UniMed Cult Cartel – Naming Names – Australia NZ

Universal Medicine Affiliated Medical Professionals, Allied Health Professionals, Complementary Health Practitioners, Unqualified ‘Healers’, Meditation groups & businesses referring to UM practitioners in Australia and New Zealand

In 2018, Benhayon v Rockett victory at last & the way forward the Supreme Court of New South Wales found Universal Medicine to be a socially harmful cult, a healing fraud that harms people, and an organisation that preys on cancer patients.

Practitioners and groups listed are recruiters for the Universal Medicine Cult and promoters of its fraudulent therapies. Unqualified ‘healers’ listed believe themselves to be accredited ‘Esoteric Healing’ practitioners through Universal Medicine’s bogus accreditation body, the Esoteric Practitioners’ Association.

See Naming Names international page for recruiters and practitioners outside Australia and New Zealand

Please use the Contact tab or the comments box below to inform us of practitioners or organizations receiving referrals from or referring to Universal Medicine practitioners.

Note that it is unlawful for unregistered practitioners to practice acupuncture in Australia.

For members of the public/patients who have been adversely affected by Universal Medicine practitioners, please refer to the Official Complaints posts to learn how you may report practitioners you believe have behaved unethically or in a way that had adverse consequences for your health. You may make a complaint to AHPRA or the HCCC on behalf of another person and without their consent.

For patients seeking assistance from a registered healthcare professional, such as a psychologist, physiotherapist, acupuncturist etc., check the AHPRA register to see if the practitioner is registered, and then find out if they have any association with UM.

See also: list of UniMed front organizations, websites and associated businesses.

Esoteric Practitioners Association (bogus practitioner association owned by Serge Benhayon) practitioner directory

AUSTRALIA & NZ [scroll down for Europe, North America and others]


Dr Samuel Kim MBBS FRACP MPH, Cardio-Thoracic Surgeon, Goonellabah, NSW, Brisbane, Qld

Dr Anne Malatt MBBS, MS, FRANZCO, FRACS, Eye Surgeon, Lightwaves at Bangalow laser tattoo removal and skin treatments – profiting from Serge’s teachings that tattoos carry the pranic residue of the tattooist, NSW

Dr Elizabeth McGregor nee Skinner, GP, Goonellabah, NSW

Dr (Jan) Peter Siefkin, Psychiatrist, Byron Bay, Sydney, NSW

Dr Amelia Stephens, GP, Clayfield, Qld

Dr Maxine Szramka MBBS (hons1), B Med Sci, FRACP, FAMAC pt1, Rheumatologist, Nowra and Sydney, NSW


Dr Kevin Doyle, Dentist, True Dentistry, GP Super Clinic, Goonellabah, NSW

Dr Allanah FreerBDSc Hons, MDSC FACNEM, Dent8 Dental, Taringa, Qld

Dr Rachel Hall B.Ch.D (Uni Leeds), LDSRCS(Eng), MACNEM, Dental Surgeon, Evolve Dental Healing, and The Cheeky Dentist business consultancy, Kenmore, Brisbane, Qld

Dr Rachel Mascord, BDS (Hons Class 1) Dentist, Warrawong, NSW

Allied Health Professionals

Sarah BroomeRegistered Psychologist, cult promoters’ hub, Fabic Behavioural Therapies, Carrara, Qld. Former UM FACTS Team member and propagandist for Serge Benhayon

Jo Frare, Lismore, NSW – former NSW Health psychologist – unregistered as of late 2017 

Kate Greenaway, BAppSc(PT), Physiotherapist, Universal Medicine clinic Goonellabah and ‘L’alchimiste’ Wigmore Arcade Ballina, NSW

Cynthia Hickman, Registered Psychologist, Albert Park, Vic

Aimee Jeffreys, Registered Psychologist, Coopers Shoot, NSW

Jessica Jeffreys, Social Work, Counselling, Lismore, Coopers Shoot, NSW 

Kathryn Maroney, Speech Pathologist, Fabic, Carrara, Fairfield, Qld

Marianna Masiorski, B Psych (Hons) MAPS, Registered Psychologist, Qld

Jenny McGee, Registered Psychologist,  Bangalow, NSW

Brendan Mooney, Registered Psychologist BPsySci (Hons) AmusA, Lismore, NSW

Jemma Moses, Registered Psychologist, Alstonville, NSW 

Dr Danielle PireraHarmony in Movement, Re-Connect Exercise, BBiomedSci, BExSci (Hons), PhD Ex Phys, Exercise Physiologist, Goonellabah NSW

Caroline Raphael, Registered Psychologist, Innermost Counselling and Unified Psychology, Universal Medicine clinic Goonellabah, The Health Lodge, Byron Bay NSW

Emily Rutherford, Psychologist, Fabic Behavioural/Unimed Brisbane, Carrara, Fairfield, Qld

Dr Michael Serafin, B.Pharm (Hon) Ph.D, Pharmacist, Complementary Compounding Services, Ballina, NSW – struck off pharmacy register 2022

Nursing & midwifery 

Bianca Barban, RN, Living Stillness, Doncaster & Viewbank, Vic.

