Flow Psychology

Integrative Holistic Health

Holistic Health or Whole person health refers to helping individuals improve and restore their health in multiple interconnected domains—biological, behavioural, social, environmental—rather than just treating disease or illness. Research on whole person health includes expanding the understanding of the connections between these various aspects of health, including connections between organs and body systems. Integrative health emphasizes the application of two or more multimodal interventions such as functional medicine, lifestyle changes, physical rehabilitation, psychotherapy and complementary health approaches in treating the whole person rather than, for example, one organ system. 

Physical Health & Behaviour Change Consultant
Founder, FLOW WELLNESS GROUP

Andrew Walls

Andrew is a Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach. He founded FLOW WELNESS GROUP with the intention of helping people to live better lifestyles and has worked within the industry for over 10 years. In his professional practice Andrew asserts the value of holistic wellbeing that comes from a healthy mind and healthy body working in unison. This is a combination of physical fitness, recovery, mindfulness, positive psychology, healthy attachment with food, meaningful relationships and the prioritising of oneself in order to find balance

Body Embodiement & Body Awareness Coach, Personal Trainer

Karen De Souza

Karen has engaged with children and adults in social work and community settings to provide support in recalibrating difficult life events and life circumstances. As an Embodiement Movement Coach, her work within the field of health and wellness focuses on inviting gentleness, compassion and strength within the body and carrying over these qualities to all aspects of living. Karen helps individuals experience ease and efficiency within muscles, joints and physical frame. She facilitates Body Movement and Expression as a way of inviting consciousness of being in one's own body.

Homeopath and Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner

Leila Abachi

Inspired by her family’s use of traditional herbal medicine, Leila has cultivated her passion for natural healing from a young age, eventually undertaking a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science Homeopathy with further studies in Nutritional Therapy. She now has 15 years experience guiding people back to health using naturopathic methods, with speciality in weight loss, metabolic and hormonal health, stress reduction and strengthening the immune system. As a food lover and keen chef with professional experience creating healing recipes, she is sensitive to the complex and multifaceted role food plays in our lives. Taking a holistic and individualised approach she is able to equip clients with all the support and tools they need to feel empowered on their health journey.

Naturopathic Functional Medicine Practitioner

Emily Sarkies

Based in Melbourne, Emily offers online consultations for  Naturopathy, Nutrition, and Functional Medicine. She understands her patients' health story, exploring genetics, lifestyle, dietary and environmental influences to uncover the true underlying cause of health imbalances and to provide sustainable treatment plans via nutrition education, medicinal herbalism, and lifestyle enhancement, unique to the individual.  Emily's expertise lies in alleviating issues of fatigue and adrenal conditions (anxiety, stress, and burn-out), complex conditions of the gut (digestive health) as well as autoimmunity. 

Nutritionist & Herbalist

Leia Mulroy

Leia has been practising in the natural medicine industry for the past 9 years throughout Australia and South-East Asia. She has a special interest in whole-body healing, focusing on supporting conditions of the nervous system such as stress, fatigue, exhaustion, and mental health, as well as the gut, digestive and immune conditions. Fusing traditional therapies with evidence-based natural medicine,
Leia aims to support each individual with therapeutic interventions such as nutrition, herbal medicine, movement therapy and lifestyle advice, uniquely suited to each client’s constitution and lifestyle.

Flow Psychology is NOT a crisis/emergency service. As an independently functioning private practice, the clinic is not equipped to deliver In-person or Online intervention for self-harm and suicidal intent. If you feel at risk to yourself or others and require emergency support, please make prompt contact with your GP or phone a crisis helpline.

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