We understand that past experiences and traumas can leave deep imprints in your body, emotions, thoughts, and beliefs. That’s why we offer a unique approach to healing, rooted in Mindfulness and Body-Based Psychotherapy. Our goal is to help you access your innate intelligence and unlock old beliefs and patterns.
By safely bringing unresolved experiences to a place of resolution, you can pave the way for new horizons, greater freedom, and expanded possibilities. We’re here to support you in feeling fully alive and empowered to live life on your terms.
Ajay has spent his life diving deeply into meditation and personal development work. He has over twenty-five years training and experience in a variety of modalities. Ajay brings the richness of this background to his counselling practice, offering powerful tools for change.
In addition to being a Certified Somatic Psychotherapist, Ajay holds a Master’s degree in clinical social work. He has Medicare recognised status as an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker.
Servicing the wider Perth metro area, he offers counselling & psychotherapy in Fremantle. Ajay creates a warm safe space to resolve the obstacles to your growth, supporting you to live your life to the full.
We understand that your well-being encompasses every facet of your life. Our holistic approach means we address emotional, physical, and mental aspects to create profound and lasting change.
Mindfulness isn’t just a buzzword; it’s at the core of what we do. We’ll teach you to be present, compassionate, and fully engaged with your experiences, leading to increased self-awareness and emotional regulation.
Your body holds the key to healing. Our Somatic psychotherapy techniques help you release stored tension, trauma, and stress, allowing for a deeper understanding of your inner world.
Video calls are available for those who need them. Your journey to healing and self-discovery can start from the comfort of your own space.
Psychotherapy doesn’t just give you some short term coping strategies, it aims to get to the roots of what is holding you back, and to create lasting change, enabling you to live a fuller life.
With years of exploration across various disciplines, Ajay has found that Somatic Psychotherapy (Hakomi), which engages the mind, emotions, and the body, is a potent way to approach therapy. It delves into core life issues deeply and holistically, helping you realize your full potential.
When we start, you will learn coping strategies to give immediate relief form the stresses of life. We will also work deeply on how core beliefs have been formed and how to change them. These beliefs have often been held since early childhood so changing them can have a profound and lasting effect. We can be unburdened of things we may have been carrying for years, we can feel a lot lighter and freer… READ MORE
Mindfulness helps us to stay centred and grounded in challenging situations, so that we get less triggered. This helps us enormously as then we can find much better ways of responding to life’s challenges. Our approach isn’t about short-term coping; it’s about addressing the root causes of what’s holding you back, creating lasting transformation, and enabling you to lead a more fulfilling life. Mindfulness can be easily learned through counselling as a day to day coping strategy, as well as explored in more depth through meditation. At its deepest, mindfulness is about experiencing ourselves fully, about realising who we really are…
Using mindfulness we can realise our full potential as people.
Psychotherapy need not go on for years. The aim is that trauma and our limiting beliefs do not have to be a life sentence, and that we can relatively quickly resolve the issues that confront us.
Tailoring a session to your needs, Ajay uses a range of proven counselling techniques to support you in your life. This can mean brief therapy, psychological education, or in depth psychotherapy. Often emotions and events can seem overwhelming or we can feel stuck and unable to see a way forward. In brief therapy, you’ll learn practical tools for daily life to navigate challenging situations and emotions.
We often beat ourselves up for our mistakes… the big ones, the small ones and the imagined ones. Telling ourselves that the mistake means that we are a failure, or not good enough as people.
Mistakes are how we learn, it’s through trying new things, and making mistakes as we learn how to do them that we innovate and discover new things. Very often a mistake is a necessary step on the way to getting it right. It was the best we knew how to do at the time! So if we stop trying that would be a real failure, as we won’t be able to learn and improve from the mistake.
It’s important to learn to be kind to yourself when you make a mistake, to say a friendly goodbye to the inner critic. Perhaps take stock, pause and rest. In that pause, digest what happened allowing yourself to understand what went wrong. Then try again. Give yourself permission to get things wrong, even to treat it more as a game, as children do, then you can have fun learning.
Programs drawn from leading research and modalities
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Your path to healing, personal growth, and self-discovery begins with Uplift Counselling in Fremantle.
Contact us below to ask any questions, or book a session. We’re here to support you.