Shushila Boswell – Clinical midwifery educator, NSW Health, South Western Sydney Local Health District, Sydney

Jo Bridges RN, Brisbane

Johanne Brown RN, Perth – Esoteric chakra-puncture etc. 

Matthew Brown RN, Perth – chakra-puncture etc.

Core Care Consultancy – Johanne & Matthew Brown, & Elizabeth Dolan – Esoteric preventative health consultancy.

Elizabeth Dolan RN, Lismore, Esoteric Breast Massager, palliative care nurse, Lismore Base Hospital

Shannon Everest, Esoteric Breast Massage, midwife, Deeply Nurturing, Byron Bay, Ballina

Inkah Fischer, RN, Southern Cross University, Lismore

Sharon Gavioli, RN, Childbirth Educator, Brisbane

Cherise Holt, EN, Brisbane

Narelle Kelly, Mental Health Nurse, Northern Rivers NSW

Elizabeth Khalu, Living Therapies, including bogus Esoteric Chakra-puncture, Caloundra, Qld 

Felicity Latchford, midwife, ACT

Jeanette McDonald RN palliative care nurse, Te Miro Cambridge, Waikato, New Zealand

Kate Robson, midwife, Melbourne

Jennifer Smith, RN, Maclean NSW

Fiona Lotherington, Lismore NSW Esoteric Chakra-puncture etc.

Susan Walker, RN

Complementary Medicine

LeeAnn Bailey, Chakra-puncture (ex acupuncturist), Maudsland, Qld

Annette Baker, Relationship Counsellor, Vaucluse, NSW

Gabrielle Caplice, Relationship Counsellor, Vaucluse, NSW

Henrietta Chang, L’Alchimiste, Naturopath, esoteric nonsense, Ballina NSW

Tanya Curtis, BHlthSci, Behaviour Practitioner, Counsellor, Fabic Behaviour Specialists, Carrara and Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld 

Gayle Cue, Goonellabah, NSW

Jenny Ellis, ND, Naturopath, Adv Dip Acu – (ex-acupuncturist), chakra-puncture, Esoteric Breast Massage, UniMed Brisbane, Qld 

Judy Felix, counsellor, esoteric healing nonsense, Ocean Shores NSW

Julie Ferguson, Esoteric Practitioner and Behavioural Counsellor, Fabic and Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld 

Stacey Francis, Naturopath, Brisbane, Qld

Jean Gamble, Psychotherapist, Seaforth, NSW and Soulfit exercise & fitness classes with Esoteric practitioner and NSW Health employee, Stephen Gammack

Jessica Hallock nee Gamble, Esoteric Breast Massage, Richmond Hill, NSW

Sara Harris, former Chinese Medicine Practitioner now practicing bogus chakra-puncture, Living Stillness, Caulfield North, Melbourne. The Girl To Woman Project – pseudo feminist front group promoting sexist stereotypes and body negative programming. Follow Your Flow menstruation focussed counselling without disclosure of UM connections. 

Robyn Jones, BSc, Counsellor, Goonellabah, Richmond Hill

Shelley Jones, Glen Iris, Vic

Sue Kira, Naturopath, Elanora, Gold Coast, advertises chakra puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or registration

Casey Lee Lyons, Live Love Nourish, Chakra-puncturist, ex acupuncturist, Brisbane

Kate Mahoney, Speech Therapist, Fabic Behaviour Specialists, Carrara and Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld

Steffen Messerschmidt, Naturopath, Chakra-puncturist, Total Health From Inside Out, Universal Medicine clinic Goonellabah NSW, UniMed Brisbane clinic, Fairfield Qld, Palm Beach Qld, Ocean Shores NSW, – Calls himself Dr. He is not a registered health professional.  

Cindy Morris, Naturopath, Esoteric Breast Massage, Brisbane and Broadbeach Waters, Qld

Monya Murch, Psychotherapy, esoteric healing, Adelaide, SA

Rebecca Poole, Chakra-Puncturist, ex acupuncturist, ‘motivational speaker’, self-styled personal development guru, Medicinal Healing, Health Healing Life, Wavell Heights, Brisbane

Gemma Rubina, former registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Melbourne.

