Chen is experienced in working with students, young adults and parents. If you are experiencing depression or anxiety, frustration, loss, anger control problems, seperation or relationship problems, Chen will be a warm accompany and skillful coach for you.
I am a Diploma qualified Counsellor from the Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors. (AIPC). Also a member of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) I follow and abide by the Code of Ethics of the association. Having lived in three different countries, I have been exposed to various societies and customs, hence am comfortable dealing with different types of people and cultures. Life experiences play a big part in being able to have empathy and I will give my unconditional positive regard and attention to every individual as everyone’s story is unique and worth listening too.
How are you feeling? Are you wanting to be heard? Su is a compassionate listener who put 100 % effort in supporting you. She is fluent in both English and Thai. Su has experience in working in many areas, but has a particular interest in working with women and children experiencing family violence. She also has skills and experience with cross cultural relationships. คุณกำลังรู้สึกแย่ เหงา สับสน หรือ หวาดกลัว บาดแผลทางใจ ไม่ใช่เรื่องที่คุณควรจะมองข้าม...คุณต้องการการเยียวยา ไม่ต่างจากบาดแผลทางกาย การได้พูดคุยและบำบัดรักษากับผู้เชี่ยวชาญ อาจจะช่วยให้คุณพ้นจากสภาวะการณ์นั้นได้เร็วขึ้น
Winnie sees clients with a broad range of presenting issues including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, family violence, sexual assaults, pain management, grief, trauma, PTSD, and is experienced working with refugees. She is able to provide counselling services in English as well as Vietnamese and works with children, youth, and adults. She has more than 12 years experience and practice, and began her psychology career as a counsellor with the Victorian Aboriginal Health Services. Winnie has knowledge and skills working with a wide range of age groups including, children, youth, adults, and the elderly.
I work with clients across the lifespan (age 4 and above) to address a variety of life challenges, such as managing stress, anxiety and depression, as well as struggles with life transitions. Finding hope and recognising your resources can feel challenging when going through a rough patch. Through therapy sessions, I’ll support you in brainstorming for solutions to overcome your difficulties and celebrate your unique strengths. I also have a special interest in neurodiversity and the female presentation of ASD. Neurodiversity can often bring invisible challenges. Finding the right support from an understanding person is essential.
Hi! I’m Lou. I’m a consent, respectful relationships and sexuality educator empowering young people and their carers to make informed choices about their bodies and personal relationships. One of my greatest passions is facilitating those lightbulb moments for young people when they realise “Oh, I can say ‘no’, and I don’t have to feel guilty about it!”
Cristian Acciarito is a general psychologist who is registered with AHPRA and a member of the Australian Psychological Society. He has completed his studies at Monash University, and has a degree in psychology as well as a major in behavioural neuroscience. He has a warm, compassionate, and respectful style which incorporates a variety of techniques and approaches, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Interpersonal Social Rhythm Therapy (IPT and IPSRT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Attachment Theory, and Schema Therapy.
David is a Clinical Psychologist who has been practising since 2007. He has a wide range of experience working in different psychological settings including hospital, corporate, and community organisations. David’s passion is improving health and wellbeing of individuals and has achieved this goal in various ways including as a practitioner, manager and also at a strategic board level. David, consequently, is experienced working with individuals with a wide range of psychological presentations.
I work with people who are feeling overwhelmed and stressed; are being held back by anxiety or depression; are concerned about their drug and/or alcohol use; or are trying to support someone with substance use issues. I understand that these issues can be complex and multifaceted. I work with people to manage their issues while learning new coping skills, building their self-esteem and capacity using their strengths in order to achieve their goals.
I am a Forensic Counsellor, Assessor and Psychotherapist with years of experience working with adolescents, adults, and families in private practice, corrections and community settings. I am a member of the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) and work with people who are feeling overwhelmed and stressed, are being held back by anxiety or depression; are concerned about their drug and alcohol use; or are trying to support someone with substance use issues. I understand that these issues can be complicated and multifaceted and therapy will be tailored to meet your individual needs and may incorporate different approaches.
