Who Are We My Healthy Mind - Youth, Family and Disability Counselling Service




Our focus is to help young people heal, energise, and become aware of their inner strengths. We provide a mix of therapy and coaching. We listen to your concerns, then customise a treatment plan to suit your child.

We promise to be here for you, every step of the way. Our goal is to help you grow from your struggles, heal your pain, and move forward to where you want to be in your life. To help you gain some self control, and teach you how to implement changes into your life.

Our years of experience mean that we understand the problems you and your child face. We provide effective, individualised outpatient care for troubled kids who are heading down the wrong path. On neutral, non-judgmental ground, we help children and families who are struggling to find a happy environment.

OUR COUNSELLORS We have experienced, trained counsellors who are available to help 24/7

Mr Simon Johnston

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Ms Cindy Spencer

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Simon Johnston provides an invaluable counselling service to the young people in our programs.

It can help immensely to have counselling if someone is feeling a little overwhelmed, and Simon is always there to assist. He has great communication skills and puts people at ease very quickly with a nonjudgmental approach to therapy sessions.

Simon combines his counselling with life coaching therapy and holds a Working With Children card. Simon also holds a second Dan Black Belt in Goju Ryu Karate. Simon has proven results with children and families to assist in helping children find an identity and get families working together.

As part of her studies in the community services industry Cindy has worked with victims of domestic and family violence in a women’s safe house. In this role she was responsible for supporting women who had been victims of domestic violence.

Cindy has always been passionate about helping and supporting others through the times in their lives when they need extra support and guidance.

Cindy is 46 years of age and has 4 children, who are all now adults. Eldest being 27 yrs and the youngest 21 yrs. Cindy separated from her partner when her youngest was 3 years old and remained a single parent from that day onward. Cindy has plenty of experience in single parenting and the struggles that come with it.

As part of her life experiences Cindy has an understanding and broad knowledge of drug and alcohol addiction among youth.