Diana Arlett

Holistic Transformational Therapies

I'm Diana Arlett, a holistic transformational therapist who has spent the greater part of two decades studying the real world, personal development and holistic sciences.  I am passionate about helping people transcend their former self and obtain greater levels of fulfilment in life. I do this by helping people unpack their trauma, develop effective coping strategies and eliminate bad habits that compromise their health. I focus on targeting the conscious and subconscious mind to achieve desired results.

My programs and services are designed to aid people in reconnecting with their higher self, gain clarity, set realistic goals and develop effective action plans. Using my practical and professional experience, broad skills and knowledge, I provide high quality transformational coaching to propel my clients towards a more abundant life.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor of Applied Science (Planning) (1st Class Honours)
Master of Laws (International Law and International Relations)
Master of Business Administration
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Certification
Digital Marketing Certification
Yoga Acharya Certification
Hypnotherapy Certification
Life Coaching Certification
Journalism Certification



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  • Dec 26, 2023

The week between Christmas and New Year is often a bit of a blur, unwinding from the year and enjoying some quiet time with friends and family. As we bid farewell to the old and welcome the new, the beginning of a year is an opportune time to reflect on the past, set goals for the future, and embrace the possibilities that lie ahead.

  • Dec 17, 2023

In the tapestry of our lives, relationships form the intricate threads that weave our stories. While many relationships contribute positively to our growth and well-being, others can become toxic, stifling our potential and draining our happiness.

  • Dec 13, 2023

Over the past year, Cannabidiol (CBD) oil has gained significant popularity and emerged as a promising and versatile natural remedy. It has gained widespread attention for its potential medicinal benefits. Extracted from the cannabis plant, CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it doesn't produce the "high" associated with its counterpart, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

  • Melbourne, Victoria, Australia