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Dark Rainforest Path


Remembering your way back home...


Meet Jaisy Antony
Master of Counselling (ACA level 2)

Jaisy is a professionally licenced counsellor and Psychedelic Assisted Therapist. She works with a client base that is multicultural and aged sixteen and above. Jaisy's specialities are in grief and bereavement, couple/family/workplace relational conflict space, older adolescents/young adults, bicultural identification and trauma counselling. I also work with NDIS self-managed and plan-managed clients.

Available online and in person.

             Contact by phone, messaging and email. 

Therapy for individuals, couples and families

As a therapist, I am somatically oriented with a person-centred approach and work to engage clients to access and recognise the source of the trauma in their bodies. I use an integrative approach combining solution-focused and emotion-focused techniques to assist clients with managing their presenting issues. Apart from somatic experiencing as a modality, I also draw from Internal Family Systems (IFS) that normalise the multiplicity of selves and allow clients to experience various parts of their psyche in session.

My specialities include


  • Working with grief and loss not limited to loss by death but also loss of partnerships, loss due to cancer, grief due to transitions in life such as divorce or empty nesting.

  • Intimacy and communication 

  • Conflicts between couples and families

  • Conflicts between adolescents and families

  • Issues stemming from bicultural conflict and miscommunication in workplaces and families 

  • Integration sessions for experiences with entheogens and psychedelics.For more information please see the page dedicated to Psychedelic Integration.



Grief and Loss


Young Adults

Couple and family

Psychedelic Integration

"The healer you have been looking for
is your own courage to know and love yourself completely"

Yung Pueblo

Canberra is Ngunnawal and Ngambri Country, Ngunnawal meaning “we, the people, or us”, and Canberra meaning “meeting place”.It is my honour and privilege to live, work and dance on the Ngunnawal and Ngambri lands. I honour the navigational tracks of the land, waterways, and skies, created by spiritual ancestors and giving story to the land. This land was never surrendered. It has always been and will continue to always be Aboriginal land. 
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