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Meg Wilson Counsellor

Meg Wilson MArTh

Founder and Clinical Counsellor

Meg is the founder and head counsellor for Unison. She believes strongly in the use of education to shift public perceptions regarding sexuality, self-expression and mental health. She has an extremely wide range of experiences and training and always seeks to adapt to best fit the needs of her clients. She is particularly interested in how cultural backgrounds shape our understanding of the world and always seeks to respect and understand the cultural significance as it applies to a person’s worldview. 

Meg is trained and/or certified in art psychotherapy, DBT, mindfulness, and emotion-focused therapy. She writes and teaches workshops on the spectrum of relationships. To subscribe for a list of upcoming events, please use the form below.


Tino Kuhn Marketing Unison Counselling

Tino Kuhn

Co-Founder / Director

Tino has many years of experience in brand building and supporting businesses to improve their product and user experience. He is passionate about human-centered design, mental health, and developing meaningful experiences. His knowledge about creative and innovative technology might play an important role in using future therapeutic applications. As the director, he is making sure that all the processes at Unison are working seamlessly in the background.

Marissa Unison Counselling

Marissa Guild

Practice manager

Marissa draws on her broad experience in administration, people management, and client services to keep day-to-day operations running smoothly here at Unison. Marissa is deeply opposed to the prejudicial treatment of marginalized groups in our society and an advocate for equality in her community. She hopes to help expand awareness and acceptance for individuals from stigmatized communities through her work with Unison.

We acknowledge that Unison Counselling exists on land stolen from the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Alliance. We support a treaty and reconciliation between the traditional custodians of the land and colonizers, and pay our respect to elders past, present, and emerging.

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