Juliana is a Clinical Psychologist who has a passion for working with children and adolescents in their educational environment, along with couples and families experiencing relationship difficulties. Juliana has had experience working in schools, private practice and a community setting. Juliana has completed a specialist course in couples therapy and incorporates a family systems approach in her work with young people. Juliana uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, ACT, Mindfulness and relaxation techniques in her intervention with young people. Juliana has experience working with young people and adults who present with depression, anxiety, self-harming behaviours, relationship, family and friendship struggles. Juliana is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is also a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS).
Carl is a Clinical Psychologist who has also trained in the area of human bio-science. Carl uses a holistic approach to comprehensively address the many aspects of a person’s life which can undermine their resilience and sense of well-being. Carl’s experience is broad and informed by work across the lifespan, including children and adolescents in school and private clinic settings, as well as more specialised cross-cultural work with adults who have experienced war and refugee trauma. Carl uses both traditional and contemporary psychotherapies, in conjunction with current psycho-physiological perspectives, to empower clients with a broader understanding of their symptoms and problems, which they can then better manage using specific collaboratively developed intervention strategies. Carl has particular interest in the treatment of anxiety, panic, depression, PTSD, burnout, anger management, sleep disturbance, fatigue, as well as drug and alcohol problems. In addition, Carl also has an interest in the clinical assessment and early supportive intervention of learning and behavioural difficulties in young people, as well as issues involving self harm, suicidal ideation and grief work. Appointments available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
Rebecca is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked in private practice and education settings providing clinical assessments and therapy for a range of different presentations including mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, eating disorders, family and relationship difficulties, personality disorders and childhood behavioural issues. She has experience working with children, adolescents and adults, and utilises a range of therapeutic models, including cognitive behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, dialectical behavioural therapy and schema therapy. Rebecca is passionate about providing individuals with a safe and compassionate space to reflect upon experiences and difficulties, learn about themselves, and working together to find helpful ways to enhance their well-being and mental health. Appointments available on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
Nav is a skilled and compassionate psychologist with extensive experience in diverse settings. Nav is a Clinical Psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). He provides effective therapeutic support to adults and couples within the community. Nav has an empathetic and supportive therapeutic style, offering an integrative approach to therapy and working from a humanistic framework. He works collaboratively with his clients and encourages them to identify their strengths whilst they examine and compassionately reflect on their lives. Nav is passionate about assisting individuals to thrive and live a life guided by their highest values. He has a keen interest working with presentations such as trauma, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, sport/performance-related difficulties, marriage and relationship, and sexual abuse. Nav uses a diverse approach to practising evidence-based treatment modalities, tailored specifically to the client’s presenting issues and needs. He integrates features from a range of therapeutic approaches into his sessions, including: acceptance and commitment (value-based) therapy, schema therapy, solution-focused therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, and cognitive behavioural interventions. Nav is deeply dedicated to supporting his clients to achieve their personal goals, improve their relationships with themselves and others, outlook on life and overall wellbeing. Appointments available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Nicole is a registered psychologist who has worked with adults and children across private practice, community health, school and tertiary institution settings. Nicole has a passion for working with client’s experiencing anxiety and depressive disorders, trauma, family violence, personality disorders, addictions and relationship issues She utilises a number of treatment approaches including Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, Humanistic interventions and Mentalization Based therapy.
