Helping Australians to find their wings

Good Therapy turns 15 years young

For those who were around for the launch of Good Therapy’s website 15 years ago, you may remember young Anna with blue eyes and butterfly wings perched at the top of the homepage. 
Helping Australians to find their wings, was Good Therapy’s tag line back then ‐ which I am sorry to say I had completely forgotten until recently when a friend forwarded to me the first email he received from Good Therapy, in September 2004.
After three iterations, Good Therapy’s website is about to undergo another transformation. The present flowering grows out of a journey that is taking place on the inside: Reflecting, rethinking, reimagining, recreating, and re-emerging.
Sometimes, the little steps must step aside and make way for a quantum leap. 
Persistence, hard work and patience will always be an important part of who we are and what we do. 
But there's a place for Trust, beauty and wonderment too.


I want to say Thanks :) to everyone for continuing to participate in the sense of community to which we are given.
We are celebrating Good Therapy's 15th Anniversary for one whole year, 
From the launch of on 15 September 2004 through to September 2005, when Good Therapy Australia was incorporated as a not for profit organisation and registered health promotion charity.
September 2019 - September 2020: One whole year of new beginnings, One whole year of "finding our wings."
We hope you will join us.

Posted on 16 September 2019 in - Good Therapy News

Che McLeod

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