About Margaret Lambert

Margaret Lambert is a registered psychologist, author and speaker. Her first book, Longing to Live: Journey with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, published in 2013, received an Honourable Mention in the London Book Festival. Her second book, Longing to Live Mindfully: Little Words that make a Difference, released in 2016 is raising funds for ChildFund Australia, helping to reduce poverty for children in developing countries.

Margaret is a regular writer for the South West Voice newspaper with focus on health and wellbeing. Margaret’s writing underscores her belief in the interflow of the body, mind and spirit, and the importance of healing and nurturing each aspect of ourselves in order to achieve optimum health and wellbeing and to come closer to reaching our potential.

As a speaker, Margaret has presented at conferences both in Australia and overseas and has been guest speaker to a variety of audiences.

Margaret is currently scheduling speaking engagements for 2017 and can be contacted Here.

Born and raised in Kiama, New South Wales, Margaret has lived most of her life in the Northern Territory, working and living in remote communities and in Darwin. Her personal struggles and illness with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) / Fibromyalgia (FM) have led to Margaret’s interest in energy therapies and Energy Psychology.

In 2004, Margaret established her psychology and counselling practice, Connect Counselling Services in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Margaret is a Registered Supervisor for mental health professionals and an Advanced Practitioner of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) or Tapping. She has studied with Gary Craig, the founder of EFT in Chicago, along with Dr Mercola, Dr Carol Look and Dr Susan Lee Smith with focus on: “EFT and Serious Diseases”. She has also studied EFT with David Lake and Steve Wells in Sydney. In addition to Psychology, Margaret is qualified in Education and Library & Information Science and has been an educator across all levels from pre-school through to university.


Margaret is a Professional Member of the following groups:

  • Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
  • Australian Counselling Association
  • College of Supervisors ACA
  • College of Grief and Loss ACA
  • Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology
  • Arafura Mental Health Professionals Network
  • Lifeline