Codie is a psychologist who is friendly and passionate about making a positive impact in people’s lives. He has worked with adolescents in schools and community health in addition to working with adults in private practice. Codie works with a wide range of issues including, but not limited to depression, anxiety, stress, interpersonal difficulties, self-esteem issues and emotional regulation difficulties. Codie approaches therapy in a respectful manner, believing that creating a safe and supportive environment for client’s is crucial for successful therapy. He aims to allow clients to feel comfortable and willing to take a cooperative role in therapy. Codie provides individual psychological therapy that is tailored to client’s needs and concerns. In addition, he has experience working with groups across a number of settings. He believes there is specific value in working with a group of individuals who have collectively experienced similar problems. He uses a variety of different evidenced based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness based approaches and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Mei is a registered psychologist with experience in the provision of individual and group therapy in clinics and educational settings. Mei works with children and adolescents using a combination of evidence-based therapies, with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as her guiding principles. She adopts a playful and fun approach to therapy. Mei has completed a Master of Educational and Developmental Psychology. Appointments available on Saturdays
Jamie is a registered Psychologist who has experience working with children and adolescents in community and educational settings. Jamie also enjoys working with adults and has previously worked in the corporate sector engaging with a broad range of workplace and mental health issues. Jamie focuses on building positive working relationships with clients using a supportive, respectful and empathetic manner based within a client centred approach. Jamie uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, ACT and mindfulness interventions/strategies within his client work. He is always open to feedback and has built an awareness of the challenges people can face when accessing support. Jamie is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).Contact us to make an appointment with Jamie
Bree is a kind and understanding Psychologist who adopts a warm and empathic approach to therapy. She is passionate about promoting trust and comfort and encourages understanding and empowerment for the individuals that she works with. Bree has experience working in a school, private practice, medical inpatient wards, and in a community setting. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. She has worked with a range of presentations including depression, anxiety, stress, adjustment to illness, trauma, interpersonal difficulties, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bree utilises evidence-based interventions that are tailored to the individual’s needs. She has a collaborative and supportive therapeutic style and utilises Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Schema Therapy, and Mindfulness based therapy interventions. Bree is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).Appointments available on Tuesday’s and Friday’s.
Daniel is currently undertaking his 6th and final year of supervised training before becoming a fully registered Psychologist. Daniel has worked in the community clinic at the Institute for Social Neuroscience and contributed to the Oasis Student Welfare Program at Sunshine College. This program acts as a hands-on intervention aimed at re-engaging adolescents aged 12-15 who experience difficulty regulating their behaviour within the demands of mainstream school. Daniel has experience conducting cognitive and personality assessments with adults and children and employing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as the primary therapeutic model. Daniel has experience working with presentations of depression, anxiety, and family issues. Daniel holds provisional registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) and the College of Clinical Psychologists. No Medicare rebate or bulk-billing options are available
Alessia is a Clinical Psychologist who values and prioritises creating a safe therapeutic space. She works collaboratively with her clients to develop an understanding of their presenting problems and how they developed. Alessia has an interest in exploring patterns of behaviour, drawing on attachment styles and family history to help a client develop insight and awareness so that they can make meaningful change and achieve their therapeutic goals.Alessia has training and experience in working with adolescents and adults in a range of settings, including community mental health and in educational, hospital and forensic environments. Alessia has focussed on mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, complex trauma, personality disorders, substance abuse and psychosis. Alessia understands that each client is unique and therefore tailors therapy to match her client's needs while ensuring that her practice is grounded in empirical evidence. She is trained and experienced in various therapies including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). Alessia is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Megan is a psychologist who is passionate about helping people make positive changes in their lives. Megan uses a person-centred, strengths based approach to counselling and works with a range of different therapeutic approaches in her practice including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Schema Therapy. This includes children, adolescents and adults. Her areas of interest include anxiety, trauma and PTSD, relationship problems and eating disorders/ body image issues. She has worked within a range of different mental health roles including counselling, crisis support and research. She has also worked in both primary and secondary school settings.
Darko is a psychologist who has extensive experience in university and school settings. He is a Counselling Psychologist member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), and Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). He has experience with children, adolescents and adults. Darko works with clients to develop shared objectives. He utilises evidence-based strategies and techniques that derive from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (predominately Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy), and Psychoanalytic theory and practice.
Catherine has worked across primary and secondary schools, providing special education support classes in a variety of socio-demographic areas. Catherine has experience working with refugee and asylum seeker populations in immigration detention centres which enabled her to work closely with children, adolescents and families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Catherine has experience providing intervention for trauma, depression, anxiety, and major mental health disorders as well as providing risk assessments. Catherine has also been involved in providing urgent psychological services, clinical counselling, critical incident defusing, manager support and high level client-focused liaisons. Catherine has a special interest working with children and adolescents over a wide range of issues – stressful life situations, anxiety, depression, grief, sleep disturbances, family issues and self-esteem. Catherine is available to provide educational assessments. Appointments available on Fridays
Bianca’s guiding principle is to treat each person with respect and unconditional positive regard and to provide a safe space where people can share their concerns in a non-judgemental environment. Her gentle approach allows individuals to feel accepted and nurtured. Bianca has experience working with children, adolescents and adults with a range of behavioural and emotional challenges including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, grief and loss, work-related psychological injury and trauma. Bianca believes working in collaboration with the client fosters growth and learning about oneself. She works primarily within a CBT framework and has adopted an interest in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. In her spare time Bianca can often be found doing jigsaw puzzles, Cross-Fit, or playing with her cat Cleo. Bianca is available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and one Saturday a month.
