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About Melanie

Melanie’s passion is to help people learn how to enjoy life better and is an advocate for gender equality and the Me Too movement. Melanie is a Relationship Coach, Facilitator and Accredited Play of Life Trainer and Coach, and Enneagram.rc Coach with a Diploma in Counselling. Melanie is also an International Presenter and Speaker. Melanie is a professional member of the International Enneagram Association (IEA) and a partner of Relationship Capital, a corporate and business consulting organisation. Melanie is also a professional opera singer in training. Melanie has her private practice working with individuals and couples. She has previously worked corporately with government and private organisations including HealthShare, Dept of Health, QANTAS, Origin Energy and with Faith-Based, Nonprofit NPO organisations. Melanie has presented her work at International Enneagram Conferences in Argentina and the Netherlands.

Melanie’s foundational belief as a coach is that relationships are our biggest capital in life. Beginning with our relationship with ourselves and then our relationship with all others. 

“Relationships are more than just about me and you, it’s what happens between us two!” – Melanie Raimundo

What people say?

“Melanie has such a wonderful way of speaking to you, making you feel SO comfortable and ready to open up in the best ways we personally know how. It was completely non-invasive and has left me with all the tools and guidance I need to become the better, if not, the best version of myself. I was engaged the entire conversation! I will take this away with me and utilise it in becoming a much more wholesome woman.”
I have found since attending the meeting with Melanie, I now have the ability to stop my train of thought, and redirect it into a more positive approach when faced with negativity or an unpleasant situation. I am able to identify how my personality might work well with others, or at times clash, and how to better approach and interact with others, whether it be on a personal level or within the workplace.”
Taneyha M
HealthShare, NSW (Australia)