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Individual & Workplace Empowerment through Trauma Sensitivity

Exposing UNnecessary Trauma

Exposing UNnecessary Trauma

Individual & Workplace Empowerment Through Trauma Sensitivity

 Leadership Enhancement
              and
  Personal Empowerment
           through
   Trauma Sensitivity

UNresolved Collective Transgenerational Systemic Trauma impacts us all as
Individuals, in our Families, Workplaces, Communities & Society.

Acknowledgement of Country

by Linda Conyard

I would like to acknowledge and pay my respects to the
traditional custodians, the Elders past, present and
emerging, of the land on which I am able to work and live.

It is the Jinibara people of the Garumngar clan, whose
land, wind and water I have access to.
 
I acknowledge and feel deep sadness for the loss of land,
people, children, culture and treasures that the Aboriginal
People have endured at the hands of my ancestors.

I venture forward with respect, understanding, compassion and
a willingness to own and acknowledge my white history and privilege.
My promise is to do what I can to find a healing path in the
present and create a future together based on the truth. 

Gab

UNNECESSARY  TRAUMA


The Silent Assassin Infiltrating our Health,
Education, Justice, and Government Systems


PRE-RELEASE SALE AU$19.95
Expected release March 2023

Acknowledgement of Country

by Linda Conyard

I would like to acknowledge and pay my respects to the traditional custodians, the Elders past, present and emerging, of the land on which I am able to work and live.

It is the Jinibara people of the Garumngar clan, whose land, wind and water I have access to.
 
I acknowledge and feel deep sadness for the loss of land, people, children, culture and treasures that the Aboriginal People have endured at the hands of my ancestors.

I venture forward with respect, understanding, compassion and a willingness to own and acknowledge my white history and privilege.

My promise is to do what I can to find a healing path in the present and create a future together based on the truth. 

Gab

UNNECESSARY
TRAUMA


The Silent Assassin Infiltrating our Health, Education, Justice, and Government Systems


PRE-RELEASE SALE AU$19.95
Expected release March 2023

"The only real valuable thing is intuition." Albert Einstein

Service Offerings

Leadership Enhancement


 "The comfort zone is a psychological state in which one feels familiar, safe, at ease, and secure. You never change your life until you step out of your comfort zone. Change begins
at the end of your comfort zone." 
- Roy T. Bennett

Personal
Empowerment


"Inner Peace is experienced when unresolved trauma is healed.
We need Inner Peace before we can experience Outer Peace." 
- Linda Conyard

Collective Healing and Growth


"Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed.
If people all over the world...would do this, it would change the earth.”
- William Faulkner

"One person can make a difference, and everyone should try." John F. Kennedy

Speaking & 
Facilitating


 "Our lives begin to end the day 
we become silent about things 
that matter." 
- Martin Luther King, Jr

VIP Day with Linda


"Fall in love with the process of becoming the very best
 version of yourself." 
- Shruti Gaja

Systemic Constellations


"Some think they are seeking their
own Soul's truth but the greater Soul
is thinking and seeking through them." 
- Bert Hellinger

Testimonial:  "Approximately 3 years ago, whilst I was navigating one of the most confronting periods of my life, I was thankfully offered the name/number of a respected therapist who I was told may be able to offer me some support. The therapist I am referring to is Linda Conyard, and this remarkable woman quite literally changed my life.

At the time I knew little more about Linda other than the fact that she was a Trauma Therapist, and given the work I had done previously throughout my life, in an attempt to try an unravel my (what I now understand) complex trauma, I was a little dubious initially wondering how this woman may be able to help me where others had previously fallen short.
Well, where do I start?

Linda possesses all of the qualities you would expect in a great therapist. She is, of course, extremely patient, supremely supportive, profoundly empathetic, incredibly insightful….the list is endless. However, as important as these qualities are, Linda’s approach and commitment to healing (both to herself and others) extended way beyond this, way beyond what I initially understood or even believed was possible. She is unlike anyone I have come across in all of the years
of my commitment to therapy….both as a client and as a therapist myself.