Penny Scheenhouwer, Chakra-puncturist, non AHPRA registered Acupuncturist, Brisbane

Zoe Sherrin, Naturopath, Lismore 

Annie Tran, Occupational Therapist, Fabic, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield Qld 

Elizabeth Trenear, Naturopath, Esoteric Woo, Fremantle/Cockburn, WA

Susan Walker, Southport, Qld

Darren Walsh/Inner-Healthcare, AHPRA Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Melbourne and Moonee Ponds – uses the title of Dr (doctor) but holds no doctorates

Kelly Ward, Foundational Care, Orange, NSW with Brooke Lo Giudice

Social Work

Helen Giles, social worker, Queensland Health, Townsville

Martin Gladman, counselling sexologist, Woodend, Victoria

Karoline Pearson (formerly Schleiffelder), social worker NSW FACS, Lismore

Madeleine Power, counselling, Melbourne

Esoteric Healing Practitioners with no formal therapy qualifications

(Includes practitioners of Esoteric Chakra Puncture, Esoteric Massage, Esoteric Healing, Esoteric Breast Massage, Esoteric Uterus Massage, Esoteric Ovarian Massage, Ovarian ‘Reading’, Esoteric Connective Tissue Therapy, Esoteric Craniosacral Therapy, Esoteric Yoga, Esoteric Counselling, Esoteric anything else unqualified ‘healers’ invent to get money out of vulnerable people and invade their privacy.)

Esther Auf Der Maur, Goonellabah, NSW

Ruth Anderssen, Ballina, NSW

Lucie Barlow, Byron Bay, NSW

Rosie Bason, Byron Bay Mobile Massage, NSW

Emmalee Benhayon, Goonellabah

Curtis Benhayon, Esoteric Uterus Massage, Goonellabah

Michael Benhayon, Goonellabah, proprietor with wife, Emmalee Benhayon of Glorious Music 

Natalie Benhayon, Goonellabah, proprietor of Esoteric Women’s Health which markets the abusive practices of Esoteric Breast, Ovary and Uterus Massage. Markets ‘Our Cycles’ menstrual cycle app to men. Women in Livingness Magazine, Wellbeing for Women, Girl to Woman Festival, Sacred Movement.  Company director of Universal Medicine Pty Ltd, Esoteric Practitioners Association Pty Ltd and the College of Universal Medicine registered charity. 

Serge Benhayon, self appointed messiah, Goonellabah, Australia

Simone Benhayon, Ascended Master, Proprietor of Creative Aquatic Swim School and Esoteric Water Healing on Sound Foundation premises, Frome, UK. Company Director of Universal Medicine UK and EPA UK Europe, Trustee of UM’s UK charity The Sound Foundation, Frome, UK

Anne Bennier, Byron Bay, NSW

Carmel Blann, Trinity Park, Cairns, Qld 

Michelle Borg, Richmond, Mackay, Qld

Joanne Bridges, Medicinal Healing, Wavell Heights, Qld

Johanne Brown, Nedlands, WA

Matthew Brown, Subiaco, WA

Kathy Byrne, Brisbane, Qld

Peter Campbell, Welcome Bay, Tauranga, NZ

Giselle Cant, Goonellabah, NSW

Giselle Cavanagh, Coopers Plains, Qld

Denise Cavanough, Living Expression, Brisbane, Qld

Julie Chung, Ferntree Gully, Victoria

Francisco Clara, Goonellabah NSW, Unimed Brisbane, Qld, Melbourne, Vic

Alison Coleman, Bondi Junction & Balmain, NSW

Marika Cominos, Newport, Melbourne, Vic

Rick Connors, Viewbank, Vic

Terri-Anne Connors, Viewbank, Vic

Gabrielle Conrad, Esoteric Breast Massage, Goonengerry, NSW

Andrew Cooper, Nerang, Qld

Jeffrey Cox, Palm Beach, Qld

Michelle Crowe, The Wellbeing Sphere, Palm Beach, Qld

Gayle Cue, Goonellabah, NSW

Lucy Dahill, Gentle Rhythms, practicing chakrapuncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Turramurra, Warrawee, Sydney 

Sandra Dallimore, Carrara, Gold Coast, Qld

Emma Danchin, massage, practicing chakrapuncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Alstonville, NSW 

Desiree Delaloye, Alstonville, NSW

Yolande Dorward, Moranbah, Qld 

Anna Douglass, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld

Sherryl Evans, Cairns, Qld

Judy Felix, Carrara, Gold Coast, Qld

Julie and Kathryn Fortuna, zero qualifications personal development ‘Love Camp‘, including Love Camp Kids, and Love Camp LGBTQIA++, Woodend, Victoria

Johanna Fredericks, Esoteric Chakra-Puncture, WA

Gail Fuller, Esoteric Breast Massage, Byron Bay

Sheryl Gee, Cairns, Qld 

Sheri Gompelman, lovebeautysheri.com, Brisbane, Mt Cotton, Qld

Jennene Greenall, Camp Hill, Qld

Alison Greig, UM ‘Facts’ Team, director, College of UM charity, UM spokesperson, Goonellabah NSW and Brisbane Qld

