JOIN THE SHAPES AND SOUNDS CLUB.
Create life-changing habits and make life-long friends.
A mental health membership program for Asian Australians.
Designed by experienced Asian Australian psychologists and therapists.
- Begins April 1st 2022! -
We've helped hundreds of Asian Australians to improve their mental health.
And we can't wait to support you too!
Shapes and Sounds is the leading voice for Asian Australian mental health.
Learn about our unique approach and how The Shapes and Sounds Club can help you, from our founder, Asami.
Our programs make impact and change lives.
"I don't think I have seen anything else like this, where there is a forum dedicated specifically to investigating Asian Australian identity as well as mental health. Being able to spend time each day to reflect, respond and read other people's responses to prompts helped me to process my own line of thinking and feel connected to a community committed to wanting to know themselves better."
"Turns out, my mental wellbeing has got a lot to do with acceptance of who I am culturally. I feel alive because I was seen, heard and understood in the space that Asami and Vi-An had held for us. Thank you Shapes and Sounds for this creative, nurturing and mind-blowing experience!"
"Shapes and Sounds has created a genuinely safe community for Asian Australians to explore identity, mental health and connect with others who have either gone through or are currently going through similar experiences. The program has equipped me with skills to take better care of my mental health. The peer support has been outstanding and there's a real sense of togetherness within the community."
What you'll learn in the Club.
How will this improve my mental health?
1. Self-reflection is an evidence-based strategy that improves emotional intelligence.
- Our learning modules will help you strengthen your self-reflection skills so that you deeply understand your values, goals and interests. This forms the foundation for creating meaningful change in your life.
2. Social connection is a neurobiological human need.
- The Club offers you connection to a thriving Asian Australian community that will allow you to feel safe and welcomed as your full, complex and multi-cultural identity.
3. Connecting culture and mental health just makes sense.
- If you've felt like something's been missing in your mental health care, let us show you how connecting the dots between mental health and culture can help you to amplify your wellbeing.
Your membership benefits:
Our Annual Plans:
Commit for a year to see real and meaningful change.
You'll have the opportunity to claim your full joining fee back (see our bonus feature below!)
15% discount and a 30-day trial.
Our Monthly Plans:
Take it one month at a time.
14 day trial.
⭐️CASH-BACK BONUS FEATURE FOR ANNUAL MEMBERS⭐️
Meet your Asian Australian psychologists and therapists.
Your core therapeutic team.
Asami is a first-generation immigrant from Japan. She's the founder of Shapes and Sounds and is a registered music therapist and yoga teacher with over 17 years experience working in the acute youth mental health, trauma and community sectors.
(MOrgPsych, BPsych(Hons), BSoSci(Psych))
Vi-An is a second-generation Vietnamese-Australian. She's a psychologist (organisational psychology registrar) who specialises in cross-cultural psychology and women's health. She has a background in management consulting for organisational and leadership development. She has developed programs across diverse industries and now works in the health space, for individuals and organisations.
Stef was raised in Hong Kong and is a second-generation Australian-
Smruthy was born in India and moved to Australia after founding a mental health organisation in Chennai in 2012. She specialises in working with people of multicultural, LGBTIQA+ and neurodiverse identities. Committed to intersectionality and collaboration, she uses a trauma-informed,culturally responsive and person-centred practice framework.
Marcus is a second-generation Chinese-Australian, however, has lived most of his life in Hong Kong before moving back to Australia in 2017. He is currently a second-year Psychology student at the University of Melbourne and is interested in understanding human behaviour and the multitude of factors that influence how people make sense of their own lives.
Is this a replacement for therapy?
Who is the Club for?
Where is the Club?
Can I sign up at any time?
More on the Bonus Feature.
Find our full list of terms and considerations HERE.
We know that having a financial incentive helps people to stay motivated and we want to see you succeed!
Join one of our Annual Plans to access our cash-back incentive!
How do I receive the refund?
What if I miss one month's learning module?
What if I face technical difficulties?
What does each learning module entail?
No one misses out at Shapes and Sounds.
It's no secret that many people miss out on mental health support due to the costs involved.
That's why all our programs have sponsored positions to support those most in need.
If you have the financial means, please consider purchasing a pay-it-forward ticket at a discounted price.
Thank you for caring for our community!