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Individual and Relationship Therapist
Healing Trauma with TRTP
Clinical Member AABCAP, MCEFT, GANZ
What does Lee do?
I work with Individuals and Couples in ways that are informed by the Art of contemporary psychology and science.
Many injuries in early life leave us finding it hard to relax and can quite often see us reacting to others harshly, rather than with love and gentleness. Paradoxically, connection is both our deepest desire and our greatest fear.
I work with Individuals and Couples and specialise in healing Trauma which, in Covid times, means pretty much all of us! Finding an internal refuge, of safety and clarity, transmutes trauma into empowerment. Through this journey of inquiry I can help you to reveal tender places, find kindness to yourself, courage and curiosity to tend those parts.
Get in sync with your partner with couples counselling. Resolve your relationship challenges and create a more secure, loving connection. Evidence-based couples counselling is a safe, confidential and attachment-based process to support what’s missing in your relationship to help it thrive.
I love what I do because I believe perpetual learning and embracing all the challenges of our human experience is the key to a well-balanced and joy-filled life. The process of cultivating new habits over time brings a sustained quality of well being nourishment, and love.
When is Lee available?
Available Wed afternoons in Carlton, Tuesday in Fitzroy and online Monday, Thursdays and Friday, and alternate Saturdays.
No rebates available.
How do I contact Lee?
Phone: 0491 638 124
Clinical Psychologist and Counselling Psychologist
BSc Psych (Hons); MPsych (Counselling)
MAPS (Clinical and Counselling Colleges)
What does Gail do?
Gail is a Clinical Psychologist and a Counselling Psychologist who has worked in public and private mental health settings since 2009.
Gail uses evidence-based therapies within a supportive relationship, to help clients explore and understand their difficulties and find ways to resolve them. Gail finds that accepting each client as they are and working in a non-judgemental way allows people to engage fully in the therapeutic process.
Gail works with adults and couples, who have a wide range of concerns including anxiety, relationships, depression, trauma, anger, self-esteem, grief and loss, life transitions, stress and dissatisfaction with life.
In addition to her private practice, Gail has worked in government and non-government institutions providing therapy to adults, children and families with complex difficulties.
When is Gail available?
Available face to face Tuesday 2-8pm and Friday 8am-2pm and online Wednesdays
Private Health Fund Rebates may apply.
Medicare rebates available via GP referral.
How do I contact Gail?
Phone: 0420 336 554
Fax: 03 9960 7550
DR ROGER BRINK
BEd BSc(Hons) DPsych(Clin) MAPS FCCLP
What does Roger do?
I work with adults wanting to improve their adjustment in their lives, particularly those with mood, anxiety, and interpersonal challenges. My experience includes over 21 years as a clinical psychologist in private practice, hospital and community settings, and many years prior to that working in mental health care and management roles.
With a flexible orientation informed by cognitive behavioural and psychodynamic perspectives, I work to encourage and broaden people’s engagement and self-efficacy in their lives. I aim to assist people to identify and better express their needs, values and potentials, and enable more adaptive approaches to concerns and problems as well as limitations and losses.
I also offer supervision for mental health professionals.
When is Roger available?
Monday to Friday – Telehealth appointments using secure videoconferencing
Wednesdays – Face-to-face appointments
Medicare rebates applicable when referred by a GP or psychiatrist
How do I contact Roger?
Phone: 0452 524 431
Voice messages and emails are retrieved Monday to Friday during business hours
MPsych (Ed&Dev), BSc (Psychology)(Hons), AHPRA Registered Psychologist
What does Chris do?
Chris focuses on building a space where a client feels safe, understood and empowered to work towards their life goals. Chris is passionate about creating client centred, working relationships using values of authenticity, acceptance, and openness.
Chris has worked with adolescents (16+) and adults across a broad range of mental health issues. However, has developed experience and skill in working with identity issues, drug, and alcohol, Depression, Anxiety, Stress and relationship difficulties.
Chris has expertise and experience working specifically with artists and creatives (including actors, musicians), sexual diversity (including lesbian, gay, queer, bisexual and asexual clients) and gender diversity (including trans, intersex, and non-binary clients).