Linda Goggan, Sacred Body, Montville, Qld 

Greg Hall, True North Services, Richmond Hill, NSW

Lisa Hansberry, Myocum, NSW

Deborah Hansen, Bendigo, Kangaroo Flat, Vic

Donna Harris, Roma, Maranoa Region, Qld

Colleen Hensey, Beaudesert, Qld

Roberta Himing, Worongary, Qld

Belinda Jane Hodgson, practicing chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Coolangatta, Qld

Mary Holmes, Cairns, Qld 

Kylie Clara (nee Jackson), Goonellabah, NSW

Jenny James, McLeans Ridges, NSW

Laurene Jeffery, Buderim, Qld

Teneille Johnston, Blackrock, Vic

Karina Kaiser, Byron Bay, NSW

Susanne Kaiser, Ocean Shores, NSW

Jasna Kim, unqualified wife of Dr Samuel Kim, receives referrals from him for Esoteric Lung Massage, Spring Hill, Brisbane and Goonellabah

Monika Korb, practicing chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Gold Coast

Claire Lamicela, Essendon, Melbourne, Vic

Yasmin Lang, Massage, Ballina, NSW and True Universal Care with Kerrie Cox

Peta Lehane, Goomboorian, Qld

Nicola (Nicky) Lessing, Unimed Living company secretary, Goonellabah NSW

Joel Levin, Yokine, WA

Victoria Lister, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld

Brooke Lo Giudice, Orange, NSW

Chan Ly, Murwillumbah NSW, Gold Coast Qld

Kerry Lyons, Innermost Health, New Farm, Brisbane

Margaret Lyons, Cairns

Vanessa McComb, True Living NZ, New Zealand

Deborah McKay, East Ballina, NSW

Deborah McInnes, practicing chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Brisbane, made false defamation complaint to Google

Alison Mooney, Goonellabah, NSW

Ariel Muntelwit, Worongary, Qld

Mary Louise Myers, Esoteric Breast Massage trainer and co-ordinator, Goonellabah

Sandra Newland, Wollongbar, NSW

Katerina Nikolaidis, Melbourne, Vic

Donna Nolan, yogaandhealing.com.au Balmain, Dalwood, NSW

Serryn O’Regan, Esoteric Breast Massager and lawyer, Universal Medicine Pty Ltd company secretary, Esoteric Practitioners Association company secretary, College of Universal Medicine (charity) Chairperson, Evolve College General Counsel, was advertising chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or accredition, Goonellabah, NSW

Marcia Owen, Living Medicine, Camp Hill, Qld

Alison Pearson, Sydney

Alexandra Plane, yogaandhealing.com.au and The Wellbeing Sphere, Balmain, Sydney

Heather Pope, Esoteric Breast Massage, Goonellabah, NSW

Madeleine Power, Bundoora, Vic (with Antoinette Bua)

Susan Pryor, North Mackay, Qld

Nicole Randolph, Murwillumbah, NSW 

Loretta Rappos, Glen Iris, Vic

Carmel Reid, counselling, Goonellabah

Courtney Rijsdijk, Chakra-puncture, Health Healing Life, Wavell Heights, Brisbane

Joyce Ruben, Yokine, WA

Anne Scott, Glorious Body, bogus chakra-puncture, Kohimaramara, Auckland, NZ

Vicky Scott (nee Geary), Goonellabah, NSW

Susan Scully, Esoteric accounting, Unimed Brisbane, Fairfield Qld

Nicole Serafin, advertising chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration. Claims to be a dietitian but is not registered. Claims to be a nutritionist but is not accredited, McLeans Ridges, NSW

Ann Serin, Brisbane, Qld

Michelle Sheldrake, Masters in Psychology, Brisbane

Debra Simpson, North Ocean Shores NSW

Nicole Sjardin, North Perth, WA

Joanne Smith, Forestdale, Qld

Johanna Smith, Perth, WA

Anita Stanfield, marriage celebrant, Brisbane

Alexis Stewart, healinginyoga.com.au, Balmain, NSW

Leigh Strack, Eungella, Qld

Lyndy Summerhaze, Brooklet, Crabbes Creek, NSW 

Elizabeth Trenear, Fremantle/Cockburn, WA

Deanne Voysey, advertising chakra-puncture with no acupuncture qualifications or AHPRA registration, Lilyfield, Sydney

Simon Voysey, BHMEd, advertising chakrapuncture with no acupuncture qualifications of AHPRA registration, Lilyfield, Sydney 

Robyn Walker, Gold Coast, Qld

Katie Walls, Esoteric Breast Massage, Dalwood, NSW

Rachel Walsh, Avondale Heights, Vic

Victoria Warburton, Pottsville, NSW

Lisa Welsh, Kenmore, Brisbane

Susan Wilson, Albury Wodonga, NSW

Other Promoters of Universal Medicine

Rebecca Asquith (Baldwin) Emanation Media websites & media presentations. Administrator of Universal Medicine propaganda blogs – no critical comments or questions allowed. Real Media Real Change team member. Member of UM Facts Team producing defamatory attack sites targeting official complainants, journalists and critics. Has made numerous complaints to blog host, WordPress, demanding they close my blogs. Accuses me of stalking and criminality for criticizing her public promotion of UM. Presents herself at youth sexual health conferences as a role model and expert on cyber-bullying without disclosing her UM backing.

