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Jessica McCallum, Psychologist
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA Endorsed
Verified by Psychology Today
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
"Jess is a Clinical Psychologist based in Hobart and has worked in private practice since 2013. She has experience with a range of ages and presenting problems. Jess has a special interest in child and adolescent mental health, particularly in working with teens and kids who struggle with stress, anxiety, self harm, and social skills."
(03) 6146 1545
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Hobart, Tasmania 7000
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"Jess is a Clinical Psychologist based in Hobart and has worked in private practice since 2013. She has experience with a range of ages and presenting problems. Jess has a special interest in child and adolescent mental health, particularly in working with teens and kids who struggle with stress, anxiety, self harm, and social skills."
Hobart Creative Arts Therapy - Melanie Paul, Counsellor
Counsellor, AThR
Verified by Psychology Today
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
"Hi, I’m Melanie. I’m a registered arts therapist, NDIS provider and professional member of ANZACATA. I have a Masters degree in Therapeutic Arts Practice from the MIECAT Institute and experience in working with children, youth and adults who have diverse abilities and mental health needs. I offer a calm and thoughtful approach to arts therapy that is grounded in experiential psychotherapy."
0402 856 338
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Hobart, Tasmania 7000
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"Hi, I’m Melanie. I’m a registered arts therapist, NDIS provider and professional member of ANZACATA. I have a Masters degree in Therapeutic Arts Practice from the MIECAT Institute and experience in working with children, youth and adults who have diverse abilities and mental health needs. I offer a calm and thoughtful approach to arts therapy that is grounded in experiential psychotherapy."
Lydia Black, Psychologist
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA General
Verified by Psychology Today
" I especially enjoy working with new parents regarding pre and post pregnancy (perinatal) mental health issues. I am experienced working with general psychological issues such as depression and anxiety in adults, adolescents, and children. However, I also have experience working in sport and performance psychology areas with athletes and others trying to improve their performance. I offer online appointments for those not able to attend appointments at my office. Online appointments are a great way to access support without leaving the comfort of your own home. "
(03) 6118 4944
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" I especially enjoy working with new parents regarding pre and post pregnancy (perinatal) mental health issues. I am experienced working with general psychological issues such as depression and anxiety in adults, adolescents, and children. However, I also have experience working in sport and performance psychology areas with athletes and others trying to improve their performance. I offer online appointments for those not able to attend appointments at my office. Online appointments are a great way to access support without leaving the comfort of your own home. "
Highlands Counselling, Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, MA, PACFA
Verified by Psychology Today
Newstead, Tasmania 7250
"Good counselling offers the possibility of understanding the nature of our difficulties, where they come from and what changes they are asking for. It begins with the belief that that understanding resides in us—all of us. It is an understanding that has always been there, but which has been covered over by layers of received misinformation, training and habit. The task of the counsellor is to assist in finding our way through those accumulated layers to a greater depth of being. "
0429 234 111
Verified
Newstead, Tasmania 7250
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"Good counselling offers the possibility of understanding the nature of our difficulties, where they come from and what changes they are asking for. It begins with the belief that that understanding resides in us—all of us. It is an understanding that has always been there, but which has been covered over by layers of received misinformation, training and habit. The task of the counsellor is to assist in finding our way through those accumulated layers to a greater depth of being. "
Partnership Power Counselling - Raywyn Roberts, Psychotherapist
Psychotherapist, PACFA
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
West Launceston, Tasmania 7250
"A Clinical Psychotherapist, I work with families, couples and individuals to help them creat a better life. Read more at: https://partnershippower.com.au/ Couples: Learn how to live a great life - together. You love each other, learn how to get back 'in love' with each other. Sound inviting? I help people like you every day. Any couple can increase their couple bond. A great relationship is the gateway to a happy home life, increased work productivity and a no-regrets existence."
(07) 3485 0790
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Office is near:
West Launceston, Tasmania 7250
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"A Clinical Psychotherapist, I work with families, couples and individuals to help them creat a better life. Read more at: https://partnershippower.com.au/ Couples: Learn how to live a great life - together. You love each other, learn how to get back 'in love' with each other. Sound inviting? I help people like you every day. Any couple can increase their couple bond. A great relationship is the gateway to a happy home life, increased work productivity and a no-regrets existence."
Grace Lee, Counsellor
Counsellor, PACFA
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
"Concerns about your identity can lead to feeling different from everyone else, being alone and isolated and fearing that no-one will understand how you feel or accept the way you are. I have extensive experience working with trans, gender diverse and non-binary people. I specialise in working with those who are exploring their gender identity or sexuality as well as those with anxiety, depression and other life issues that may or may not be connected to their identity. I have helped many individuals come out to family and friends, and I work with partners and parents of trans and gender diverse individuals."