At Keystone Psychology we believe that every child deserves to live a healthy and happy life. We are forensic psychologists and our expertise is in the assessment and treatment of children and young people who engage in a range of sensitive and complex behaviours including high risk behaviours that may, if left unaddressed, have negative impacts on their future. This includes behaviours that are disrespectful, inappropriate, problematic and or harmful; as well as physical/sexual violence. Our clients may have also experienced abuse and are seeking a personalised approach for therapy. We help our clients get back on track.
Caspar’s experience stems from supporting clients with a wide range of presentation related to mental health and wellbeing, as well as working with high risk clients. Caspar has a gentle, person-centred approach to working with clients, with a preference for working from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy framework.
Sandra is an experienced bilingual clinical psychologist who sees different people from all walks of life, as circumstances bring many of us to therapy at different points or phases in life and for a variety of reasons. Sandra’s therapy setting provides a caring, not judgemental, supportive space where people can feel safe to express themselves and their inner feelings and where the person can have the experience to feel held in an accepting, respectful and empathetic way. This catharsis provides the individual with a freedom to unburden, relax and try to find a new stable foundation for a more fulfilling future and experiences.
I have a special interest in helping children and young people learn well, and live well. I do this by helping people understand their strengths and support areas; empowering them with the knowledge to access the right help and to advocate for themselves.
Lily is a psychologist working with adult individuals and couples (Telehealth psychologist based in Rowville, Victoria). With almost a decade of field experience working with children and parents, adolescents, adults, and families in private practice, hospital, and community settings, she strives to provide quality psychology services. Individual therapy allows you to work through your fears, angst, desires, and pain at your own pace. Your story is unique, and Lily strives to provides a safe nonjudgmental space for your voice to be heard.
I work with LGBTIQA+ identifying clients and their families, People of Colour (PoC), migrants and folks from refugee or asylum-seeking backgrounds. I work in an intersectional way taking into account identity, mental health and other aspects of an individual. I specialise in working with clients who have had to migrate and leave their country of origin and are having a difficult time navigating life in a foreign country.
I work with children and adolescents (2-18 years), and their families. My special interests include Autism, anxiety, behavioural issues, and parenting. I use a range of therapeutic techniques to engage with clients and build upon their strengths. I am passionate about working collaboratively with parents and other professionals so everyone is working towards the same shared goals. I love helping clients and their families embrace neurodiversity. I also conduct comprehensive Autism (ADOS-2, CARS-2, BASC-3) and cognitive/IQ assessments (WPPSI-IV, WISC-V).
Leah Smith, Director and Principal Psychologist of "Opening Doors Psychology" has a passion for working with adolescents, young adults/adults, and also works with some couples. Leah is particularly interested in working with eating disorders and body image concerns, as well as, anxiety disorders, and interpersonal/relational difficulties. Leah strives to provide a safe space for clients to develop a deeper understanding of themselves, guide clients to and equip them with the necessary skills, to enable them to manage their symptoms and unique difficulties, and address ongoing problematic patterns.
I offer an eclectic and integrated approach to helping client's to successfully manage their lives. I am deeply committed to drawing-out the client's own innate potential to respond to their challenges. I firmly believe the 'obstacle is the way'. Rebates are available for clients with mental health treatment plans from their GP. More information available at www.stillpointpsychology.com.au
Anyone who is struggling with a personal concern can seek counselling. I provide counselling service to my clients dealing with a hard time and not able to cope. Counselling is a process of talking about and working through your problems with a counsellor. Stress can create a lot of health problems, and what can avoid that. It is always an excellent way to take out the burden from your head and walk freely.
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Clayton are psychologists, licensed counsellors, therapists, psychotherapists, and licensed clinical social workers, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualised treatment.
Services offered, education, and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in Clayton then may specialise in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counselling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.
Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.
How do I find psychologists in Clayton with the specialty experience I’m looking for?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Clayton, or Child Psychologists in Clayton.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Clayton psychologists specialising in EMDR.
What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in Clayton specialise in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or counsellor who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.
Can I afford counselling?
Yes. Most counsellors offer reasonable rates or will work on a sliding scale basis. Many accept health insurance. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the counsellor.