Your Storyline is currently in a state of transition. As of January 2020 Felicity will have increased her hours as a mental health clinician at Sonder to 0.8 FTE, and will have scaled down her private practice. She will still offer sessional lecturing for the University of Adelaide in their Graduate Program in Counselling and Psychotherapy but will not be practicising at Nada Counselling in Hindmarsh anymore. And while a counselling and supervision service will still be available, it will be limited to a Saturday. For details about Felicity and her special interests please see about me or scroll down for more about how Your Storyline might benefit you through Felicity's expertise.

Your Storyline Counselling Service

Counselling is available through either Skype or home visiting (limited to the inner north east of Adelaide). Please contact Felicity for information about her competitive rates and note that Felicity is a Medicare registered practitioner and has an EFTPOS machine so can offer a Medicare rebate on the spot.

This service is particularly interested in the unique needs of older adults, those with a disability or life limiting illness, carers and the experience of motherhood for contemporary women. It uses evidence based practices such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Committment Therapy, and Narrative Therapy. It can assist with the following issues:

  • Stress Management
  • Life Transitions
  • Grief & Loss
  • Anxiety
  • Carer Support
  • Pain Management
  • Coping with Illness/ Palliative Care
  • New Parenthood Support
  • Depression
  • Improve Relationships
  • Social Integration
  • Trauma Management

Your Storyline Supervision & Consultancy Service


Skype consultation (at competitive rates) is available for national and international people interested in connecting with Felicity, especially in relation to her book Counselling and Psychotherapy with Older People in Care: A Support Guide through Jessica Kingsley Publishers of London. She is also available for face to face supervision (at Klemzig or Norwood) for people in Adelaide. Please send her a message to explore how she might assist.


If your organisation would like to benefit from Felicity's expertise then please send her a message. You might also like to note her current training and advisory portfolio in relation to aged care which includes:

* The Living Well talk that was first delivered to residents of Retire Australia. For feedback and details please see the section older adults on this website.

* The Counselling Seniors lecture for students of the Graduate Program of Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Adelaide.

* Introductory presentations about Psychotherapy with Older Adults to members of the Australian Association of Social Workers South Australian branch and Domiciliary Care employees.


With Tim Walsh, presenting the inagaural Holding the Space for Age: social work, therapy and work with advanced seniors lecture re ending the 'tug of war' by learning how to 'drop the rope'.


* Workshops on Managing Distress in Older Adults to care workers and allied health staff at aged care facilities and intermediate level short term counselling solutions to employees at SA Health in acute care (hospital and rehabilitation settings).

* Presentations about counselling and psychotherapy with older adults to various Mental Health Practice Network (MHPN) meetings in Adelaide.

* The Holding the Space for Age: social work, therapy and work with advanced seniors lecture for 4th year students doing the intensive Social Work and Older Adults for the Bachelor of Social Work at the University of South Australia.

Felicity presenting at the National Forum on Social Work in Aged Care Settings at RMIT university Melbourne in November 2018.