Supporting people around food and body image issues, substances use and relationship challenges.


Many people who are having difficulties with food, substances or in their relationships will often make resolutions towards change. When these don’t work out their sense of trust in themselves can be eroded. It can be difficult to feel a sense of hope for your future when in this space and life can feel chaotic. 

I use an integrative & trauma-informed approach to gently explore and work through some of the underlying causes of these difficulties.

I work to support you to connect with the part of yourself that knows what you need in your life, while making sense of the parts that are getting in the way. Through strengthening your relationship with your healthy self, the pathway towards growth and healing can become clearer and easier.

Marlee Greer

I hold an associate degree in holistic counselling, a bachelor degree in counselling and post-graguate training in somatic psychotherapy. I am registered with PACFA and have been working in the sector for seven years. I am also a community mental health educator specialising in trauma-informed practice, attachment, group work and ecological and social justice informed approaches. 

“I respectfully acknowledge that I live, work and play on the land of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, the country of the oldest living culture in the world. I honour this privilege with respect, humility and curiosity, and recognise elders past, present and emerging.”