About Us

We at Integrative Space value listening and working with you to achieve optimal health and well-being by treating you as whole beings.

We each have a body, mind, emotions and a spirit – interrelated and interactive, capable of self healing, self regulation, growth and change.

This is why, along with correct diagnosis and medications where indicated, it is the small and consistent changes you make in your daily rituals that will contribute positively to your health now and in the future.

These rituals include how you choose to nourish yourself, move and be in relationship with others.

Dr Ray Mullen


Ray is a general and integrative medical practitioner.

He has practiced general practice medicine since 1980’s both in Western Australia and North Queensland, and integrative medicine since the early 2000’s.

He enjoys working with patients and families who want timely interventions and to understand more about their health and use this knowledge to create a satisfying, healthy and sustainable lifestyle. He works with best available medical evidence as a GP and uses complementary approaches such as nutrition, supplementation, movement therapy and lifestyle interventions.

Ray completed his medical degree at the University of Western Australia. He has post graduate qualifications in Integrative Medicine , Family Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Voice Dialogue, Yoga and Lifestyle Medicine.  He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and a member of the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM).

Integrative approaches are particularly useful in dealing with fatigue and exhaustion syndromes, hormone imbalances, auto-immune diseases, post viral infection syndromes, long covid, irritable bowel syndrome, food sensitivities, allergies and fibromyalgia. These approaches can also provide supportive and adjunctive care in recovery from major illness and cancers.

Ray considers the impact of environmental and emotional stress on your body, mind, sense of well-being, it’s impact on aging and believes in the positive health benefits of joy and connection as part of your recovery. Your readiness to change is discussed, small steps are taken and you are welcome to bring questions.

See more about Ray’s work and how to book below.

Jennifer Mullen

BA S Sc, Dip Ed, Dip PM, MMH, Cert YT

Jennifer is a Somatic Integration Therapist, Psychotherapist and Yoga Therapist with an interest in Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consulting.

She enjoys working with clients who want to understand more about themselves in health, movement and in relationships.  She offers time to support you in becoming aware, attentive and considerate of tensions and traumas that cause disease in your body, mind, spirit.  Jennifer may suggest and encourage small changes that are both beneficial to a more robust sense of self, shine a light on your own discovery of your right path and the healing benefits of more satisfying relationships.

As well as having a background in nursing and teaching, Jennifer studied and taught Somatic Integration Therapy in New York over a period of 10 years.  She received a Master in Mental Health, Psychotherapy from the University of Queensland in 2009.  This included the study of Art Therapy, Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Self Psychology and Family Therapy.  Her Masters Project explored somatic understandings in therapeutic relationships for health and healing.

In 2000 Jennifer joined the world wide community of Voice Dialogue Facilitators.  She is a Yoga Therapist and Certified Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant.

Read more about Jennifer and how to book with her below.