of-Life-Doula: University of Vermont, USA
End of Life Doula Foundation and Intensive Training: Preparing the Way, Australia
Other Academic Qualifications
Master of Information Systems Management: Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Master of Education (Experiential Learning and Development, Wilderness Adventure Stream): Victoria University of Technology, Australia
Master of Applied Science (Innovation and Service Management): Royal Melbourne University of Technology, Australia
Certified Bereavement Practitioner (CBP-00026): Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement
Certified Thanatologist (Study of Death, Dying and Bereavement): Association for Death Education and Counselling, USA
Certified Grief Recovery Specialist®: The Grief Recovery Institute, Australia
Life, Transition & Wellness Coaching
Accredited Life Coach: Life Coaching Academy, Australia
Level 3 Wellness Coaching: Professional Studies in Wellness Coaching: Wellness Coaching Australia
Professional Certificate in Health and Wellness Coaching: Wellness Coaching Australia.
Certificate in Food, Lifestyle and Wellness: Wellness Coaching Australia & Cadence Health
Coaching Essentials: Coach Approach for Organizers, USA
Strengths-Based Coaching: Coach Approach for Organizers, USA
Organising & Productivity Consulting
Hoarding Home Solutions for Independent Service Providers (Graduate) Mental Health Provider: Hoarding Home Solutions, Australia
Understanding and Treating Hoarding Disorder Course: The University of Sydney, Centre for Continuing Education, Australia.
Compulsive Hoarding – Conceptualizing and Treating the Chaos: PESI, USA.
ADHD in Adults: Diagnosis, Impairments and Management: PESI, USA.
The Costs of Undertreated ADHD: Health Outcomes and Implications for Life Expectancy: PESI, USA.
Institute for Challenging Disorganization, USA
Level I – ADHD
Level I – Aging
Level I – Basic CD
Level I – Client Management
Level I – Health Issues / Conditions
Level I – Hoarding Issues
Level I – Interpersonal Issues
Level I – Life Transitions
Level I – Students and Learning Theories
Level I – Time Management / Productivity
Level II – Chronic Disorganisation Specialist®
Level II – ADHD Specialist
Level II – Aging Specialist
Level II – Hoarding Specialist
Level II – Time Management / Productivity Specialist
- Brain-Based Conditions Specialist Certificate
- Essentials of Entrepreneurship Certificate of Study
- Essentials of Organizing Certificate of Study
- Household Management Specialist Certificate
- Life Transitions Specialist Certificate
- Residential Organizing Specialist Certicate
- Team Productivity Specialist Certificate
- Workplace Productivity Specialist Certificate
The calla lily known for its beauty and simplicity. It is often used in weddings and funerals and symbolises transition and resilience. At home in the garden, but also often seen growing in water and in barren wasteland.