Linda is a healer. In using this term (not a term I use lightly), I am referring to Linda’s remarkable ability to not only support her clients through the healing journey of the body, mind and emotion, but arguably more importantly, the healing of the heart and the spirit. She is completely holistic in her belief, unwaveringly spiritual in her view and beautifully practical and down to earth in her approach.

A therapist of the highest order, a mentor beyond comparison, a hilariously funny and frank individual and a deeply kind and loving soul. I am also extremely grateful to be able to say she is now someone I call my trusted friend. A more profound and inspiring woman I have never met."  Jayne Cassidy

Societal Issues

First Nations People

》Health
》Racism
》Discrimination
》Lack of career opportunities
》Impact on culture

Women's Rights

》Violence perpetrated on Women
》Domestic & family violence & continued abuse within the justice system
》Equal pay for equal work

LGBTQA+

》Homophobia
》Violence & abuse
》Bullying & discrimination
》Inequality

Homelessness

》1 in 200 Australians are homeless
》V1/3 of homeless are under 18
》Insufficient accommodation & services

Mental Health

》1 in 5 Australians experience mental health issues
》1 in 10 young people have experienced cyberbullying
》Indigenous twice as likely to experience mental health issues

Multicultural

》Racism
》Discrimination
》More than 270 ancestries from all over the world are in Australia

Toxic Workplaces

》Bullying & harassment
》Excessive stress & workload
》Presenteeism or absenteeism
》Ineffective management

Refugees

》Detained for a few months to a few years
》Mental health issues
》Trauma from detention centers
》Suicides
》Assaults
“The world has enough for everyone's need, but not enough for everyone's greed.” 
Mahatma Gandhi

What an Honour & Privilege

I'm so excited to be named as an Ambassador of Good with Global Women for Good and to have a positive Global impact with the work we do.

It is so important for me and my business to have a profit-for-purpose framework. There is so much suffering in the world, it's wonderful to be connected with other like-minded women in business and create partnerships for good.

It is exciting to see all the amazing women joining this focus and committing to creating a better world for all through their conscious work.

This was an amazing opportunity to volunteer as a Judge for Project Echo this year (2022).

I met some amazing people who were fellow judges and the work that the students did was incredible. Loved every moment of it. I was committed because I had to be ready to go at 1am in the morning (due to time zone difference) and we finished at 5am.

The winner was from one of the business pitches our judges team scored. The students had to develop a business idea, write a business plan (which was judged) and then deliver a pitch (which was judged). They all did an amazing job and I can tell you there were quite a few that might interest investors!

“The greater soul moves in only one direction, and that is to bring into union that which has
been made separate” – Bert Hellinger

Testimonial

Approximately 3 years ago(2018), whilst I was navigating one of the most confronting periods of my life, I was thankfully offered the name/number of a respected therapist who I was told may be able to offer me some support. The therapist I am referring to is Linda Conyard, and this remarkable woman quite literally changed my life.

At the time I knew little more about Linda other than the fact that she was a Trauma Therapist, and given the work I had done previously throughout my life, in an attempt to try an unravel my (what I now understand) complex trauma, I was a little dubious initially wondering how this woman may be able to help me where others had previously fallen short.

Well, where do I start? Linda possesses all of the qualities you would expect in a great therapist. She is, of course, extremely patient, supremely supportive, profoundly empathetic, incredibly insightful….the list is endless. However, as important as these qualities are, Linda’s approach and commitment to healing 
(both to herself and others) extended way beyond this, way beyond what I initially understood or even believed was possible. She is unlike anyone I have come across in all of the years of my commitment to therapy….both as a client and as a therapist myself. 

Linda is a healer. In using this term (not a term I use lightly), I am referring to Linda’s remarkable ability to not only support her clients through the healing journey of the body, mind and emotion, but arguably more importantly, the healing of the heart and the spirit. She is completely holistic in her belief, unwaveringly spiritual in her view and beautifully practical and down to earth in her approach.

