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Guidelight History

Guidelight Pty Ltd is a Gold Coast based firm established in 1994.  While our Head Office remains in the Brisbane/Gold Coast region, we have established a network of business operations throughout Australia.

Our Guidelight Psychology team are Mental & Physical health experts who are specialists in the human aspects of work and organizational life refer our website www.guidelight.com.au.  We provide appropriate and effective solutions for our clients to meet their specific needs.  At all levels we strive to deliver a high quality level of service that helps to build a healthier workplace.

The Development of the “Creating Healthier Workplaces” Program

When Peter Doyle (www.guidelight.com.au)  started his own health and wellness journey in January 2013 he simply thought he was going to lose weight and get a little fitter.  Whilst undertaking a training program with the experienced personal trainer Nikki Wakerley  he discovered so much more including the desire to share his insights, and personal training and coaching ideas to help others.

Merging  corporate experience with health and wellbeing insights, we have created an exceptional program to assist business owners, proprietors and managers to get so much more out of their own lives as well as making their work environments healthier, more appealing to employees and more conducive to higher level thinking and productivity.

Meet the Foundation Team of “Creating Healthier Workplaces”


Peter Doyle, Founder of Creating Healthier Workplaces

Peter Doyle, Founder of Creating Healthier Workplaces


Peter Doyle is an experienced psychologist and executive coach providing mindful leadership training . His professional and academic background in applied motivational and attitudinal performance development of people and workplace groups has been established for more than twenty five years. Peter has extensive experience in Psychology, in the public and private sectors. His psychological expertise is complemented by a solid understanding of business practices and appreciation of various workplace demands, structures and expectations. Peter has the additional practical expertise of having built several businesses from the conceptual level to profitable enterprises, with the ability to educate his clients to utilise advanced positive psychology approaches to achieve extraordinary lifestyle results.





The role of the food that we eat, as a factor in our mental and physical wellbeing both as individuals and in the workplace, cannot be underestimated. So we are pleased to have Nutritionist Dianne Doyle as part of our Creating Healthier Workplaces team. Dianne’s enthusiasm for food which nourishes both body and soul led her to create Dolce Organico, a line of vegan meringues which are a guilt-free treat suitable for just about anybody – they are organic, gluten free, dairy free, egg free, plant based, and have only 1 teaspoon of raw sugar per three meringues!





Naoko is a registered psychologist with a special interest in issues related to marital conflict, marital discontent after childbirth, work life balance, dealing with changes, stress, anxiety and depression. She has worked with and supported many individuals and couples to resolve stress and conflict issues.

Noako has highly developed skills and expertise in supporting individuals and couples to accommodate and revitalize their resilience and self actualization, and is experienced in assisting with:

  • Couple relationship conflict and communication issues;
  • Work related challenges and work-life balance techniques;
  • Dealing with change;
  • Advanced stress management techniques and solutions;
  • Effective tools/strategies for dealing with anxiety or depression.

Naoko works from a Gottman Institute Couple Counselling approach, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and Brief Psychotherapy, and has earned an extensive range of university qualifications including:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Griffith University;
  • Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science from Bond University;
  • Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from IUHW in Tokyo;
  • Currently a PhD candidate with IUHW.

Naoko’s professional memberships include registration with the APA (American Psychology Association) and The Association of Japanese Clinical Psychology. Since 2015 has been a director of Kokoro Centre in Tokyo focusing on providing a healing and educational environment for corporates, individual and couple clients.