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Hello, my name is Klynton. Firstly, I want to thank you for taking the time to read about who I am and what I love to do. I appreciate those who carefully select who they work alongside because, like you, I value thorough processes of quality assurance, especially when choosing the right person to work with.


My hope is that as you continue reading, you will discover that I am a qualified, experienced and, authentic professional. I love working with people individually and in teams. I believe in the power of good quality relationships that are built on the firm foundations of trust, honesty, accountability, kindness and tact. So on that note, allow me to reassure you again, that this picture of me is about 10 years old...


The past 23 years have enabled me to immerse myself in many diverse experiences working with children, adolescents and adults across the fields of primary, secondary and tertiary education, leadership, counselling and psychology including government and private industries. I have worked in several places throughout Queensland from Normanton to  Nerang and as far out as Quilpie and Mount Isa. My passion is connecting with people and organisations to collaboratively develop and implement tailored plans for growth, personally and professionally. 


I believe in and promote learning how to build and maintain organic, sustainable and strategic relationships that shape the wealth in our lives. I value the use of humor, trust and compassion when working with people from all walks of life. 


If you feel you may resonate with any of this, please read on and I trust that you will make the right decision in either closing this webpage or dropping me an email. I look forward to meeting you and growing with you! 



Over 15 years of professional practice.

Individuals and couples; families, children and adolescents are welcomed. 


It takes courage to address personal issues and to seek professional help.  My aim is to create a safe and trusting therapeutic experience for you where you feel valued and accepted. 

Some of the most challenging life experiences can be:

  • anxiety and stress 

  • being a teenager - or parenting one

  • bullying 

  • depression 

  • relationship and family issues 

  • grief, loss and bereavement

  • workplace relationships

  • health challenges

  • mental health diagnoses

  • career confusion

  • end of life support

Qualifications :
  • General Psychologist

  • Bachelor of Behavioural Science (First Class Honours)

  • Graduate Diploma of Psychology

  • Diploma of Counselling

  • Bachelor of Education

  • Cert. IV Training & Assessment

  • Current First Aid

  • Member of Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)

  • Blue Card

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