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Ariana Fu

Mindfulness-based Somatic Practitioner

Certified Practising Speech Pathologist


Session: Telehealth Only

Language: Mandarin/English/Hokkien(Taiwanese)

As a daily practitioner of mindfulness, Ariana has participated in various meditation training such as The Power of Awareness, Mindful Self-compassion Program and Mindfulness Retreats, and has completed over 1000 hours of mindfulness practice.


Ariana has been in over 200 hours of long-term professional training in Hakomi mindfulness-based somatic psychotherapy from the Hakomi Institute of California in the USA. She has also completed over 200 hours of mindfulness-based somatic psychotherapy sessions with clients. She regularly receives personal development training and professional supervision.


In 2013, Ariana was diagnosed with leukemia and underwent chemotherapy and transplantation, which gave her a deeper understanding of the emotional journey of patients and their families dealing with serious illnesses. In 2019, Ariana immigrated to Australia and pursued a Master's degree in Speech Pathology, which provided her with richer experiences in understanding the psychological characteristics of cross-linguistic and cross-cultural populations. In early 2023, Ariana became a certified practising speech pathologist in Australia, providing speech therapy and psychological counselling services to individuals of all ages with communication and swallowing difficulties.


While providing services at the Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide and Flinders Medical Centre in Australia, Ariana always put the patients and their family members at the centre of her care. With her warmth, stability, and powerful empathy, combined with evidence-based assessment and intervention, Ariana has helped many patients suffering from communication difficulties, swallowing disorders, and neurological diseases to regain inner strength and achieve their goals. 

Ariana is particularly interested in providing psychological counselling to individuals with communication difficulties who suffer from mental health challenges. She is skilled in helping adults with stuttering to reduce their severity of stuttering, increase self-acceptance, achieve comfortable communication, and improve their quality of life. On International Stuttering Awareness Day in 2022, as one of the professionals, Ariana introduced the importance of psychotherapeutic intervention in adult stuttering to the Chinese stuttering community.



Master of Speech Pathology, Flinders University, Adelaide, SA, Australia

Master of Law, East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, China

Graduate of Hakomi mindfulness-based psychotherapy, Hakomi Institute of California, USA




Member of Speech Pathology Australia

Member of Palliative Care South Australia

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