Helping everyday women liVe a more rich, full and meaningful life!
Inspire. Empower. Connect
Feel less overwhelmed & better able to handle difficult situations?
Be more confident making difficult decisions?
Stop focusing on negative thoughts and worries all of the time?
Learn lifelong effective skills for good mental health?
Are you feeling a bit stuck?
Lost sight of who you are?
Unsure of what direction to take your life?
Do you want to:
Kemar Meaningful Directions can help you with all of this, and more!
Kemar Meaningful Directions is based in Melbourne providing a specialist service, focused on inspiring and empowering everyday women to reach their full potential and live a rich, meaningful and purposeful life.
We do this by providing online or face-to-face programs focused on helping women to reconnect with themselves, understand their core values, engage in self compassion, learn techniques for overcoming unhelpful thoughts and unwanted emotions that are present in everyday life, and develop steps on how to move their lives in a meaningful direction.
"Kemar is a name originating from Spain that stands for a desire to help others and to be a source of inspiration"
Meet The Team
The founders of Kemar Meaningful Directions, Sally and Pam, have over 30 years of experience between them helping people who experience mental health issues with their recovery. Often the treatment and skill-based learning they would provide their clients is also just as valuable for anyone in their everyday lives. Pam and Sally would know because they apply these skills for themselves! So they now feel compelled to share their learnings and skills to the wider community who could also benefit greatly from their service in leading a more meaningful, rich and satisfying life!
A clinical psychologist with over 17 years experience, Sally is trained in providing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Dialetical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). Sally is highly skilled in providing individual and group therapy sessions to those experiencing mental health issues.
Sally is a mother of two young boys, and is passionate about helping women and mother's alike reconnect with themselves.
Pam is an occupational therapist who has been working in the field of mental health for over 17 years. Pam has a wealth of experience running group therapy programs. Pam has training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), is a university teaching associate and a published qualitative researcher.
Pam is a vibrant, energetic and engaging group facilitator, who brings warmth and fun to the sessions, whilst remaining focused on helping others find meaning and purpose in their life.
"You are both amazing. The course was relevant, fun, really enjoyable, and facilitated in a relaxed, engaging way"
- Marianne, Group Program Participant
Our services are currently group-based, aimed at women who are perhaps feeling a bit stuck and unsure of what direction they wish to take their lives, who may have lost sight of who they are, would like to have more meaning and purpose in their lives, or simply for women who want to become their best possible selves.
Our programs rely on the power that the shared experience and connectedness can bring when in a group, as well as our own expertise and experience in psychology based therapies.
Groups are held in a safe, friendly environment around Melbourne's suburbs. Find out more below.
Our Meaningful Directions Program is designed for everyday women and can either be completed in a group (face-to-face or online), or as a self-paced online course.
Click below for details about the programs we offer.
Meaningful Directions Online Program
Cost = $150.00 ($300.00)
(Half price introductory offer!)
4x Online Modules
Complete in your own time.
Have up to 3mths access.
Our programs are based upon an approach called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which has strong scientific evidence to support its effectiveness. And even though it has the word 'therapy' in its title, our programs are not designed to be therapy sessions. However you will likely find them to be 'therapeutic'; in that you may be able to work through problems you may be experiencing, or feel better about yourself after attending!