A therapist of the highest order, a mentor beyond comparison, an hilariously funny and frank individual and a deeply kind and loving soul. I am also extremely grateful to be able to say she is now someone I call my trusted friend. A more profound and inspiring woman I have never met.

- Jayne Cassidy

"Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded.
It is a relationship between equals. Only when we know our own darkness well
can we be present with the darkness of others. Compassion becomes real when we
recognize our shared humanity." — Pema Chödrön

Frequently Asked Questions

What is trauma recovery therapy?
Not everyone recognizes that the challenges they are struggling with are caused by unresolved trauma. People may come in because they have anxiety, and as we work together, we find there is trauma associated with anxiety being triggered. I never know what will become visible as we work together, and I trust that regardless of how bad you feel about yourself, you have the inner wisdom to recover and reconnect to who you truly are. We find the healing path together through my facilitation of bringing your awareness to what you are holding in your body. There is no one thing for everybody. I believe everyone unfurls in their own way if we listen to what the body tells us.
Why not just talk to a  friend?
Having a friend to talk to is absolutely wonderful. If you need more than a chat, a hug, or a cup of tea, then finding a therapist to work with is of value. See my thoughts on how to choose a therapist.
How do I choose a therapist?
I wish I had known I could interview a potential therapist while searching for one. It never entered my mind until I became a therapist and welcomed people to ask any needed questions. I believe that as a therapist, I don't earn the right to sit opposite someone looking for healing if I haven't done that work myself. I also believe that you, as a potential client, have the right to know the level of commitment a potential therapist has to their own work. If they get a bit funny when you start asking questions about this then that's your answer. I have created a sheet that people can use when they are looking for a therapist to work with. You can access that here: Click here.
What qualifications should I look for?
I would expect to see a degree of some level. If it is a diploma or an advanced diploma, I would like to know that there has been continuous further study undertaken. It is important that the therapist continues their learning and stays in touch with growth in the field.
How long are the sessions?
My sessions are 90 minutes. I enjoy spaciousness and limit my daily client work to no more than 5 people a day. I find this level of work is where I can have good energy and alertness for my clients.
What's the benefit of your programs?
The programs are designed to use the group to increase learning, understanding, and connection. Trauma happens in disconnection, and healing happens in connection. Most people who have unresolved trauma feel alone in their suffering. Being in a group helps us to realize that we do not have to struggle in isolation. We also see that a lot of what happens for us also happens for others. This is not to allow you to compare levels of trauma and minimize your own experience, it is so you can realize you are not alone and use the group's support as part of your own healing process.
What if I don't like groups?
This is not as uncommon as you may think. Many people do not like groups. Some through experiences of being in groups and potentially being triggered. Some are from experiences from when they were at school where they have been singled out and potentially embarrassed. There are many reasons why people don't like groups. When you join one of my groups, you are always welcome to let me know what's not working for you, and we can work together to find a solution.
How frequently should I see my therapist?
Usually, at the beginning of working together on your trauma recovery, it is good to come weekly. What happens if you don't is you easily fall back into habitual patterns. If the distance between sessions allows this to happen we don't make much progress.
What options do I have as far as attending a therapy session?
For face-to-face sessions, I have a workspace in Samford Village on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are other options if people prefer to use Zoom.
How do I book a session with Linda?
‒ For Therapy Session/Personal Development, you may set a schedule here: Therapy Session
‒ For Business/Organization, you may set a schedule here: 60 Minute Consultation
‒ If you're not sure of you're looking for, kindly set a schedule here: 20 Minute Insight Session
How to book Linda as a guest speaker or as a guest on your podcast?
‒ You may check my Speaker Page.
‒ Or you can book a call with me here: 30 minute connect call

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DISCLAIMER

All information provided throughout this website is purely for education purposes only.  Anyone wanting to make changes to their health and wellbeing needs to connect with their own health professional. If you chooses to implement any ideas provided here you do so of your own accord and risk. Linda Conyard cannot take responsibility or liability whatsoever for any harm from the use or dissemination of the information provided on this website. 

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