Life Unlimited Health Solutions.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE COVID 19 SITUATION AND OUR PRACTICE:

Right now, we are operating “business as usual” at Life Unlimited, as best as we can given the current COVID19 pandemic. We can still have face to face appointments – with appropriate hygiene and physical distance measures in place – and we can also offer telehealth options such as phone or zoom sessions. Most of our training work is conducted online at present. If you have any concerns or questions, please call us! 02 6248 5138 or email the office at info@lifeunlimited.com.au.

Life Unlimited opened in 2001 with Sue Read as Director.  She was joined by Julia O’Boyle a few years later. Sue Read is a registered psychologist and Julia O’Boyle is a clinical social worker specialising in mental health issues. In 2011, Life Unlimited moved to new premises in Turner, ACT.

Life Unlimited offers therapy and counselling to individuals, couples, and families. We also provide tailored workshops, seminars and training programs to organisations.

Our approach

“The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”.

The over-arching philosophy of Life Unlimited is about helping people gain “Optimal Health” – to enable our clients to be the best they can be and have the best life possible, socially, physically and psychologically.  Our Optimal Health Model ensures we take a holistic approach when working with clients to resolve their problems – we don’t just focus on symptoms or isolated issues.

We love collaborating with clients to help them clarify problems, understand the impacts of these issues, and make sustainable life changes.  Our work is based on values – both our clients’ and ours.  We don’t provide a “one size fits all” solution.  We work with our clients to find the right methods for them, solutions that are in line with their values and the changes they want to make.

Therapy and counselling are transformative processes.  We know it takes enormous courage for people to confront their “demons” and we have the utmost respect for our clients and the efforts and risks they take in coming to counselling.  One of the most rewarding aspects of our work is witnessing the positive changes that occur in our clients’ lives.