Belle Central Cafe, Ray and Sarah Karam, Ballina, NSW

Belle General Cafe, Kyla Plummer, Shelly Beach, Ballina NSW

Bridging Foods Cookbook, cult cookbook encouraging disordered eating, authored by Sally Scott and Nicole Sjardin 

Deborah Benhayon, Serge Benhayon’s first wife, UM Chief Financial Officer

Hamish Broome, Richmond Valley Council. Ex-Northern Star reporter and Real Media Real Change team member, sought contact details and other information from UM cult victims under a pretence of journalistic reporting and failed to disclose his connection to UM. Passed the information to the cult. Spouse of Real Media Real Change Proprietor, Sarah Davis.

Sarah M. CloutierHuffPost blogger on diet – and pushing non nutritionally based Esoteric diet on her own blogs Heal Yourself with Food (aka kill yourself with no food) and responsible for petition to the stop the abuse of women in/by the media but NOT by the UM cult. 

Co-Creative Audio Visual – Rebecca Asquith, Simon Asquith, Jonathan Baldwin, Heidi Baldwin, Clayton Lloyd, Dean Pirera, Joel Levin, Curtis Benhayon, Desiree Delaloye, Sarah Davis, bent journalist Hamish Broome The Co-Creative are at pains to point out they trying to shake off any public association with their Universal Medicine cult associates, and made a rare attempt to communicate with this site, with a bonus spray of ad hominem invective, to demand I remove the names struck through above. They are still promoting and or working for the cult, as are the others. The archived staff page.

College of Universal Medicine – UM’s dodgy Australian charity, ran into trouble with Australian Tax Office and Charities Commission and had its deductible gift recipient endorsement revoked.

Connect Education & Training, Goonellabah, includes ‘True Beauty Project’ imparting perverse Benhayon sexism to juvenile girls. Vicky Geary and Marcia Owen, formerly Activ Living Australia, federally funded and North Coast TAFE youth education and development program. 

Fabic Behaviour Management, pushing esoteric nonsense via NDIS, owned by Benhayon supporter Tanya Curtis, and staffed by UM adherents, Kathryn Maroney, Sarah Broome, Emily Rutherford, Annie Tran, Julie Ferguson, Carrara, Fairfield, Qld, Lismore NSW

Design Arts by Desiree Delaloye. Ms Delaloye is Serge Benhayon’s long term personal assistant, business partner with Benhayon in Universal Healing Symbols, and with Miranda Benhayon in Featherlight Productions. She is a director of the College of Universal Medicine charity. Made false copyright complaints to WordPress in an attempt at censorship. Has demanded I remove all reference to her connection with UM from my blogs. 

Esoteric Practitioners Association – Universal Medicine’s sham accreditation body. Takes money from Esoteric students in exchange for their adherence to the EPA code of conduct. Benhayon and cult hierarchy routinely breach their own code.

Esoteric Women’s Health Pty Ltd – Natalie Benhayon’s body negative enterprise promoting abusive womens health practices and sexist stereotypes – produces Our Cycles App – Period and Full Moon Diary marketed to men.

Fiery Building Fund – Defunct College of Universal Medicine building fund – shut down when ATO began investigating

Flawless Imaging photography and design – Clayton Lloyd, Goonellabah made false copyright infringement complaint to blog host, WordPress. 

Kate Gamble, Search Engine Optimization Advisor/UM Website Manager/Director at Bruce Clay Australia, Pty Ltd

Neil Gamble, Chartered Accountant, Financial Advisor, Cash for Comment, Director of Benhayon owned Unimed Living Pty Ltd. 

Glorious Music UM cult music produced by Benhayon family (non cult music is not energetically correct and causes disease).

Carmin Hall, Light Behavioural Optometry, Kenmore, Qld

Instil skin care, Jody Wood, Mornington Peninsula, Vic

Chris James, Sounds Wonderful, Performer, voice teacher, co-composer of UM cult music (non cult music is not energetically correct and causes disease), does presentations and courses in schools for  pupils and teachers, Goonellabah. Business partner of Serge Benhayon, founding trustee of the Sound Foundation charity, UK. Provides continuing professional education to Australian health professionals via True Sound & Expression Inc. NA0062168E

Associate Professor Rachel Lynwood, Southern Cross University, Lismore

Rachael Kane, Connected Voice, Singing Lessons and esoteric nonsense, Melbourne, Vic

Victoria Lister, Non Profit Assist, Non Profit Explore, Not for profit consultant, Hummingbird Pie glorious gussets

Nourish All of You shop, Ray Karam, Ballina.  

