Our approach to relationship counselling assumes that what occurs in your relationship is co-created. When we shift from “your story versus mine”, we move from a focus on the individual to “the between” of your relationship. As you may have experienced, relationship patterns repeat, the same ideas and themes keep knocking on the door. With the support of your therapist you are invited to explore “the between”, to engage in a process that helps you to understand how you got here and to begin to experience your relationship differently.
Tim has over 10 years counselling & psychotherapy experience in treating clients with trauma, complex mental health and substance abuse presentations. He has worked across various settings including residential rehabilitation, hospitals, psychiatric, 'not for profit' and general counselling. Tim is trained in Schema Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy and Gottman Method Counselling (for couples), and practice CBT, emotional regulation and psychodynamic therapies. Tim is also a qualified Mental Health & AOD (Alcohol and Other Drug) Clinician
Sandra is currently taking on new clients. Sandra is a Psychologist and Board-approved Supervisor who is passionate about helping individuals maintain their mental health and well-being. Whilst specialising in trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Sandra also assists clients with grief, anxiety, depression and stress as well as relational and interpersonal challenges they may be experiencing. Call Monday-Saturday to make a booking or organise a call back. Secure Telehealth sessions available, flexible times available.
Hi, my name is Alisha, I enjoy working with children, teenagers, and young adults. Much of my work is directed toward Autism, ADHD, and learning difficulties, including tailored psychological assessments and reports for these issues. I also work with people who experience behavioural and social difficulties, low self-esteem, interpersonal difficulties, depression and anxiety disorders such as separation, phobias, and OCD. I will work collaboratively with parents (where relevant), and other professionals to help you find more peace in life and ensure that the best outcomes can be achieved.
Marie offers a warm, empathic and collaborative approach to psychotherapy and utilises evidence-based treatments to support individuals to reach their identified goals. She has 6-years experience working with a wide range of presentations in community and private mental health sectors, with a focus on anxiety and related disorders, depression, bipolar, addiction, sleep and insomnia issues, trauma, relationship problems, grief, life transitions and stress. She is passionate about supporting children, adolescents and adults to understand their emotional problems and improve their mental wellbeing.
Thank you for taking time to read my profile. I am an AHPRA registered and endorsed clinical psychologist and I have over 15 years experience in both the public sector and private setting. I practice from a holistic, empathic and humble approach and have an understanding that each client is a unique individual and treatment is tailored to meet their needs. My person-centered approach is one that facilitates a collaborative therapeutic relationship with a client/s and will assist the person to navigate through life by facilitating hope, meaning and reward in a supportive and therapeutic setting.
At Rise Wellbeing we are driven by the desire to find and offer the best supports to match the needs of our clients, to give back to others and to provide affordable counselling and education services to the community. I am driven to support my clients with evidence based practice and an encouraging and person centered approach. Rise wellbeing is an NDIS registered businedd. We are able to support NDIS participants who are seeking Counselling.
The world we live in has the ability to cause upheaval on many different personal levels due to its complex, busy and ever-changing environments. Coping levels for individuals vary greatly from person to person, no one level is easier than the other. My counselling will provide insight into specific problems, changes in life adjustments and basically fostering wellbeing. My psychotherapy which is generally a longer-term therapy will help in this development of insight as well, however it also has the power to restructure a personality in order for 'the unconscious to come into the conscious'.
If you suffer from anxiety, depression, mood disorders, suicidal Ideation, self harm or have experienced trauma in your life, then Victoria Art therapy is the professional company that can help you achieve a clearer and positive sense of well-being. The Art Therapy work undertaken with clients, is informed by current and emerging research, that best supports people to shift and develop. We provide our clients with a ‘healing environment’, that consistently nurtures, maintains safety, security and emotional support. We deliver a number of therapeutic approaches, to ensure we are providing the best possible outcomes for our clients.
Are you struggling with challenging emotions and thoughts? Have you been feeling increasingly anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed? As human's, we all face difficult and challenging times. Reaching out for support is a proactive step you can take to address life's challenges and to pave the way for living a more fulfilled and richer life. My approach is to build a trusting and supportive connection with you and to help get clarity on the life you want to be living. We can then work together to help you identify the actions you can take that will support you in moving towards that life.
I understand that it can be difficult to make the decision to see a counsellor, especially when you feel so vulnerable. I am here to listen and gently encourage you to tell your story. I’m interested in finding out what’s happened to you, not what’s ‘wrong’ with you. Counselling isn’t about learning to think positively or exercising greater self-discipline, it’s about starting to really listen to what your instincts are telling you.
My goal as a clinical psychologist is to support those experiencing anxiety, social anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns, particularly complex trauma related challenges. I help my clients make sense of these challenges by exploring underlying reasons and I offer logical, clear, and understandable ways to shift these mental health issues which is often met with great relief. I am passionate about adult mental health and I support those who have experienced challenging childhoods. I am warm and friendly and I work together as a team with my clients.
Sara is an experienced Clinical Psychologist with over 15 years experience working in both the private and public sector. Sara is fully registered with AHRPA, a member of the Australian Psychological Society and a Board-Approved Supervisor.
Matthew has experience working in various settings including both community and hospital organisations. He has successfully worked with people who have struggled with psychological symptoms since early childhood. Additionally, Matthew is confident at helping people work through psychological issues which may have presented recently. Matthew’s approach to psychological treatment is not exclusively based on a patient’s diagnosis, rather, it is considered upon the patient’s willingness to engage in the therapeutic process, readiness, and capacity for change.
I believe that everyone should be able to express and develop strategies in order to become happy individuals. By experiencing this ‘lightbulb’ moment, my clients are able to live their respective lives in which they feel confident, supported and independent.
Manuela is a skilled psychologist with much experience in Community Health, Medical Centres and Education (Primary-Tertiary). She enjoys teaching her clients new skills, identify their strengths to reach their full potential. If you have suffered grief and loss, trauma, or anxiety/depression you can learn reframing and healing strategies to come to a resolution. If you have suffered inter-relational or situational problems you may benefit from learning emotional regulation and acceptance skills. Manuela will help you achieve the outcomes you want by tailoring therapy to meet your individual needs through effective goal setting.
Better relationships are life giving but figuring out how to relate can be tricky. We oscillate between feeling connected, then disconnected and we often get stuck in a cycle of misunderstanding. Want to improve your interaction and be understood? Need help to address uncertainty and clarify need? Want insight into why you're getting stuck? Need help to brainstorm options and change the way you relate? We all struggle and we all have issues that we need to address, so let's do it... 0404 480 316
Mind Your Health Centre (MYHC) supports clients with a variety of psychological and physical concerns. Our training and special interest areas for treatment are wide spread, so please contact us to discuss your needs and how we can assist. Our clients are children, adolescents and adults from all walks of life.
Since completing my social work qualification, I have worked for the past five years in public specialist mental health services with adults and older adults including community and crisis services. I work with a range of presentations including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, psychotic disorders, physical illness, drug and alcohol and grief and loss issues. I have experience in individual, group and family therapy. As a Social Worker, I understand how my client’s environment impacts their mental health, wellbeing and ability to manage day to day.
NOTE: Jessica is currently offering Telehealth sessions only. Please email or refer to the website to make a booking. Jessica is a clinical psychologist that works with older adolescents, adults, and older adults with a range of presenting issues. She has experience working with anxiety disorders (e.g. PTSD, social anxiety, Panic Disorder, GAD), depression, and eating disorders (Binge Eating Disorder & Bulimia). She supports clients by providing them with a safe therapeutic space but also by encouraging the use of skills and strategies to work towards client goals and improving mental health and wellbeing.