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Louise Earnshaw
Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? 
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Earnshaw has been a registered psychologist in Australia for almost 20 years. She is driven by a passion and talent for harnessing and optimising innate potential in people and organisations. A great believer in the healing power of nature, she is a lover of the ocean and ecology. She has been a student of Hindu philosophy and Sufism in India, Malta and Melbourne.

From 2002-2010 Earnshaw was regarded as a leading international expert in redirecting maverick behaviour into ethical enterprise. More than 11,000 high-risk youth and marginalised communities have been skilled in micro-enterprise development using EXI methodology.

She has delivered high-impact psychological interventions in remote and third world communities in eight countries for which she has received many government and university awards. In the last 15 years has worked and/or lived in
- Malta, where she initiated a volunteered project to share her entrepreneurship and social business guidance to refugees seeking re-settlement
- Christmas Island and mainland Immigration Detention Centres
- Remote Buddhist Himalayan-desert villages on the Indo/Tibetan border
- Martu and Ngaanyatjarra desert communities in Western Australia
- Urban and rural schools, vocational colleges and communities in Australia, NZ, India, Sri Lanka, US, Canada and Denmark.
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Earnshaw has also lived and worked in Italy, Greece, Africa, China and the UK. Earnshaw's PhD research that investigated the similarities between youth at-risk and successful entrepreneurs informed the pioneering methodology that underpins this award-winning training and psychosocial intervention.

With the assistance of funding from commonwealth and state governments and corporate and high net worth individuals, Earnshaw's work demonstrated its ability to arrest psychosocial illness in youth at-risk, the unemployed and under-educated. With the support of a commonwealth government professional develop award, she expanded her practice to trialling micro-enterprise development for cultural preservation in threatened communities. 

In 2010 Earnshaw put the social entrepreneurship work on hold to commence working offshore on Christmas Island in the immigration detention centre where she remained until 2014.

In 2016 Earnshaw initiated a volunteer project in Malta where she provided her entrepreneurship and social business guidance to refugees seeking re-settlement.

She now uses the entrepreneurial principles in Psychotherapy to assist with grief, trauma recovery and behavioural change.