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Aimee Robinson  (she/her) - Principal

  • Registered Clinical Counsellor - Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA)
  • Reiki Master Practitioner - Australian Reiki Connection (ARC)

Theoretical approaches  - Interpersonal Therapy (for depression), Narrative Therapy, Positive Psychology, Expressive Art Therapy

Incorporated where appropriate: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focussed Therapy, Mindfulness 

Aimee primarily works with Adults diagnosed with Depression or Adjustment Disorder, or adults experiencing grief and loss, anxiety or trauma related symptoms.


Aimee has extensive practice in Counselling with a particular interest in Narrative Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Positive Psychology, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Mindfulness techniques in talk based therapeutic approaches.

Aimee has extensive practice in Expressive Art Therapy including art based therapy and sand-tray therapy to incorporate deeper awareness when words are not enough or emotions are difficult to express.




Reiki Master

Aimee has extensive practice providing professional Reiki treatments for Adults experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, grief and loss and trauma.  Reiki Treatments focus on the Autonomic Nervous System function, allowing the physical body to relax and encourage digestion and motivation during times of mental health issues and exhaustion.



  • Bach Counselling 
  • Dip. Holistic (expressive therapies) Counselling
  • Reiki Master 
  • Grad Dip Family Dispute Resolution 
  • Dip. Colour Therapy



Cathryn Arms (she/her)

Counselling Placement Student

I have always had a passion for helping people, which has led me to pursue caring professions. For the past seven years, I have been working as a First Aid practitioner in a high school of 1,500 students, assisting with physical and mental health first aid. Prior to that, I had worked as a Medical Secretary, a Personal Trainer, and a Fitness & Wellbeing Coach. My deep sense of empathy, curiosity, and open-mindedness allows me to work alongside people when they are most vulnerable, support them to find their strengths, achieve their goals, and work towards positive change.

I am now completing the final units of my Bachelor of Counselling degree with the Australian College of Applied Professions (ACAP). I am fortunate enough to be spending eight months on professional placement at Your Life in Colour. During this time, I hope to connect with adults who are perhaps experiencing symptoms of depression and/or anxiety and seeking to develop some additional coping strategies, or who may be at a junction in their life and are seeking to explore and expand themselves in a supportive environment. I also have a special interest in gender and sexual diversity and inclusivity and the impact this can have on individuals who identify as gender diverse and the people who support them.

I understand that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach, and as such, I offer an integrated approach that is as individual as you are. I adopt a trauma-informed and person-centred approach that draws from Positive Psychology, Solutions-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Narrative Therapy, and I look forward to supporting you in your counselling journey.


 Cathryn Arms


Kristy Wong (she/her)

Counselling Placement Student

Kristy has always had a strong desire to help others. Passionate about expressing her creativity, she worked as a professional makeup artist for five years, making clients feel confident and beautiful. She then pursued a career in business marketing but soon discovered her desire to change careers to help individuals.

Kristy is currently completing her final units of her Graduate Diploma in Counselling (Holistic Practise) with Metavision Institute. She will be on professional placement at Your Life in Colour for three months. Kristy also volunteers as a Support Group Facilitator for The Anxiety Recovery Centre Victoria (ARCVic). She leads mindfulness, breathing, and grounding activities for people suffering from anxiety, OCD, and other related disorders.

Kristy offers a holistic approach using Person-Centred Therapy and Process Oriented Psychotherapy. She is interested in working with relationship conflicts, body symptoms, and dream work. She views each person she works with as a complex, multidimensional and unique being capable of realising their full potential. Kristy is excited to be a part of your counselling journey.

 Kristy Wong


Emily Foenander 

Registered Psychologist, BA(Hons)., Grad. Dip. Psych., M Psych (Community); MAPS

Emily is a registered psychologist who works with children, adults, and adolescents experiencing a range of presentations.

The name Cor Sanctum means “heart sanctuary” and reflects the practice philosophy of respect for the sanctity of the human experience and the uniqueness of every person.  Emily practices a strengths-based approach to psychotherapy, informed by the values of humility, empathy and professionalism and aims to create a patient and empathetic therapeutic space, within which clients are supported to navigate their life journey. 

Emily has special interests in positive psychology, environmental psychology, performance psychology, motivation and mindset, social anxiety, stress management and relaxation. At present, Emily is offering telehealth (Zoom) consultations for individuals. Emily is experienced in the delivery of telehealth-based psychological services and is registered to provide services with Medicare.