Daniel Troyak is a Mindfulness-based Therapist and Australia's first full-time Buddhist Chaplain.
Having gained certification in Clinical Pastoral Education (Pastoral Psychotherapy) and working as a Chaplain for over five years, Daniel has trained in Buddhist meditation and received mentorship from leading Buddhist teachers internationally.
At their encouragement, Daniel has learnt to integrate traditional mindfulness meditation and contemplative skills in a therapeutic context that can be applied by anyone, Buddhist or otherwise. His private sessions offer the opportunity to understand the key skills needed for emotional processing, healing and growth.
Daniel maintains a daily meditation practice, leads group meditations sessions, receives regular guidance from his Buddhist teachers in India, and is dedicated to continuing to develop his therapeutic training and practice.
He is passionate about making these tools for a happier, calmer and compassionate life available to everyone.
Please do not use this service if you are feeling suicidal. Contact your GP, local hospital, Emergency Services (000) or Lifeline (13 11 14).
We should have a natural curiosity for life. We should know ourselves.
With a supportive and holistic approach, Mindfulness-based Therapy works to unpack and unravel the contents of the mind. Learn the skills needed for emotional processing and discover a happier, calmer and more peaceful life.
To have an effective treatment for suffering, one must know the nature of suffering.