Michelle Palmer
Clinical Hypnotherapist, NLP Practitioner and Singer

Previous elections:
- March 2023, Legislative Assembly for Blue Mountains, NSW State Election
- May 2022, NSW House of Representatives, Macquarie
Michelle spent her early childhood in the inner western suburb of Ashfield. At the age of 10, she moved with her mother and younger sister to Mt Druitt where she continued her schooling. From very early on, Michelle was outspoken and fearless when standing up for herself and others. Her passion for truth and justice has been a driving force in her life. She has been a voice for the voiceless, a protector of the unprotected and a fighter for those less fortunate, even if this meant being ostracised or unpopular. 
Michelle left home at 16 and moved to the Gulf of Carpentaria where she worked as a pool supervisor and cleaner. She later returned to Sydney and secured a role with MSS Security as a conflict resolution officer for six years. This position appealed to Michelle's innate ability to negotiate positive outcomes in threatening situations in the field.
Her subsequent roles included customer service advisor, apprentice mechanic, elevated work platform trainer, disability support worker and carer, cranes contract maintenance executive and 26 years in the health industry promoting quality nutritional supplements.
Not only is Michelle passionate about human rights, she is also extremely passionate about health and believes a healthy mind is paramount for a healthy body. In 2018 she graduated with a Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy and also attained certification in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), which eventuated in opening her Aroma Touch and Hypnotherapy Clinic in January 2019 in the Kangaroo Valley.  Michelle continued to promote good health through good food choices, supplementation where necessary and the art of mindfulness and conscious choice, successfully helping her clients by using hypnotherapy and NLP.
Michelle’s strength, tenacity and passion for seeking the truth and standing up for people’s rights stemmed from her early childhood experiences and these qualities have helped her to withstand some very difficult events in her adult life.
After the loss of her home in the January 2020 bushfires and the inevitable closing of her clinic two months later due to the unjust COVID lockdowns, Michelle suddenly found herself alone and misplaced. This forced her into deep self- reflection and highlighted the importance of transforming extremely challenging times into opportunities to gain insights as to how best to navigate one’s life journey. It also led her to realise how absolutely necessary it is for the choices we make to be our own and nobody else’s.
When Michelle finally settled down in her new home in the Blue Mountains, she was about to embark on a very different career as a singer, but on the night before her debut performance, a COVID lockdown was again enforced, which then triggered her to investigate the validity of government actions.
Michelle’s major concern is that the COVID vaccines are experimental and that the trials are conducted solely by the vaccine manufacturers themselves, not by independent and unbiased organisations. She is also concerned about the psychological and economic damage caused by mandates and lockdowns. Every Australian should have the right to choose how they want to protect themselves – NOT be coerced into medical experiments, nor become casualties of business management decisions made as a result of government pressure.
Authorised by M. O'Neill, The Informed Medical Options Party, 1755 Nulla Nulla Creek Rd, Bellbrook NSW 2440
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