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Mr Alexandre Jodun

Mr Alexandre Jodun

Mobile 0432 016 525
Psychotherapist, Process Oriented Therapist

A Healing Bridge

Mobile 0432 016 525

I offer a truly holistic, transpersonal & culturally aware approach that honours the many dimensions of human experience. My approach may be a good fit if you are searching for a non-pathologising and empowering space: to reclaim vitality and personal power lost due to trauma, to become more embodied in your truth, and to get to the heart of what's important in your life. I support individuals who are on a path of healing and transformation to cultivate depth, awareness and authenticity.


  • Unit 2, 85 Yarralea Street, Alphington, VIC 3078 0432 016 525 PHONE 0432 016 525


  • Counselling, Psychotherapy, Coaching / Mentoring, Workshops / Courses, Online Video Consultations 
  • I offer both in-person (COVID restrictions permitting) and online sessions (via Zoom). I also offer a reduced concession and BIPOC rate upon request.

    Areas of Special Interest

  • Anger Related Issues, Anxiety / Panic Attacks, Assertiveness, Burnout, Career Counselling, Childhood Issues, Communication Issues, Conflict Resolution, Creativity, Cultural Issues, Depression, Dreams, Emotional Overwhelm, Existential Issues, Grief / Bereavement, High Sensitivity, Intimacy Issues, Life Transitions, Loneliness, Men's Issues, Psychosomatic, Relationship Issues, Self Development, Spirituality / Religion, Trauma Recovery  
  • MODALITIES / Approach

    Dream Work, Existential, Experiential, Integrative, Jungian, Process Oriented, Somatic Psychotherapy, Soul Centred Psychotherapy, Transpersonal, Trauma-Informed

    My therapeutic approach is spiritually rooted, body-centred, and trauma-informed. I weave together process-oriented psychology with earth-based (indigenous & animist) perspectives, offering a holistic framework that provides space for all layers of your experience (i.e personal, relational, cultural, and spiritual) to be respected and regarded as potentially meaningful in your process of healing and transformation. I work from a non-pathological lens, which means that I will not label and diagnose your experiences, nor will I try to fix you. At essence, the container I offer will support you to slow down and tune in; and from that place, I will support you to cultivate awareness through your own direct experience.


    • Specialist Training in Holistic Psychotherapy - 2020 - Metavision Institute
    • Bachelor of Business - 2008 - Monash University

    Professional Associations

    • Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia

    Quality Provision

    As part of my personal and professional ethics, I am actively engaged in ongoing professional development, including monthly supervision, mentoring, and integrative trainings, which support me in my continuous evolution as an integrative and holistic practitioner. I am also committed to ongoing personal inner-work and self-inquiry, and believe that this is integral work is what supports me to for being able to guide others with integrity and care.


    My working days/hours:
    Tuesdays: 10am - 7pm
    Wednesdays: 10am - 7pm
    Thursdays: 10am - 7pm
    Saturdays: 10am - 5pm

    Appointments can be made through my online calendar: https://calendly.com/alexandrejodun/holistic-psychotherapy-session-60-mins-full

    Transport and Parking

    For an in-person session, you will be able to park either on Yarralea Street or at Dan Murphy's car park across the street. Alphington train station is about a 4-5 min walk away.


    Individual sessions: $140AUD per 60 mins,
    available in-person and online via Zoom.
    I offer a sliding scale (upon request) for those
    who sincerely cannot afford my regular fee,
    as well as for those who identify as BIPOC.

    Payment Options

    Bank transfer in my preferred payment for both in-person and online sessions, either before the scheduled session or on the day of your appointment. For international individuals, I offer payment via Paypal invoice.

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    10 Questions with Alexandre Jodun

    • What led you to choose psychotherapy or counselling as a profession?

    • For over fourteen years I've been passionate about the evolution of consciousness, psychology, and living a spiritually-rooted life. After experiencing a spiritual emergence and existential crisis in my own life in my mid-twenties, I was called to explore experiential psychotherapies and indigenous wisdom traditions in order to make sense of my experiences during this challenging transition in my life. Through my own personal process of healing and transformation, exploring many modalities, I eventually received a calling to study and practice psychotherapy and counselling, and to be a bridge between psychology and earth-based spirituality.
    • Which philosophical approaches have influenced your professional/personal development?

    • - Holotropic Breathwork & Grof Transpersonal Psychology (Stan & Christina Grof)
      - Process-oriented Psychology (Arnold & Amy Mindell)
      - Mindfulness meditation
      - Ancestral and earth-based indigenous wisdom traditions (Peruvian Ashaninka-Mestizo curanderismo, African ancestral wisdom)
      - Contemporary shamanic practices (Alberto Villoldo)
      - Depth psychology & Soul-centred traditions (e.g Carl Jung, James Hillman, Francis Weller)
      - Mythology, Folklore & Fairytales (Michael Meade, Martin Shaw)
      - The oral teachings of Martin Prechtel
    • Which particular aspects of health or the human journey are you interested in?