Previously Chris has worked in the Arts and brings an understanding of this industry to clients who work in the Arts. Chris has completed specialised training in supporting clients of sexuality and gender diversity and is a member of the Australian Professional Association for Transgender Health (AusPATH).
Fees: $180 per 50 min session. Discount available for MEAA members, trans and gender diverse clients. Medicare and Private Health Fund rebates available.
When is Chris available?
Tuesday afternoon and evening.
How do I contact Chris?
M Gestalt Psychotherapy, M Organisation Dynamics, Certificate Gestalt Relational Organisational Development (ROG), BBus (Accounting), Critical incident stress & trauma management training, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy accredited, People Centred Implementation Accredited
What does Eva do?
Eva is a gestalt psychotherapist and change management consultant. Eva has worked as a senior change consultant working with teams and leaders to support the implementation of change across a diverse range of organisations over the last 30 years. Eva has combined her change management consultancy experience and psychotherapy skills, to provide a unique approach to assist during times of change. Eva’s practice provides long term psychotherapy, short to medium term coaching and consulting for change leaders and other change practitioners.
Eva uses a Gestalt Psychotherapy approach which builds awareness and understanding of the barriers to the changes that we want for yourselves. Eva’s approach build a trusted and non-judgemental space for her client’s issues to be explored with mutual respect and compassion. Together new insights are found, and self-supports identified to create lasting change. Eva works with a range of issues including anxiety and depression, grief and loss, cross-cultural issues, and relationship difficulties.
In her consulting work Eva uses a Relational Organisational Gestalt (ROG) model to understand to group dynamics. The ROG model offers a unique way to explore how group dynamics enliven, impact, or limit our authentic selves at work using a relational lens.
In all Eva’s work she supports her clients to increase self-awareness, gain new skills that enables them both professionally and personally to more choice-fully move forward in their lives. She brings warmth, understanding, energy and insight to her work.
When is Eva available?
Every Monday, Friday and Saturday
Other days may be possible by arrangement.
How do I contact Eva?
0422 849 820
Find out more about Eva
M. Gestalt Therapy B.A (Hons) LL.B (Hons)
What does Craig do?
My central aim is to promote self-awareness and choice, as I believe that this is what enables us to live meaningful and dignified lives. And to enable self-awareness – including all those parts of us that we’ve learned to hide or forget about – my goal is to create a responsive, safe, compassionate and collaborative space.
Areas of specialisation:
Adults who are in life transition, isolated, in grief, experiencing anxiety or who are grappling with identity or sexuality issues.
Fees: $100 per hour; some concessional spaces available.
No Medicare rebate available
When is Craig available?
Wednesday afternoon and evening
Other times may be available by appointment.
How do I contact Craig?
0469 905 188
MPsych (Clinical), GradDipPsych, BPsychSc, MAPS
What does Laura do?
Laura has experience working within a private psychiatric hospital in various inpatient and outpatient teams. She has experience providing group and individual treatment with adults at all stages of life. Using a warm and compassionate approach, Laura has an interest working with people who experience a range of difficulties including stress, anxiety, depression, managing life adjustments, emotion dysregulation, identity issues, impulsivity, and relationship issues. Laura aims to create a supportive and non-judgemental space to collaboratively work with people to improve their wellbeing.
Laura's therapeutic approach is tailored to each client's individual needs and treatment goals. Laura's primary treatment modalities are Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Medicare rebates available with a Mental Health Care Plan.
When is Laura available?
How do I contact Laura?
Phone: 0434 417 230
Bachelor of Social (BSW)/Accredited Mental Health Social Worker
Graduate certificate of applied mental health (adult)
Certificate of focused psychological strategies (CBT, hypnosis, progressive muscle relaxation, pain management)
What does Justin do?
I am a dedicated and intuitive social worker with over 15 years of experience working in the public health sector. I've had the privileged and pleasure of working with a diverse range of clients with a range of conditions including psychosis, mood disorders, personality disorders, drug and alcohol and trauma. My approach to therapy is to build a therapeutic relationship with you and tailor a treatment plan suited to your individual needs. I believe good therapy involves empathy and validation of your story, reducing distress and suffering, facilitating change and you taking action (outside of the therapy room) to improve your life. I look forward to helping you on your recovery journey.
