MindfulDoodles requires no drawing ability. If you can doodle or colour a page, you can get some reflective work going.
This counselling session uses the right-brain doodling and writing to complement and extend the more common left-brain talking and cognitive processes. A doodle or drawing can give some insights to understanding a problem and access some deeply resourceful parts of the unconscious.
Florence's passion lies in facilitating a safe and reflective experience with compassion and curiosity. With qualifications in psychology and counselling, she is currently providing counselling and support services for young people and families. She uses Interactive Drawing Therapy (IDT) as her main framework in her counselling sessions.
She is a clinical member of the Queensland Counsellors Association (QCA), Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and also an accredited IDT trainer in Australia and New Zealand.
In September 2019, Florence ran a "Drawing for Self-care" session for teachers at the Kelvin Grove State College. View feedback
In May 2016, Florence presented a workshop on "Even Broken Crayons Still Colour - Insights Into Your Client's Addictive Behaviours With Drawing" at the ANZ Addiction Conference, Gold Coast.