Sarah is a provisional psychologist with a passion for working with a range of clients across the lifespan. Sarah has experience working in schools and community settings as a provisional psychologist in primary and secondary schools, and youth mentor for refugee students. Sarah has worked with clients with presenting problems ranging from anxiety, ADHD, ASD, and social skills deficits, to family conflict, depression, and those who may be at-risk. Sarah has also previously facilitated a social skills group for children aged 4-6 years in a school setting, for children with minor social difficulties, to severe social deficits and/or with diagnoses. Sarah uses evidence-based interventions for clients of all ages, as well as art/music therapy, mindfulness, and taking a person-centred approach, so the client’s needs can be met in that moment of time. Sarah has a Bachelor of Psychological Studies, Bachelor of Psychological Studies (Honours), Master of Professional Psychology, Master of Professional Psychology Practice. She is provisionally registered with AHPRA, is an Associate member with the APS and is a member of the AAPi.
Tina is a provisional psychologist completing her final year of supervised practice towards full registration as a psychologist. Tina has experience working with children, adolescence and young people in a variety of clinical settings including residential care facilities, disability services and Department of Health. Tina has a particular interest in working with individuals diagnosed with an intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder. Tina uses CBT, ACT, mindfulness, relaxation techniques, harm minimization and positive behaviour support approaches to help support her clients manage a range of presentations including anxiety, depression, behaviours of concern and addiction. Tina is a nationally accredited Provisional Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a registered Positive Behaviour Support Practitioner with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission. Tina has also completed a nationally accredited Alcohol and Other Drug skillset. Tina is passionate about providing quality, client-centred services that empower, motivate and inspire people to achieve greater happiness and build resilience through education, guidance and support.
Harshita has completed a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology Honors), a Graduate Diploma in Psychology and a Master of Professional Psychology. Harshita is passionate about working with clients by fostering trust and providing a warm and non-judgmental environment. Harshita has experience in dealing with various client presentations such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, social skills deficits, difficulties with school readiness, autism and ADHD. Harshita uses an empathic and collaborative approach when employing techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness. Harshita is currently registered as a Provisional Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA).Appointments available on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Simon has been a Counselling Psychologist for 25 years. He is a qualified secondary school teacher, experienced in secondary, primary and post secondary education. Simon is also a trained mediator, experienced in conflict resolution and problem solving. Simon is experienced in providing counselling and educational support to schools. Furthermore, Simon has managed a number of counselling services at secondary and post secondary levels and has significant experience in mental health. Simon has considerable expertise in disability (intellectual, physical and psychiatric) and in provision of support to students with disabilities, and significant experience in behaviour management (primary, secondary, post secondary and aged care).
David is a provisional psychologist currently undertaking a Master of Psychology (Clinical) at ISN Psychology. David has experience working with adults and adolescents on a range of presentations including depression, anxiety, stress management, and relationship (individual) issues. David likes to take an evidence-based and collaborative approach to counselling, and employs Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as the primary therapeutic model. David is currently comping a Master of Psychology (Clinical) at the Institute for Social Neuroscience. He also has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology at the University of Sydney.David holds Provisional registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a Member of Australian Psychological Society (APS) and a Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).
Elisa is a provisional psychologist registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA). She is in the final year of her Masters in Clinical Psychology. Elisa has worked in private practice and education settings providing clinical assessments and therapy for a range of presentations including anxiety disorders, eating disorders, trauma, family and relationship issues, and grief. Elisa’s passion for psychology is born out of her deep respect and empathy for the human condition. She is fascinated by the potential for psychotherapy to empower greater awareness of the connection between mind and body through evidence-based intervention. Elisa is warm, engaging and not opposed to using light humour to help release tension, strengthen connections and inject humanity into the journey. Elisa has a naturally empathetic style and offers a supportive therapeutic framework to help foster insight, meaningful change, and confident personal growth for individuals across the lifespan.
Eunice is a provisional psychologist completing her Master of Psychology (Clinical) at ISN Psychology. Eunice has worked as a psychiatric nurse for the last 4 years and has had a huge exposure to various psychological and psychiatric issues. Eunice has completed placements at the ISN Clinic, Western Health, and is currently with the North West Area Mental Health Service. She has experience in conducting various assessments, including cognitive and personality assessments. As a provisional psychologist and a psychiatric nurse, Eunice has a good understanding of both psychological and pharmacological interventions used in the treatment of mental illnesses. She is an advocate for mental wellbeing, and a strong believer in building up individual mastery and resilience.
