Registered counselling practice offering support for Children & Young Adults here in the Limestone coast.

 we offer appointments in our office that is located at 47 Margaret street Mount Gambier and outreach services.



What we offer at Stepping stones wellbeing 


Stepping stones wellbeing is dedicated counselling services that provides support for those experiencing challenging times. Stepping Stones Wellbeing specialises in support to children, young adults, and families living with autism spectrum disorder, Adhd, comorbidities, co-complex and Alcohol and other drug. Karmyn, the owner of Stepping Stones Wellbeing, has personal experience with the challenges of living with neurodiversity. She herself is neurodiverse, and she is also raising her children who have autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and comorbidities. This is an area of support that is close to her heart. We aim to create a supportive and inclusive environment for individuals with neurodivergent conditions. Through our programs and community initiatives, we strive to raise awareness and understanding of neurodiversity in our community and provide the necessary tools and resources to help our clients achieve their full potential.

Whether it's behavioural support, social skills development support, or community engagement, we are committed to working closely with families to provide personalised counselling and strategies that meet their unique needs and goals.


Stepping Stones Wellbeing, also provides tailored assistance to children and young adults who encounter certain difficulties. These challenges can range from AOD, managing their emotions to self-regulation and behavioural issues. Our personalised support aims to help individuals find effective strategies that work for them, empowering them to better manage their emotions and behaviours. We prioritise the overall well-being and mental health of the children and youth we work with, creating custom support plans that are child-led. 




Stepping Stones Wellbeing and the Oatmill Cinema complex have joined forces to offer inclusive and exhilarating sensory sessions for both children and adults, regardless of their neurodiversity.

With lowered audio and lighting settings, you can fully immerse yourself in the big screen without being overwhelmed by sensory overstimulation. This unique and delightful experience is open to all, and we welcome you to join us.

To stay updated on the next sensory session, make sure to follow Stepping Stones Wellbeing and the Oatmill Cinema complex on Facebook.




                                    PARENT SUPPORT GROUP.


We invite you to attend our Parent Support Groups designed specifically for parents raising children with neurodiversity.

These meetings are held on the second Sunday of every month from 11:30am- 1pm at the Mount Gambier public library.

No appointment is required - simply drop by for a complimentary morning tea and connect with other parents who are on a similar journey.




Quite Dining times at the Macs Hotel.



If you are looking for a dining experience that is enjoyable for the entire family, without the sensory overload that can sometimes come with going out for dinner, then there is a great opportunity for you. The Mac’s Hotel is offering sensory inclusive quiet dining times. This dining experience offers families a more relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

Bookings essential. 



Proudly supported by


                                                            Oatmill cinema complex.

BRC trades Air & Electrical. 

T.K Roof Restorations.

Macs Hotel.

Mount Gambier Library.


We are a Neurodivergent and cultural sensitive all inclusive service where everyone is welcome.  




We stand together...



Acknowledgement of country 

Stepping stones wellbeing acknowledges the boandik Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land we live on in Mount Gambier We show our respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.