Types of therapy offered:
acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
dialectic behavioural therapy (DBT) informed skills (including mindfulness, distress tolerance, crisis skills, interpersonal skill building)
progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) with a basic hypnosis element (ego strengthening)
motivational interviewing for substance use disorders
counselling and support for men who use violence
psycho education (to help you better understand your mental health condition if diagnosed).
$140 for a 50-minute session (payable on day of consultation)
Medicare rebates available with a Mental Health Care Plan.
Cancellation fee- if less than 48 hours notice given then 50% of session fee will be charged
When is Justin available?
Fridays/Saturdays and by appointment
How do I contact Justin?
Phone: 0468 499 713
Dr ALICE HUCKER
BA(Psych, Hons), DPsych(Clinical)
What does Alice do?
Dr. Alice Hucker is a Clinical Psychologist with special interests in sexual difficulties, trans & gender diverse mental health, infertility, and personality disorders. Alice has gained experience in these areas through her work at a public adult gender service, a private psychiatric hospital, several IVF clinics, a public crisis intervention clinic, and a sex therapy practice. Alice has also held research positions in male and female sexual difficulties, assisted reproduction, and relationship education.
Alice also sees clients struggling with depression, anxiety disorders and panic attacks, relationship difficulties, disordered eating and body-image concerns, pelvic/sexual pain conditions, self-harm, stress management, and adjustment to life changes. Alice is experienced in a range of evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mentalisation-Based Treatment, and Emotionally-Focused Therapy for Couples. She is a diversity friendly therapist and strives to provide affirmative support for clients of all backgrounds, gender identities, sexual orientations, and relationship styles.
Medicare rebates available with a GP Mental Health Care Plan.
When is Alice available?
Wednesdays and Fridays (not currently taking new clients)
How do I contact Alice?
Ph: 0426 371 897
Fax: 03 859 55102
Advanced Clinical Training in Contemporary Gestalt Therapy (The Relational Institute Australia, Sydney), MA (Psychology), PhD (Psychology)
What does Karolina do?
I am a Gestalt psychotherapist and a psychologist with 25 years of experience in the field of mental health. My work is based on respectful exploration of client’s experience in the here and now, including our ongoing psychotherapy relationship. We look together at patterns of emotional reactions and behaviours, new (yet) unfamiliar ways of being oneself and being with others, and possibilities for change and growth.
My interest in Gestalt psychotherapy reflects my passion for a deeper understanding of psychological and emotional well-being and satisfactory human relationships. I believe in the importance of commitment to psychotherapy and the work we do together.
I am interested in working with a wide range of issues, including emotional well-being, anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, bereavement, suicidality, relational difficulties, identity, and self-esteem.
Fees: $110 -$120 per hour.
No Medicare rebate available.
When is Karolina available?
How do I contact Karolina?
B.Ed., B.S.W., M.S.W., Found. Stud. Relational Gestalt Counselling, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker.
What does Kallena do?
I am a clinical social worker and counsellor and have worked for many years across health, mental health and palliative care settings with people with varied issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, self-harm, suicidality and adjusting to living with life threatening and limiting illness, grief and loss.
I am fascinated by exploration of the deeper meanings behind the conflicts and stresses that bring people to therapy and have a particular interest in understanding and working with people whose lives have been impacted by the long-term effects of childhood experiences. All my work is informed by my own personal journey of healing from complex trauma and the resulting dissociation.
My approach to the development of our therapeutic relationship is based on my ongoing studies in Gestalt psychotherapy, together with my understanding of attachment and developmental themes, the impact on these of trauma and loss and how these experiences are embodied. I am passionate about creating a warm and welcoming space in which people feel seen and their lived experience can be heard and validated. I have advocated publicly for recognition of the long-term impacts of childhood traumas.
I am familiar with the issues faced by our LGBTQI communities and especially welcome members of our trans communities.
Fees: $120 per hour.
Medicare rebate available with a Mental Health Care Plan from your GP.
When is Kallena available?
Thursdays, other times by arrangement. Zoom sessions available.
How do I contact Kallena?
