about your storyline

Your Storyline is a niche psychotherapy service in the east of Adelaide, South Australia. It specializes in life transition issues for older adults and women who become mothers. Under the former name of MBH Mobile Counselling Service, it began operation in 2012. It offers quality in-home or on-site counselling, consultancy and training. For more information about each service type please visit the services page.

Everyone has a story to tell. Our life story - our storyline - is like a thread that weaves its way through all the good times and the bad. All the twists and turns that make up each human experience. Every storyline is unique like a thumb print or the structure of one's DNA. Your storyline is what makes you the person you are. It is the journey that you are on.

There are four groups of people that Your Storyline is particularly committed to: seniors aged 65+ (especially advanced seniors), those with a disability or life limiting illness, carers and new mothers. The reason for this focus stems from decades of experience that Felicity Chapman has had in working with these populations. In this time she has developed a strong interest in the unique needs of these groups and the often overlooked threads of grief present as major change (hoped for or not) can start painting a very different life picture.

Felicity Chapman

Felicity is a Medicare accredited mental health social worker. She holds an Associate Diploma in Counselling from Tabor (1993) and a First Class Honours Degree in Social Work from the University of South Australia (1997) as well as having volunteered as a Lifeline counsellor and recieved training in a variety of evidence based psychological practices.

In 2016 Felicity was a nominee for the Hesta South Australian Social Work Practitioner of the year award. She is author of Counselling and Psychotherapy with Older People in Care: A Support Guide by Jessica Kingsley Publishers of London and is currently convenor of the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) SA branch Aged Care Practice Group. She combines a private practice of counselling, training and consulting with clinical work at Sonder (formerly Northern Health Network) and sessional lecturing or tutoring at the University of Adelaide in their Graduate Program of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

In her spare time she enjoys being with her family, close friends, meditating, reading, writing and enjoying the tranquility of nature. She loves listening to people's stories, co-developing storylines that are more workable and witnessing the healing power of psychotherapeutic encounters.

Find Felicity on Linkedin or in the Social Worker Directory.



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