Wild Healing - Psychotherapy, Group Therapy, & ReWilding

Kia ora, welcome to a growthful 2024

Hello, curious seekers of health and wellbeing. I'm pleased to have three unique therapeutic offerings to assist your journey of healing. All three processes offer transformational experiences, depending on what you wish to focus upon.

Psychotherapy & Counselling for individuals

Weekly 'talk therapy' with different focuses, ranging from better problem-solving to an evolving sense of self in the world.

Group Therapy

An enriching weekly process of sharing your experiences with others, co-creating learning and growth.


ReWilding means re-establishing relationships of reverence and reciprocity with the natural world through ritual, ceremony, activity and deeply embodied connection. I offer this process for individuals, and will soon offer a group experience of eight day-long workshops. 

Check out each process for further information, and I look forward to talking with you about which options meet your desires for growth and transformation.

About Raquel Beeby (she/her), Registered Psychotherapist

Kia ora, therapeutic work has been my passion for more than 30 years, working in several community agencies with a wide variety of individuals and couples. I’ve also enjoyed some years in clinical roles in the corporate world. My private practice has flourished since 2012.

I am a Registered Psychotherapist (PBANZ), Certified Transactional Analyst (Psychotherapy) and a Full Member of New Zealand Association of Psychotherapists/Te Rōpū Whakaora Hinengaro (NZAP). I served on the Board of the Aotearoa New Zealand Transactional Analysis Association (ANZTAA) between 2013-2022, holding several Executive roles, including President.

I also have a BA (Psychology), Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling, and Level 1 Certificate in Narrative Therapy. I hold a Certificate in Clinical Supervision and I completed a two-year Group Psychotherapy training programme in 2023.

I am Tangata Tiriti, of Celtic/Norse/Jewish heritage. I acknowledge and celebrate Maori as Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa New Zealand. I honour all aspects of people’s experience, such as ethnicity and culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, and spiritual beliefs.

I work with every client’s capacity to discover and use healthy and empowering ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving.  Some benefits of therapy with me are likely to be greater self-acceptance; more resilience and capacity for meeting challenges; more satisfaction in your relationships; confidence as a parent; enjoyment and growth of your career; and regaining your ability for relaxation.