Bloom Well-being

Who is Bloom?

Bloom Well-being is a therapy clinic located in Creswick, Victoria, Australia. We aim to provide meaningful therapy, where you’re supported to set your own pace, and be seen as the expert of your own life.

Bloom operates from a converted three-bedroom home, with a beautiful garden and spaciousness for rest and grounding. Our approach to therapy is flexible and client-led, meaning that no two sessions between clients are the same. We offer a range of leading evidence-based trauma therapies, including but not limited to: Animal Assisted Therapy, Attachment-Informed EMDR therapy, Havening, and Eco-therapy.

What we do

How we can help

At Bloom Well-being, we utilize evidence-based trauma-informed modalities, such as EMDR Therapy and Havening, to provide clients with effective and personalised treatment. Our therapists are passionate about helping clients overcome trauma, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship breakdowns, and other life transitions.

Our Values

Our core values are at the heart of everything we do.

These core values guide our interactions with clients, inform our decision-making, and shape the culture of our clinic. We are committed to upholding these values every day, and to creating a safe, supportive, and empowering environment for all.


We acknowledge that therapeutic relationships, like relationships generally, are formed on the basis of mutual respect, trust and kindness. We are genuine and passionate about ensuring that everyone we interact with feels valued and cared for, especially the clients we are in service of.


We value offering a warm physical environment to allow people to press pause on their often busy and stressful lives, to truly “arrive” and be present. this includes going above and beyond in our model of care.


We hold our acknowledgment of the patriarchal systems and society that we exist within at the forefront of what we do, which allows us to extend compassion to those facing these systems


We hold hope for our clients, even when they aren’t able to hold it for themselves because we understand the impacts of trauma/abuse but equally acknowledge the positive impact of specialist trauma-informed therapy.