How we help

Our Specialisations.

Families, Young People and Schools.

Counselling, Confidence development, Resilience, Social – Emotional Intelligence and Wellbeing.

Leadership Teams and Organisations.

Professional Development on Culture, Communication, Mindset, Wellbeing, Compassion and Connection.

How we work with you.

We take the time to get to know you, matching your unique needs to our tailored services. We pride ourselves in consistent, compassionate care, delivered by qualified and experienced professionals. We strive for excellence in all areas of service delivery and pride ourselves in a superb track record of client satisfaction and outcomes, delivered in a friendly and down to earth way. We visit Schools and Organisations Australia wide and work online, worldwide.

Our Resources:

Positive Minds Australia teaches coping skills to uphold mental health and wellbeing, confidence, social-emotional intelligence. Our team is made up of genuine, authentic and experienced professionals, who naturally look for and find the best in everyone. 

We help you identify your strengths and unique value. Our team embraces neurodivergence. We recognise and celebrate our common humanity. Connection is everything to us. 

You will find us in Schools and Workplaces around Australia and overseas and mostly you will see us in person in Eastwood and Unley, with new locations on the horizon. Madhavi Nawana Parker presents Workplace Wellbeing and Leadership Keynotes across Australia and overseas. 

If you’d like to work with us, we would love to hear from you here.

Specialist consultations.

Madhavi Nawana Parker provides the first point of call for parents and carers to plan the direction for their child’s therapy, learning and social – emotional needs. If you’re feeling stuck and don’t know what direction to head in and what the best next steps are for your child’s mental health and wellbeing, book now for a one hour zoom with Madhavi to start getting unstuck.

Madhavi has over twenty years of professional experience working with families and provides this resource for families with recent diagnoses, new NDIS plans and significant challenges needing a carefully mapped out plan. Book now via with ‘Specialist Intervention’ in the subject line.

Madhavi also sees parents to tailor plans for a happy and connected family.

Face to face and Online:
Public and Keynote Speaking for Schools, Organisations, Parents and Students on resilience, wellbeing, confidence, mindset and much more based on Madhavi Nawana Parker’s published works.

Madhavi Nawana Parker wearing a bright colourful shirt and black skirt sitting with hand on knee.
Our senior consultant, Nikki Wadewitz wearing black long sleeved shirt.

Senior Teaching Consultant and School Workshop Facilitator, seeing children and teenagers for individual and group sessions. Nikki provides a ‘Confidence building’ group for Autistic Girls (Thursdays after school) and all of our other SEL programs (‘ The Confident Minds Curriculum,’ ‘The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox’ and What’s the Buzz? in schools.

Nikki visits schools working in classrooms and small groups teaching friendship skills, emotional regulation tools, wellbeing and guiding class cultures of kindness and inclusion.

Children’s counselling (general and specific to family separation) with James Parker, Counsellor and Developmental Educator. James specialises in helping young people develop self awareness by identifying their strengths and character. From here, they build confidence, social awareness, emotional intelligence and a healthy adjustment to change.

Children's Counsellor, James Parker standing wearing white collared shirt with arms folded.
Drama teacher, Katie O'Reilly standing wearing a bright teal, blue and peach shirt.

Individual ‘Confident Minds,’ sessions for social and emotional intelligence with Katie O’Reilly, Teacher and Social Confidence Specialist. Katie brings her creativity and compassionate nature to teaching social emotional confidence in a playful and friendly way. Katie specialises in friendship skills and helping young people who struggle with shyness.

Workshop energiser, Nick Bennett joins Madhavi Nawana Parker during her Professional Development days providing culture building and wellbeing strategies through Kung Fu and clowning. Nick is a Professional Actor and Kung Fu Teacher who engages easily with his audience through his sense of fun and humour.

Kung-Fu Teacher Nick Bennett standing wearing a black t-shirt and glasses, smiling.

Millie is an Early Childhood Specialist and Social worker who visits Early Learning Centres, Kindergartens and Junior Primary Schools to provide early intervention counselling, social emotional regulation sessions and small ‘What’s the Buzz?’ groups. Millie specialises in Behaviour Support, Anxiety in toddlers and pre schoolers, trauma and Autism.

The Positive Minds Australia team: Katie, Vashti, Madhavi, Nick, James and Nikki all walking in a line together

Check our events calendar to see if we’ll be near you soon!