Phone: 0433 297 938
Gestalt Psychotherapy (MA)
Advanced certificates in yoga and trauma sensitive yoga
What does Micki do?
I am a Gestalt psychotherapist and trauma sensitive yoga teacher. I incorporate relational psychotherapy, mindfulness and other creative approaches designed to facilitate personal growth and life balance. My approach holds at its core a warm, gentle, empathic and non-judgemental approach and is both supportive and challenging as needed.
I work with a wide range of issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, emotional well-being, loss and grief, suicidality and relational difficulties.
From the safety of the therapeutic relationship you will gain more understanding of how you relate to the important people in your life and the world in general. Here you will have the opportunity to recognise and practise thinking, feeling and relating in new and positive ways.
Gestalt therapy will help you better understand yourself and how the choices you make affect your health and relationships. With this self-awareness you will begin to understand how your emotional and physical selves are connected, and develop the confidence to start living a richer, fuller and more meaningful life.
Zoom sessions available on request.
When is Micki available?
Saturday – Wednesday .
How do I contact Micki?
0468 523 909
BA(Psych), PostGradDipPsych, MPsych(Clinical), MAPS
What does Catherine do?
Catherine seeks to understand her client’s experiences and their reasons for seeking therapy. She works collaboratively with her clients to support them to develop a greater connection to, and compassion for, all aspects of themselves. The importance of establishing trusting, compassionate and curious relationships with her clients is the bedrock of Catherine’s practice. Rather than viewing her clients’ challenges as ‘problems to be fixed’, Catherine provides her clients a safe space within which to heal unresolved emotional wounds and discover new and exciting ways of relating and being in the world.
Catherine draws on a number of therapeutic approaches including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Compassion-based approaches, Mindfulness, Depth Psychology principles and Trauma informed care.
Catherine works with a wide range of presenting issues and tailors her approach to each client based on their individual needs and preferences. Catherine works with individual adults (18+ years) and is an LGBTIQA+ aware and affirmative therapist.
Medicare rebates are available with a Mental Health Care Plan.
When is Catherine available?
Mondays and Tuesdays
How do I contact Catherine?
MPsych (Clinical), BPsych (Hons), BA (Arts), MACPA, MAPS
What does Katerina do?
Katerina is a registered Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience of working within public and private mental health settings. She understands that it can be a daunting process to seek psychological therapy. She aims to provide a warm, welcoming and approachable environment where individuals can ensure that they will be met where they are. She is dedicated to tailoring treatment to client preferences and needs, that is, whether they prefer short-term cognitive and behavioural change, or a deeper understanding of their attachments, relationships and personal histories.
Katerina is experienced in treating a diverse range of psychological concerns and disorders such as mood disorders, personality disorders, paraphilias and addiction disorders. She has a special interest in treating complex and long-term issues related to traumatic life events and sexual wellbeing. Katerina is also experienced in providing treatment for issues following traumatic events and grief. She is also experienced in using Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and complex trauma.
Additionally, Katerina enjoys working with LGBTIQA+ identifying individuals and strives to provide a warm and non-judgmental environment for those that feel marginalised or otherwise subjugated by society.
In working with her clients, Katerina takes a collaborative, open, holistic and person-centred approach. She primarily utilises the following evidence-based treatment approaches:
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Dialectal Behavioural Therapy (DBT) informed approaches
Areas of interest:
Depression and mood disorders
Trauma and post-traumatic stress
Issues related to addictions
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)
Obsessions and Compulsions
Anxiety and anxiety-related disorders
Stress and burnout
Adjustment to life changes
Grief, loss and bereavement
Self-esteem and identity
Perfectionism and related procrastination
When is Katerina available?
Tuesdays 10am - 5pm.
Wednesdays 9am - 6pm
How do I contact Katerina?
Dr. RHYS PRICE-ROBERTSON
Advanced Clinical Training in Relational Gestalt Psychotherapy (Gestalt Therapy Australia), BSSc (Psychology), MA (Bioethics), PhD (Psychology
What does Rhys do?
