(Just in case you wonder how my name is pronounced.......It is Me-O-E!
I am a licensed practitioner of dance / movement therapy registered at the Dance Movement Therapy Association of Australasia (Prof. DMT Reg. No.220-03).
I believe movement can express more than words do and a way to connect body and mind. I provide you with a space and time to breathe, ground the body and explore movement or stillness. I move with you in empathy, witness your movement, and listen to you with non-judgemental views, regardless your gender, sexuality, races or religions. My approach is psychodynamic and person centred. I offer individual and group therapy sessions.
Before coming to Australia, I clinically worked in special needs schools, NHS mental health hospitals and charities in the United Kingdom and Japan. I have also completed the Somatic Body Mapping Mentorship under Annette Schwalbe (UKRDMP, UKCP) and became a somatic Body Mapping practitioner conducting body-arts combined workshops for women. Recently I have offered the body mapping sessions to young refugees in England.
Before the U.K., I worked in India for 11 years; I co-founded an arts school for street, working and bonded labour children, rescuing them from streets, educating them in various art modalities, and putting them back to school. I discovered the strength and healing power in arts through this work and decided to become a movement-based therapist. In 2013, I moved to London to be trained as a DMT. Since then, I have worked with various population such as young people with mental health issues, women with postnatal depression, adults with extremely socially withdrawn syndromes and so on.
Area of Clinical Interest
Children and young people with special needs, women with depression, anxiety and other issues
My other interests
I am passionate about working creatively with young people from different cultures. I have a big dream to mobilise young people in Hiroshima or India or Australia to do cultural exchange to educate them in various topics such as nuclear free world, environmental issues, racism, and gender equality and so on. I hope to continue to deliver my services for those who need in Australia and Asia.