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We're passionate about normalising mental health conversations in Asian communities...

Because, mental health continues to be highly stigmatised in many Asian communities and families, which leaves people struggling in silence.

Scroll down to learn how our team of culturally-responsive therapists can help you improve your mental health and wellbeing.

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How can you take care of your mental health?

1. Get to therapy 

Find a therapist who understands Asian culture, families and values.

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2. Connect with 
community

Meet others in our free, welcoming community!

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3. Be creative

Join our trauma-informed creative arts therapists for experiential workshops.

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What people are saying about Shapes and Sounds...

"Shapes and Sounds has helped me build a sense of connection to my cultural heritage and a sense of community with other Asian Australians. It's a space that's been created by us, for us. " - Chamai

"Shapes and Sounds has  shown me how my family and cultural upbringing relates to how I show up for myself and my mental health. When someone puts into words the exact things I have been experiencing or thinking about, it breaks the silence about mental health which is prevalent within the Asian diaspora." - Betty

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Shapes and Sounds acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land that our organisation operates on. We pay respect to First Nations Elders; past and present, and we acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded and that a treaty has never been signed.

Shapes and Sounds acknowledges the devastating impact of colonisation and brutality on the mental health of First Nations and Indigenous people. As Asian settlers on this Sacred land, we strive to utilise our own ancestries' experiences of colonisation, displacement and collective grief to ensure that we no longer perpetuate oppressive structures.