    • I'm interested in the psychospiritual phase of the human journey that Bill Plotkin refers to as "Soul initiation." Or in other words, the process of becoming a spiritually and ecologically integrated, authentic adult, who is in touch with their deepen reason for being on earth and what unique service they came to offer the world. I'm passionate about holding space for individuals who are longing to cultivate the skills and resources needed to navigate this journey, which includes healing trauma and ancestral wounds, inner child work, dreamwork, mindfulness, sub-personality work, re-connection with nature and spirituality.

      I'm also interested in working with expanded states of consciousness for the purposes of healing and transformation, which includes breathwork, movement, earth-based ritual and ceremony, and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy (not yet legal in Australia).

      I'm also passionate about the process of integrating spiritually transformative experiences into everyday life, and supporting individuals who may feel that they have been traumatised by having been pathologised or labelled.
    • What method/s do you use?

    • Process-oriented methods (trauma healing, somatic inquiry, art, movement, relationship and conflict work)
      Transpersonal approaches (mindfulness, breathing, imaginal and visionary journey work)
      Nature-based methods (connecting with the earth, elements, ritual and ceremony, ancestral reconnection)
      Myth, Story & Poetry
    • When do you think the client will start to feel that progress is being made?

    • I think that this is unique for each individual, and impossible for me to give a blanket answer that is true for everyone that I've worked with. For some individuals, "progress" to them occurs when they can notice their emotions, notice how they experience them, articulate them, and feel them in their body. For other people, it's simply telling their story to someone who will finally listen deeply without trying to fix them. For others, it might be something else. It's unique to the individual.
    • How has therapy made you a better person?

    • In many ways. therapy has made me feel more genuinely compassionate about the suffering of humanity, and has taught (and continues to teach me) that every person contains the potential for healing and transformation into who they came into this world to be. Through my experience of offering therapy services, I've also cultivated better communication skills (listening and expressing myself authentically). I have also cultivated more awareness of my own personal growth edges, and where I need to do more work on myself in order to hold space for others with care and integrity without imposing agendas. Therapy has also helped me to become more gentle and understanding in my personal life, and cultivate deeper trust that it is no accident that we each exist on this earth today.
    • What do you like most about being a therapist?

    • Being of service to others in a meaningful way, and doing what I feel like I came to this earth to do - which is to support and guide others to remember their innate wholeness and the gifts that they came into this world to bring.
    • Do you ever have 'bad hair' days?

    • Yes! Because I am human and not a robot, there are 'bad hair' days. But even these so-called 'bad hair' days often become my greatest teaching moments, and awaken me to something important that wants to be acknowledged that I otherwise would've missed if 'my hair was perfect.'
    • What do you think is the most significant problem we face, in the world today?

    • In my opinion, the most significant problem we face in this hyper-materialistic and post-colonial world today is a crisis of perception and unresolved trauma -- a crisis which continues to have a damaging ripple affect on all of our systems (physical, psychological, spiritual, ecological - human and non-human), and which heavily influences the ways in which we all personally and collectively makes sense of our purpose and place in the world.

      I personally believe that, as James Hillman once said, "[the therapy] room should be a cell of revolution." I think that by taking responsibility for one's own path of healing, awareness and transformation, there's a revolutionary ripple effect that then potentially occurs in the world "out there."
    • Can you share the name of a book, film, song, event or work of art that inspires you?

    • Books:
      - "Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home" by Toko-Pa Turner
      - "Fate & Destiny" by Michael Meade
      - "Rescuing the light" by Martin Prechtel

      Poems / Spoken-Word:
      - "Calling the Spirit Back" by Joy Harjo (https://open.spotify.com/track/5DGnwZnEV7BiVowhr0dGu8?si=0594a633d51d4a71)
      - "The way it is" and "A ritual to read to each other" by William Stafford
      - "Cargo" by Greg Kimura
      - "Start close-in" by David Whyte

      - "The Living Myth" podcast by Michael Meade (https://www.livingmyth.org/episodes)
      - "Embodiment Matters" podcast by Carl Rabke & Erin Geeseman-Rabke (https://embodimentmatters.com/)
      - "In Two Deep" by Lisa Flack & David Bedrick (https://open.spotify.com/show/202bTLcWo031Fa7ythEdHS?si=lpsubFW6Qr-MIG4kqGvpsg&dl_branch=1)
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    Mr Alexandre Jodun

    Alexandre Jodun

    Psychotherapist, Process Oriented Therapist

    As a holistic practitioner dedicated to self-exploration, healing, and consciousness expansion in my own personal life for the past 9 years - I am passionate about holding sacred space for wounded healers, spiritual seekers, and sensitive men and women who are yearning to go deeper on their path of psychospiritual healing and transformation and embody a more authentic life. ...

    • Alphington
    • Dream Work, Existential, Experiential, Integrative, Jungian, Process Oriented, Somatic Psychotherapy, Soul Centred Psychotherapy, Transpersonal, Trauma-Informed