Errin has over 8 years experience providing psychological services in schools. She has worked with students across a wide range of socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds from preschool to Year 12. Errin adopts an evidenced-based approach, including cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), mindfulness therapy and psycho-education. She is also experienced in delivering small group social-emotional interventions and providing professional learning to school staff. Errin has worked with students with a variety of presentations, including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, low self-esteem, psychosocial and family problems, autism and ADHD. She also has training and experience in critical incident response and psychological first aid. Errin is skilled in the areas of behaviour management and psycho-educational assessment, including providing support to students with disabilities and learning difficulties. Errin has been a Member of the Australian Psychological Society since 2007.
Rachel has over ten years’ experience working with young people in a number of different settings including schools, private practice, government and community settings.Rachel adopts a playful and warm approach to therapy. She utilises evidence-based approaches when working with young people that includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness. Rachel has experience working with young people who present with depression, anxiety, ADHD, anger issues and autism spectrum disorder. Rachel is able to provide educational assessments. Rachel has a Graduate Diploma of Science (Clinical Psychology) and Master’s Degree of Psychology, Counselling. Rachel is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Fariha holds a PhD in Psychology from India and has extensive experience with client’s across the lifespan. Currently Fariha holds provisional registration as a psychologist. Fariha has provided psychological support for various mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, panic attacks, alcohol and drug abuse, self-harm and suicidal ideation. Fariha works with adolescents across issues concerning low attention span, peer pressure, teen depression, and low self-esteem. Furthermore, Fariha works with adults on various mental, emotional and behavioural problems and clinical disorders such as, depression, OCD, anxiety and panic attacks, psychosomatic illness, self-harm, anger management, grief and bereavement.
Hala is a caring and dedicated provisional psychologist registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), and also a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Hala’s calm approach is based on creating a safe and comfortable environment aiming to improve the lives of others in the areas of, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, wellness, self-care, problem solving, and setting achievable goals. Hala has undertaken two clinical placements working as a provisional psychologist, she utilises evidence based interventions and practices from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) framework.Hala was born in Australia to migrant parents, she speaks both English and Arabic fluently. Her cultural appreciation extends beyond the cultures she has experienced, this is often displayed via her eagerness to learn and understand diverse cultures. Through her previous work experience, Hala has engaged with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities and prides herself on displaying respect, cultural sensitivity, and diverse world views as understanding these different aspects of the client’s life can assist in best practice and care planning. Hala has also completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours), Bachelor of Applied Science (Psychology), Bachelor of Social Sciences, a Diploma of Counselling, and currently enrolled in her final year of the Master of Psychology (Clinical) course at ISN Psychology.
Stephanie is a provisional psychologist currently undertaking a Master of Psychology (Clinical) at ISN Psychology. Stephanie has experience working with adults on a range of presentations including depression, anxiety, stress management, substance abuse, anger management, OCD, and communication issues. She also has experience working with adolescents with mild-severe intellectual disabilities and behavioural concerns.Stephanie always aims to create a safe space where the client and herself can work together towards goals. She primarily utilises evidence-based techniques and interventions from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) perspective. She also has experience implementing mindfulness-based and distress tolerance techniques.Stephanie has a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) from La Trobe University, holds Provisional registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is a Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).
Sarika is an experienced psychologist having worked with all ages in a variety of clinical and corporate settings. Sarika is passionate about ensuring all individuals have an opportunity to maintain a healthy quality of life as they go about dealing with life’s daily demands. Sarika utilises CBT, ACT and mindfulness approaches as a foundation for helping her clients with effectively managing a range of presentations including: anxiety, depression, pain management, behaviour management, Return to Work planning, supporting work-life balance behaviour plans, supporting cross-cultural integration and conflicts, and family / relationship therapy. Sarika particularly enjoys working with children, adolescents and young adults, as well as supporting clients’ with their RTW whilst on a WorkCover claim.Sarika is a Nationally accredited Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) an Accredited Mental Health First Aid Officer and Accredited Mediator with the Australian National Mediator Standards (NMAS). Sarika is currently on maternity leave.
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