Noula Diamantopoulos is an Australian psychotherapist, author and artist who works to eliminate individual and collective neglect-based mental health issues, by re-creating perceptions and behaviours. Expressed through large-scale creative works, as well as her psychotherapy practice and workshops, Noula continues to dedicate her extensive and growing career to the provision of constructive resources that build positive connections between minds and behaviour at the individual and collective level.
Noula is a trauma informed psychotherapist melding together current evidence base psychological techniques, positive psychology and creative processes to support and rebuild mental health. She works with individuals who feel misunderstood and marginalised because they are suffering from mental and emotional distress due to complex PTSD, DID, BPD, OCD, and relationship issues. She is currently in training for Somatic Experiencing (SE), trained in Dialectic Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR, full member EMDRAA), and certified in Brainspotting (BSP Consultant) and has self studied in Polyvagal theory and Deep Brain Reorienting (DBR).
Noula also founded and is the Executive Director of The BeCause Movement, a not-for-profit initiative that drives change in the general perception of the role of art in restoring mental health and wellbeing. BeCause uses the collaborative skills of academic researchers, psychologists, psychotherapists, artists and community members to build beautiful art installations that actively change lives.