Neive O’Donoghue, solicitor, Kenmore Mediation and Legal Centre, Queensland

Portraits with Soul, Kosta Konstantinou and Kathryn Adams-Fortuna, Park Street Health, South Melbourne

Christoph Schnelle & Nicola Lessing, In Your Interest Financial Planning, Financial Advisor, Insurance Broker, Burringbar

Susan Scully, accountant, business consultant, UniMed Brisbane, Fairfield, Qld – business partner of Serge Benhayon

Juzzie Smith, musician

Sunlight Ink Publishing – Desiree Delaloye and Tanya Curtis, publishing children’s books

Kristy Wood, Kids in Connection, Education consultancy – teacher development, classroom workshops. Held workshop at Goonellabah YWCA at the time YWCA was dishing federal funding to the UniMed cult. 

69 Comments on “UniMed Cult Cartel – Naming Names – Australia NZ”

  1. marie condon says:

    over the past 12months I have had the great benefit of chakra puncture and other gentle treatments from Universal medicine practitioners.
    they are the most effective treatments one could try because they work on all levels. My health has improved greatly and I am learning to take much better care of myself. I have never observed one practitioner to be anything but caring and professional. I don’t get what this site is about, There is nothing to complain about.m

    • Darkly Venus says:

      Hi Marie,

      Thanks for commenting. You may notice there are no other comments from Esoteric practitioners or customers, so thank you for taking the trouble.

      We hear a lot about positive experiences like yours from UM customers on the UM blogs, but unfortunately none of those customers/practitioners are willing to answer our questions.

      I don’t expect you to answer questions about your medical history here, but I question those health benefits you attest to. For me to be convinced of UM modality’s efficacy I’d like to know what signs and symptoms have improved, how much they improved, and how much treatment you paid for to achieve what you say is an improvement in your health. Then I’d compare that to competing modalities and look at whether you could have experienced more or better improvement with less treatment, less financial investment and without indoctrination.

      We have a serious problem with the toxic indoctrination that comes with Eso therapies. Esoteric ideology is anti-family, portrays the human body as nothing more than a repository for negative energy, is sexist, encourages disordered eating, is denying of basic human attributes such as emotion and glorifies death. Etcetera.

      I’ve heard countless stories of serious deterioration among UM customers in terms of health, finances, relationships and psychological states. Many of our readers will be upset by your testimony when they are witnessing their loved ones deteriorate before their eyes. They have not been allowed to discuss negative experiences of UM or make comments or criticisms on the UM sites.

      The other concern is that you can visit this site and not get what it is about or what there is to complain about – when it’s spelled out very clearly, with evidence. Either you haven’t read much here or on the Universal Medicine Accountability blog or you have a problem with cognitive dissonance.

      What you’re saying is that you don’t have a problem with inappropriate touching, over servicing, deceptive advertising, attempts by the UM hierarchy to silence criticism and questions, including with false legal complaints, harassment of critics, professional misconduct, young girls staying unaccompanied at Serge Benhayon’s home, glorification of death etc.

      Let us know if you’d like to answer some more specific questions about your Esoteric experience. We might start with how much you’ve donated to the UM charities so far?

    • Cherie Williams says:

      They operate a predatory cult

  2. North Shore Mums says:

    Someone’s been drilled with the Esoteric Truth®

  3. Lighthouse LOL says:

    Lighthouse UK hospitality from Janet Williams.

    “she did however show us to a room in the stable block and I provided her with a copy of our confirmation which clearly said we had two dogs. Shortly after this the owner Janet Williams arrived and said the dogs could not stay in the room, she became quite hysterical and wanted us to lock our dogs in a kitchen in another building for the night or make them sleep in the car which we refused, she had made us feel so uncomfortable I said that if she could find us suitable alternative accommodation we would leave. She could not find anything and calmed down slightly and said as our dogs had already contaminated her room we could stay. Unsurprisingly we only stayed the one night and returned home after the dog show preferring a long drive home rather than stay in such an unwelcoming environment. Pet owners beware.”

    Stayed May 2014″


    “As someone who has travelled the world and been welcomed by Buddhist, Taoist and Ayurvedic hosts, I find it hysterical that a small cafe in rural Somerset can choose to display such awful customer service and hide behind some partially understood values which, at there core, demand tolerance, inclusiveness and warmth. Your menu can serve anything you choose to display, but if the core values are missing, you have little to hide behind. I am disappointed by the lack of understanding in their own core values and the prejudice to those with children. The owners may find that the path to true enlightenment is not artisan teas and coconut milk rather a smile, a welcoming word and someone to take your order.”

    Stayed May 2014, travelled with family


  4. Big Ears says:

    You can add Simone Ellis and her business Soulique to your list.
    She is advertising Fashion Design classes for PRIMARY School Students.
    This means that girls under 12 are being encouraged to ’embrace yourself’!

