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Manisha Abraham

Narrative Therapist, Senior Clinician and Practice Administrator | She/They

Manisha works on the unceded lands of the Woiwurrung, Wurrundjeri people.

Manisha works on most Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Manisha (she/they) is a queer Sri Lankan, Fijian-Indian woman who was born and raised in Aotearoa New Zealand. Raised in a bicultural haven, Manisha champions the belief that what's good for Māori is beneficial for all, a guiding principle intricately woven into her life and therapeutic practice. She’s driven by a heartfelt commitment to decolonising therapy, Manisha envisions a therapeutic space where you thrive individually and collectively.

As a person-centred narrative therapist, her journey involves a constant dance of unlearning and relearning within a decolonised framework, reflecting her dedication to social justice and human rights advocacy.

Manisha has witnessed the transformative power of narratives and regards storytelling as a profound tool for healing and liberation. Recognising the significance of sharing your histories, herstories, and theirstories, she invites you to embark on a journey of crafting new narratives—stories of resilience and empowerment that resonate with the heartbeat of your unspoken experiences. In this warm therapeutic setting, Manisha provides a secure space for you to navigate the uncharted territories of your narratives, honouring the richness of those who came before and holding space for those yet to follow.

Qualifications and Professional Associations 

  • Bachelor of Counselling in Narrative and Person Centered Therapy

  • Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA)

Manisha's Fees

  • $200 for 50 minute sessions [Full Fee]

  • $130 for 50 minute sessions [Concession Card Holders]

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