Amy Islip

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Amy is a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Relationship Therapist, and Educator known her warmth, humour, and extensive knowledge of relationship patterns.  In addition to her current therapeutic work, she has worked across many sectors facilitating emotional intelligence and relational skills training for corporate organisations, government, health and emergency services.

Amy’s passion is to create a better world through helping people to experience more love and connection in their lives – from the inside, out.  She has taught trainee Counsellors relational and communication skills for the Australian College of Applied Psychology and trained as a mindfulness teacher. 

Following a love of philosophy and mindfulness, she spent four years studying with senior Buddhist monks and nuns, locally and internationally.  She was one of the first laypeople in Australia to be invited to teach love and compassion practices for one of the largest Buddhist organisations in the world.  

She lives in Melbourne with her husband, Nathan, and their fur baby, Charlie (a feisty West Highland Terrier). When not working, Amy loves hanging with family and friends, yoga, meditation retreats and travelling light in “Boris” the campervan.

Contact details:
Phone: 1300 800827