We all have parts of ourselves that feel messy, wrong, or unacceptable. It tends to be these parts that lead us to therapy. Rather than help you to overcome or escape any aspects of yourself, my aim is to encourage you to be present to your life as it actually is. It is through deepening your relationship with yourself and others that lasting growth and change can emerge.
I enjoy working with people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, genders, sexualities, ages, and abilities. I endeavour to bear witness both to people’s individual experiences and the broader socio-political contexts of their lives. I work to minimise power differentials by employing a collaborative, non-hierarchical approach.
I’ve published over 50 journal articles, book chapters, and reports on topics such as psychotherapy, mental health, fatherhood, family life, and social theory. I’m also the Editor of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia (PACJA).
Sessions cost $110 for clients at Lygon Therapy and $100 online or in Castlemaine. While I don’t offer Medicare rebates, my fees are adjusted so they are similar to the out-of-pocket expenses one would pay with a psychologist. For people interested in medium- or long-term psychotherapy, my services are likely to be more affordable than those of therapists offering Medicare rebates, who become more expensive when the rebate runs out. I offer some concession spots for health care card holders, students, and people experiencing financial hardship.
When is Rhys available?
Monday: 2pm-9pm at Lygon Therapy or online.
Wednesday to Friday: In Castlemaine or online.
Refer to my website for current availabilities.
How do I contact Rhys?
Phone: 0417 212 110
Find out more about Rhys
BSc Psych (Hons); MPsych (Clinical)
MAPS (Clinical College); Institute of Clinical Psychologists (ICP)
What does Patricia do?
Patricia is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked in public and private mental health settings since 2008. She enjoys working with older adolescents and adults across the life span. She is experienced in the assessment and treatment of depression and mood disorders, panic and anxiety, obsessions and compulsions, anger issues, grief and loss, relationship problems, post-traumatic stress, alcohol and substance misuse, and difficulties with emotion regulation. Patricia understands the many problems that can arise as a result of trauma, childhood abuse, stressful life circumstances and transitions. Patricia has worked extensively with survivors of childhood and adult emotional, physical and sexual abuse and assault.
Patricia works with clients to build resilience and self-worth, achieve life goals, improve communication, heal strained relationships, manage stress, and resolve grief and loss. Psychotherapy is individually tailored to meet each client’s needs. She provides evidence based therapeutic interventions applying the strategies and principles of Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Schema Focused Therapy (SFT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), and Attachment Focused Therapy. Patricia accepts referrals for individuals 18 years and over.
Medicare rebates are available for clients with a GP’s referral and Mental Health Care Plan. If you have private health cover you may be eligible for a rebate depending on your level of your cover.
When is Patricia available?
Telehealth sessions are currently available for all clients Monday through Saturday.
Face to face sessions are available on request and will be dependent on COVID restrictions.
How do I contact Patricia?
To discuss your first appointment please contact me by email.
T: 1800 979 689 receptionist available to answer calls Monday-Friday 12pm-7pm
BSc; Accredited Mental Health Social Worker; Master of Social Work; Adv. Cert. Relational Gestalt Counselling.
What does Paco do?
I am a Clinical Social Worker and a counsellor trained in Gestalt and psychodynamic approaches. I have experience working in mental health services, substance dependence and forensic settings and work with people with a variety of difficulties and concerns including: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, complex emotional processes, sexuality and identity.
My work is challenging and yet deeply satisfying. I am passionate about exploring and understanding people's psychological distress and helping them to gain a deeper understanding of how their life-long patterns of thinking influence their lives, develop their intimate relationships and experience their sense of self. My approach assists people grappling with emotional difficulties and with complex personal relationships to facilitate a more meaningful life. I also provide a culturally safe space for LGBTIQ+ people.
I am currently working in private practice and community mental health settings and also offer counselling in Spanish and Catalan.
Medicare rebates available.
When is Paco available?
Mondays & Wednesday evenings
Other days may be possible by arrangement.
How do I contact Paco?
Read more about Paco here: https://pacoromeu.com.au/
BSc, PostGradDipPsych, Dip (FamTher), GradDipSoc (GestTher), ClinM, AAFT, ClinM.GANZ, AHPRA (Psychologist)
What does Fred do?