  5. FYI says:

    Vanessa McComb is coming to Fabic to join our administration team and embrace her role of Event’s Manager. Vanessa’s practice ground of organising Tanya’s recent New Zealand trip was a great benchmark of what is to come.

    If you would like a Fabic event near you, you can contact Vanessa direct on vanessa@****.com.au …

    Vanessa officially starts on the 9th June.

    Read more about Vanessa here:

  6. Big Ears says:

    True Sound and Expression Inc

    Chris James new recruiting front for Universal Medicine CULT organisation.

  7. anon says:

    Deep Water Point Cafe/ Canning River Cafe, Perth WA.
    Sally Scott, Lee Green
    Making money out of coffee that they are not to drink as Universal Medicine members.

  8. anon says:

    UM are promoting this ASPIE Girls And Women C-A-N: Celebrate, Appreciate & Nurture Free International Women’s Day Event for girls and women with Aspergers Syndrome.
    Jennene Greenall.


  9. Wigmore Arcade Ballina says:

    Ballina arcade’s $2 million transformation | Northern Star
    Apr 1, 2016 – Belle Central co-owner Kyla Baldwin said her team was ecstatic to have opened their first Ballina CBD cafe following the huge success of the …

  10. Dr Maxine Szramka selling to Nowra and Sydney says:



    You are under absolutely no obligation to follow your doctors ‘orders’
    Site full of Photos of UM followers

  11. PASH Conference says:

    PASH Conference early June – Evolving Media a supporter. Rebecca Asquith the reporter

    PASH 2016 is a FREE two day regional sexual health conference enabling young people aged 15 and over to build their confidence, skills, resilience and …

  12. FYI says:

    Natasha Ragen – Natasha Ragen – Counselling and Esoteric Healing
    Natasha Ragen is available for private sessions supporting with Counselling and Esoteric Healing. Contact Natasha to find out more or to book a session.

  13. Mooney and Davidson says:

    5 Ways to great skin and they are free! | North Cornwall Physiotherapy | Wadebridge
    There are so many ‘myths’ and ‘rules’ about looking after our skin, but lets get back to basics. Our skin reflects our health and well-being. Is our complexion …

  14. RJM says:

    Apparently affiliated.
    “We annually support the Girl to Woman Festival held in NSW that is a program run to help build girls self esteem and self worth.”

  15. 2DY says:

    Robyn Jones – Counselling & Healing Services and Yummy Delights Food Services

    Women’s Expression Workshop
    Public · Hosted by Robyn Jones – Counselling & Healing Services
    Monday, March 5 at 10 AM – 1:30 PM

    YWCA Hall 101A Rous Road, Goonellabah

  16. Anonymous says:

    Unitycare in Cologne (including Cologne-Bonn airport).
    Check “Treatments & Services” for UM affiliation.
    Director: Cathrin Ehrhardt

  17. Achtung! says:

    Practitioners on “UM in Germany” website:

    “Sing mit Nachbarn / Sing with neighbours” – Stefanie König, Bonn:

    • Speichellecker says:

      So, NL’s got a die hard followers group, too?! It seems, Australian upper rung members are almost treated like celebrities in a few European countries. Pathetic.

  18. Norwich UK says:

    “Sandra Henden has been a Practitioner of Universal Medicine Therapies for a number of years, is fully accredited by the Esoteric Practitioners Association and fully insured. She lives and works in Norfolk and has a keen interest in all aspects of health and wellbeing. She is also part of a team of volunteers who offer welling being events across East Anglia based on ‘Exploring Healthy Living’.”

    She also works at the University of East Anglia with access to all those students …..


  19. United Kingdom says:

    Angels Crystals (Norwich): https://donotlink.it/9Rom
    Many Universal Medicine affiliated courses at Angels Crystals.

    Beverly Bulmer (Attleborough, Norfolk): https://donotlink.it/mpKY

    Marion Hawes: https://donotlink.it/gmwj
    Organising Chris James’ workshops in Suffolk and a volunteer at primary school for the last 3 years.

    [If you put more than 2 links in a comment it will not be published until it passes moderation – hence the delay. Admin.]

  20. Rhonda says:

    Gosh what is happening to people or maybe it’s still more of the same people with strong views on religion , spirituality how the body works about healing etc . I have written a small book on healing and know that the body can heal itself because thats the way we were made but if i did get sick theres no way i would deny my body the healing benefit of massage or acupuncture etc sad to see so many confused people having to follow a cult most confused people are frightened people who simply don’t know how to love themselves on a deeper level no fear =no disease no bitterness = no disease etc etc etc and sad to say my granchildren live in Goonellabah hope they dont get too close to Universal Medicine and its leader

    [Thanks for your comment Rhonda. I removed your surname. I don’t allow people to use my blogs to advertise their products.Esther]

  21. Emilia Bruckner says:

    My family was destroyed by them. I almost lost my life.
    I am happy to expose what happened to me and my children

  22. Anonymous says:

    What a lot of losers, Australia has its own Rasputin..