(03) 6120 6305
Verified
Office is near:
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
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"Concerns about your identity can lead to feeling different from everyone else, being alone and isolated and fearing that no-one will understand how you feel or accept the way you are. I have extensive experience working with trans, gender diverse and non-binary people. I specialise in working with those who are exploring their gender identity or sexuality as well as those with anxiety, depression and other life issues that may or may not be connected to their identity. I have helped many individuals come out to family and friends, and I work with partners and parents of trans and gender diverse individuals."
Seachange Psychology, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyBA General
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
"Are you needlessly suffering? Feeling like life is just not worth hanging on to? Why suffer when you don't have to? Imagine waking rested, full of life, laughing, free to go wherever you want to, with no irrational fears plaguing you, to feel connected to loved ones. It could be that you are struggling with anxiety. If you have an anxiety disorder, you may feel anxious or fearful in situations where there really is NO threat. All of which can result in you catastrophising, ‘knowing’ that something bad is going to happen. That mind/body connection thing people talk about, is real. What the mind richly imagines the body believes. "
(07) 4243 4229
Verified
Office is near:
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
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"Are you needlessly suffering? Feeling like life is just not worth hanging on to? Why suffer when you don't have to? Imagine waking rested, full of life, laughing, free to go wherever you want to, with no irrational fears plaguing you, to feel connected to loved ones. It could be that you are struggling with anxiety. If you have an anxiety disorder, you may feel anxious or fearful in situations where there really is NO threat. All of which can result in you catastrophising, ‘knowing’ that something bad is going to happen. That mind/body connection thing people talk about, is real. What the mind richly imagines the body believes. "
Dr Jernej Hribernik,
Office is near:
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
"Australia-wide Skype, phone or home-visit sessions (Melb). Get convenient, supportive, practical counselling and coaching. Dr Jernej Hribernik ("Jay") has 10 years professional counselling experience and a PhD in psychology. Talk about your history, health, lifestyle, relationships, thoughts, feelings, beliefs and behaviours. Feel relief 'getting things off your chest' while setting achievable goals to keep your life on track. This practice recognises that counselling is not only for those with mental health issues. It operates predominantly to help with general life issues and is not a clinical psychology or psychiatry service."
(03) 6146 1723
Office is near:
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
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"Australia-wide Skype, phone or home-visit sessions (Melb). Get convenient, supportive, practical counselling and coaching. Dr Jernej Hribernik ("Jay") has 10 years professional counselling experience and a PhD in psychology. Talk about your history, health, lifestyle, relationships, thoughts, feelings, beliefs and behaviours. Feel relief 'getting things off your chest' while setting achievable goals to keep your life on track. This practice recognises that counselling is not only for those with mental health issues. It operates predominantly to help with general life issues and is not a clinical psychology or psychiatry service."
Joanna Paterson, Psychologist
Psychologist, MPsych, PsyBA General
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Strahan, Tasmania 7468
"I work in Private Practice in Mt Eliza and also provide Telehealth psychology for people in rural and remote parts of Australia. Having grown up in country Victoria I developed a love of the land and an appreciation of some of the struggles involved with living in rural Australia. I enjoy working with clients from various backgrounds, and with diverse problems and presentations, and use a variety of treatment modalities to help clients achieve their goals. Ultimately, I hope to assist clients clients gain greater insight into their problems, and to develop skills for life long management of mental health and well being. "
(08) 9126 9277
Verified
Office is near:
Strahan, Tasmania 7468
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"I work in Private Practice in Mt Eliza and also provide Telehealth psychology for people in rural and remote parts of Australia. Having grown up in country Victoria I developed a love of the land and an appreciation of some of the struggles involved with living in rural Australia. I enjoy working with clients from various backgrounds, and with diverse problems and presentations, and use a variety of treatment modalities to help clients achieve their goals. Ultimately, I hope to assist clients clients gain greater insight into their problems, and to develop skills for life long management of mental health and well being. "
Psychologist, Assoc MAPS
Verified by Psychology Today
(03) 6121 7115
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Psychotherapist, MA, PACFA
Verified by Psychology Today
Neika, Tasmania 7054
0437 892 282
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Neika, Tasmania 7054
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Dual Diagnosis Counsellors
Dual diagnosis (also called co-occurring disorders, COD) occurs when clients suffer from a mental illness while also experiencing a substance abuse problem. Diagnosing a psychiatric disorder in someone with a substance abuse issue is challenging as the drug abuse itself can often produce psychiatric symptoms. These dual diagnosis counsellors in Hobart may provide dual diagnosis programmes, dual diagnosis facilities or Hobart dual diagnosis treatment - dual diagnosis rehab may be relevant. A counsellor can help provide support or connect you to a Hobart COD network or support group.

How can I tell if a counsellor is right for me?
Counsellors and therapists in Hobart are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counsellor in Hobart you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counselling or couples counselling in Hobart and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counselling in Hobart or family therapy in Hobart.