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My Story

This is the last photo taken with my sister Jaye, on her 19th birthday (I was almost 22). Little did I know that only a few months later, after a long battle with depression, she would die by suicide. Grief has given me many lessons, and a deep appreciation for life that has led me down a path of self-discovery and growth. This is the reason I became a counsellor.

My business name is a nod to my sis, and the Blue Jay bird is a symbol of communication, interconnectedness, curiosity, fearlessness and clarity - which is fitting for my work with clients.

I hope to be a safe place for you to land when you are having a difficult time or just want to work on yourself. I want you to know that it is possible to move forward and create lasting change in your life - even if you feel stuck, frustrated or hopeless right now, please know you can reach a place where the heavy things aren’t holding you back anymore. It's never too late.

Photo of Skye and her sister embracing and smiling
Photo of Skye sitting on a couch smiling in front of a white backdrop

Education & Training

  • Diploma of Counselling 

  • Australian Counselling Association Level 1 Member 

  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy trainings 

  • Volunteer Peer Supporter - Red Nose & SANDS Bereavement Support Line 

  • Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory: Trauma, Attachment, Self-Regulation & Emotions​ 

  • Personalizing Meditation Practice for clients 

  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Certificate

  • Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1 and Level 2 Clinical Trainings

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