Fred is a psychologist and psychotherapist with an extensive background in child, adolescent and family psychiatry. His clinical skills are well honed around processes of attachment and development, trauma, mental health and addiction.
His approach to counselling and therapy is based on engaging and sitting alongside his clients in support of their personal growth and a more personally satisfying life-style. His interests centre around all matters which have a bearing on our emotional, social and mental well-being. In his private practice, Fred now more commonly works with individual adults, and with couples whom are interested in working through and strengthening the bonds between them both as partners and as parents. He is deeply committed to his craft and considers it a privilege to bear witness to his clients experience of life. His session fees are rebatable through Medicare and Private Health Funds.
When is Fred available?
Weekdays – afternoons and evenings.
Saturday – mornings to afternoon
How do I contact Fred?
0418 321 141
Psychologist and Art therapist
BPscyhSc, MPsych, MAT, MAPS, AThR
What does Negin do?
I am a registered psychologist and art therapist, with 8 years of clinical experience. I have worked with adults, young people, and couples in a variety of public and private health settings including community health, inpatient programs, and relationship support services such as Relationships Australia.
I am passionate about exploring how traumatic experiences and attachment patterns impact on our mental health, sense of well-being and life decisions. I have a strong interest in mind-body connection and integrating cognitive, emotional, somatic, and creative techniques to facilitate healing and growth. I see myself as a warm and empathic guide here to assist you in reaching your goals. My approach is person-centred, trauma-informed, strength-based, and culturally sensitive. I have experience working with trauma-related concerns, depression, anxiety issues, family violence, disordered eating, grief & loss, relationship and parenting concerns, pregnancy, adolescent’s issues, cross- cultural & adjustment challenges and creative blocks. I also have a strong interest and experience in facilitating art therapy groups with adults and young people.
My therapeutic work is informed by the following approaches: Internal Family Systems Model, Art Therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Schema Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Couples Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
I offer counselling in English and Farsi.
Fees: $170 per hour. Concession available for eligible clients.
90min sessions for art therapy can be offered upon request.
Medicare and private health care rebates available.
When is Negin available?
Wednesday &Thursday (evenings) and Friday daytime
Other times may be possible by arrangement
How do I contact Negin?
AHPRA Registered Psychologist
MProfPsych, BPsySc (Hons), MAAPi, MAPS
What does Melissa do?
Melissa is a psychologist who works with adolescents, adults, older adults and couples from all walks of life. Her goals are: to provide a safe, grounding, accepting and enjoyable space to connect authentically with clients; to support them to gain insight and understanding into internal and external barriers to growth and movement; to uncover their hopes for future; provide tools for continued self-development; and empower clients to take steps towards change and growth.
Melissa has interests and experience supporting clients with a range of problems including those relating to relationships, family of origin, parenting, life stages/transitions, assertiveness and communication, work, personal development, adjustment, depression, anxiety, stress, panic, and grief and loss.
Melissa uses an integrative counselling approach tailored to the individual or couple, drawing from interventions including: Narrative Therapy, Systems Therapy, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, couple therapy, couple assessment and skill-development, and non-directive pregnancy counselling.
For more information head to vividlifepsychology.com.au.
Medicare and Private Health Fund rebates are available.
When is Melissa available?
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Day and evening appointments available
How do I contact Melissa?
P: 0490 744 262 F: 03 9957 8127
Post: PO Box 8032, Brunswick East VIC 3057
BA (Arts) (Hons), MPsych (Clinical), MAPS, FCCLP
What does Chris do?
I am an experienced clinical psychologist with a special interest in helping people overcome anxiety disorders of all types. I am dedicated to providing high quality psychological care with a focus on adults experiencing anxiety problems. I am a warm, caring, and dedicated professional with a down-to-earth and friendly style. I aim to create a safe, non-judgmental space where you are listened to and treated with respect. I keep up to date with the latest advancements in mental health and therapy and use approaches that have been tried and tested through scientific research.
I have over ten years of experience in treating psychological problems in a range of settings including private practice, public mental health, and universities. I am also currently completing a PhD at the University of Melbourne with a focus on advancing the field of anxiety treatment.
Skype/phone sessions also available on request.
When is Chris available?
How do I contact Chris?
(03) 9108 7236