    • Olga says:

      Very interesting. Thank you.

    • Semi Retired LOF says:

      “The potential of media is big – we can misuse it for self-interest or use it for the true development of each other. What do we communicate 24/7? As media creators, how do we contribute to the current media that has ‘normalised‘ child pornography, violence, and disregard? LDY is dedicated to work with the true potential and raise awareness of the misuse.”

      They’re still at. Where in the media has “child pornography” been “normalised”?? Not only the usual bullshit false dilemmas being ‘solved’ by Serge, but the usual focus on children. So wrong.

      As the masters of disregard of everyone else, the cultists should take a long hard look in the mirror and feel the absolute shame they have brought upon themselves with the long overdue and well-deserved media attention.

      Ship of fools.

  23. Allycn says:

    Looking back at cults like Hamilton Byrne’s The Family, Satyananda’s ashram and other sects that have been exposed, there’s a common theme. People working in job roles with a duty of care drinking the figurative kool aid of these brain washing groups. Whistle blowers and victims being ignored, minimised or targeted when exposing them. I hope police, government department workers and health workers are paying attention to these sorts of situations in future.

  24. Anonymous says:

    Is there any Clarence valley councillor associated

    • Esther Rockett says:

      Not that I know of. You can help yourselves to find out by googling any suspect’s names together with keywords like ‘Serge Benhayon’, ‘Esoteric’ that kind of thing, or asking the person if they have attended any UM events or have any financial affiliation with UM or its associates. I no longer have time to do this for people unpaid – I’m relying on public to help now.

  25. Anonymous says:

    Jane Keep running as Tory Party candidate : https://twitter.com/jane_keep?lang=en

  26. Ian Thomas says:

    Bruce Ramus

    • Anon says:

      I have heard that too, and he owns many public screens Federation and Prahran Square and Banjul Place. Not good.

      • Esther Rockett says:

        I see Bruce Ramus is associated with Esoteric warbler Tina Kopa. I don’t put followers on the Naming Names page unless there’s evidence they’re promoting UM publicly or in their workplace… The idea is to tackle recruiters not just out followers. If you have any links to him doing that drop them here or in the contact form. Ta.

        Here he is by the way. First shot, onstage with the guru and colleagues Ben Hurt, Rachel Kane, Catherine Wood, Tina Kopa, plus brainless Melbourne psychologist Cynthia Hickman.

  27. Lady says:

    Jo Frare once a psychologist at Lismore base and an active member of UniMed (appearing in UniMed videos) was also a prolific drug taker (the idea was that she HAD been a heroin addict when she was younger and had evolved into a stronger and more experienced, centred and sober individual…and a knowing and understanding practitioner. This presentation was entirely untrue, Jo was an ice user, who also assaulted her partner physically on numerous occasions which are a matter of record with the police and ultimately saw her appear in court in 2018.

    • Lies, lies and more lies. says:

      Yet more reinvention of history by the UM flock. I guess when Sergio is your leader, with his checkered past reimagined as it is, it’s only natural that the faithful feel it’s ok today revise their own history themselves.

      Whatever next? Claims that the dirge of Glorious music has actual won a Grammy? Or Nat Benhayon’s tv show (remember that shit?) won an Emmy.

      The truth is always a fantasy with UM.

  28. Klaus says:

    Updated website of the UM clinic in Cologne: https://www.heilpraxis.koeln/

  29. Ever watchful says:

    All Pics Umer’s!

  30. RHW says:

    Porsche numbers are increasing in the Richmond Hill area.
    Looks like Audi have been dropped since the channel 7 program.
    Or is it just to give the underlings something higher to aim for.

  31. RHW says:

    Also think I have seen “The One” driving a Nissan ute (incognito….what a come down).

    • Anonymous says:

      lol, come down for sure – and a long way to fall yet. once he’s penniless, barefoot and homeless then we’ll know he’s where he’s meant to be. sliding around with the snakes and all the other scum in the dirt.

  32. RHW says:

    Apparently one is running an airbnb in Richmond Hill (free on street parking). Do you get a breast massage with every booking?

  33. Cherie Williams says:

    There are several RN’s and other practitioners working in Lismore and surrounds , that are not listed

  34. Cherie Williams says:

    Thank you Esther , UM is endemic in NNSWLHD, particularly in the most vulnerable and disadvantaged populations of society, if they are involved in a cult – it should be disclosed on their registration and websites , informed consent of cult associations should be discussed prior to any treatment for any purpose public or private and particularly the UM members who work for Employee Assistance Program for NNSWLHD

  35. Anonymous says:

    My sister and niece are on this list and makes me so sad that two intelligent women have handed over their brains to Serge and UniMed.

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