About Me

I have a lifelong passion for understanding, holding and healing the psyche. For the ways in which our wounds and numbness, trauma and transcendence, can be held more closely in the depths of our own humanity, so that we are more able to offer intimacy and relationship, to the great wounds and beauty of our lives.

It is a deep sacred honour for me to work with people to tranform, witness, know and feel the mystery of themselves. I love to work with trauma, because I have had, and still have, so much of it, in such extraordinaryily deep ways. It is such a deep part of humanity, and bringing healing and compassion to it feels as natural as breathing, and as essential.


Trauma and experience that I am particularly drawn to working with:

Because of my own familial and life experiences, I am particularly drawn to working with relational addiction, romantic/sexual/love addiction, co-dependence, ancestral trauma, depression, frozen feelings, worthlessness, the mid-life crisis/menopause initiation in which old trauma becomes completely available to consciousness in deep and challenging ways, the wild depths of anxiety, shattering grief, numbness, shut-down, the underworld/descent initation journeys of the persophone archetype and healing towards the ascent, the mythic as it governs our soul life, archetypes and archetypal stories and the way they can structure our psyche in harming and in healing ways, ceremony and mythos and ritual and how these can be used to help heal our deeply symbolic lives and hearts and minds.

Nullani Stewart

In sessions or retreats, we can flexibly use counselling therapies, meditation, movement, emotional release, ritual, penetrating reason/inquiry/analysis, structural models of psyche and relationship, prayer, story, energy work and inner child drawing and dialogue, to bring help to what most needs it.




From a combination of deep necessity and deep fascination, I have been committed to healing trauma in myself and others, for the past 20 years. My family of origin and upbringing have meant that I have had a seemingly endless exploration of how to heal, hold and be with the roots of addiction, sexual violence, anxiety, depression, grief, loss, separation, aloneness, trauma and many forms of deep suffering and deep healing.

I have explored many paradigms with different teachers, very deeply, for many years at a time, always renewing and changing my understanding of transformation and what it means to try to hold the human experience tenderly and consciously in its deep beauty and its terrible wounds, in a way that can encourage healing .


For many years my main modalities with clients were lomilomi massage (a sacred Hawaiian healing massag), reiki and meditation. However, I have been deeply committed to many paths of transformation including deeply embodied emotional release work, grass roots twelve step work, body work, movement, archetypal wisdom, relational healing, Shamanic ritual and deep and radical inquiry and analytical process, always with an underlying spiritual depth rooted in the human and the transcendent. In the last two years I completed ten silent retreats of ten days duration each, and ten hours of meditative healing each day, to help deepen my healing practices and presence, and to help shift some of the giant unconscious blocks to awareness that I, and all of us carry.


I have been working with clients, mostly in the form of small personal transformation retreats, for the past twelve years, working with all the tools that I have learned from my teachers, as well as with the underlying intuition and surrender that guides all healing.


I do not have academic credentials, apart from a couple of years of pyschology at Monash Uni. They simply have not shown up on my path. I work with the deep embodied learning of my own suffering and healing, and the passion to share transformation with deep tenderness and skill.