Kelli Kieselbach Naturopath


As a qualified Naturopath Kelli practices Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Diet and Lifestyle Coaching. Kelli enjoys helping people with a wide range of health complaints and has a special interest in the area of digestive health and mood and fatigue disorders.

Kelli developed a keen interest in complementary therapies as she experienced the benefits for herself and her family.

She has knowledge in the field through formal study and working in the industry for years. Continuing professional education is important to Kelli and she is currently undertaking further part time study as well as constantly engaging in other informal learning.

Kelli is excited about Naturopathy’s ability to achieve great results by supporting the bodies own healing process. She is passionate about Complementary health and its role in the general healthcare system; as we see lifestyle and environmental factors negatively impacting disease rates and quality of life.

Kelli has lived in many parts of Australia and the world but is pleased to call Adelaide home. Kelli embraces time with family and friends and enjoys being outdoors, cooking, travelling, watching a good comedy and learning more about natural health.

Kelli is a full professional member of  ’The Complementary Medicine Association’.


Karen Kronbergs Counsellor


As a qualified Counsellor, Karen offers a diverse range of therapeutic models to suit people’s presenting needs. With an emphasis on Narrative Therapy and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), individuals, couples and families can be appropriately supported.

Karen has professional academic qualifications in Counselling and has completed her Masters in Counselling. She has worked in the field for almost 15 years and facilitated positive outcomes particularly in the areas of addictive life behaviours including high risk self harm, domestic relational difficulties and body image views that affect food intake. Cultural sensitivity has been studied and valuable experience gained while working with refugees.

Karen considers Counselling to be an additional health service to address emotional barriers that hold people back from wholeness. Compassion and genuine concern, along with intentional strategies, goal setting and choices for healing are always negotiated collaboratively with clients.

Quality time with family and friends is important to Karen and she also loves walking her greyhound in the park on a regular basis. She considers an enriched life to include physical, spiritual, emotional and mental wellbeing. Chilling out with a good sci-fi movie is sometimes enjoyed. Travel is always on Karen’s to-do list and holidays are viewed as a reward for honest work.

Professional insurance and counselling registration status is current.









Karen Kronbergs