I am a Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist specialising in pre-teens, adolescents & adults. Formerly a high school teacher, I have a natural ability to quickly develop relationships with teenagers and specialise in complex issues often affecting adolescents and their families. These issues often recur in adult relationships affecting daily life. By processing and understanding the past, it opens up a way to be able to move forward & improve relations. I am passionate about not just alleviating symptoms but helping you to understand and resolve patterns of behaviour. Working together, we determine goals and the direction of your therapy.
Oliver is a Certified Internal Family System (IFS) Therapist & Registered Counsellor. Are you searching for a deeper connection to yourself and others? Are there parts of you that are getting in the way? No matter what you do externally in your life, do you still feel unhappy? Have you tried talking therapy and felt like you weren't getting anywhere? IFS therapy offers a powerful alternative to traditional therapy that goes directly to the parts of you which are stuck and transforms them, releasing your true inner potential for connection to yourself and others. Allow Oliver to guide you to your true nature with IFS.
SALLY JAYNE GATT is a registered clinical psychologist with postgrad. training in family and relationships therapy and a background in nursing. She works in private practice at ST QUENTINS CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY in Claremont WA (https://www.stquentinspsychology.com.au/sally-gatt/). SALLY has a passion in working with individual adults, couples or families focussing on issues in relationships over a lifespan. She enjoys working with people who are struggling to cope in life due to mental illness, health problems, past or present family trauma, career stress or relationship difficulties. ~ CLINICAL FOCUS IS ON RELATIONSHIP THERAPY ~
Navigating the seasons of life on your own can sometimes get tricky. As you do your best to make sense of it all that seems too much or out of control, having a listening ear as you work through it can be helpful. I believe the struggles with our inner world can get overwhelming at times, and it can be renegotiated to lead a meaningful life. A significant part of my work as a registered clinical psychologist is offering psychological exploration and support to patients in a mutual effort to understand themselves better and work through how they can relate more intimately to themselves and others.
Madeline is a registered psychologist with experience working with adolescents and adults, age 12 and above. She believes in the importance of creating a warm and trusting environment where you can reflect, heal, and grow. Her hope is that she can support you to thrive, by helping you to be kind to yourself and tackle life’s obstacles.
I am an AHPRA registered Psychologist with a 14-year career background working in corporate, coaching and counselling roles across the public and private sector. I am passionate about working with individuals to enhance their quality of life and promote lasting psychological and emotional well-being. I use a collaborative approach with emphasis placed on mutual trust and respect, to empower individuals to grow, achieve and flourish throughout their life span.
If you are feeling depressed, and anxious, troubled in different ways, I am interested in getting to know you and the difficulties and issues that you experience at personal and/ or work and other relational levels. Through listening to you and talking together, it becomes possible to shed new light on old problems. This creates new ways of thinking. The ensuing growth development can enable you to consider yourself and others from new perspectives and allows space for different choices and the possibility to make different life decisions.
My name is Federica, I am a registered Psychologist and Sexologist and the Director of Tailoring Therapy. In my years of being a therapist, I have developed the belief that psychological interventions and therapy should be tailored to the person's uniqueness. In my approach, I aim to provide knowledge and education, develop awareness, and encourage change, if that is what you are seeking.
Emma founded The Family Wellbeing Centre with the aim of helping individuals, couples and families address challenges in a positive and practical way. Emma's life experience, training and natural sense of empathy enables her to work closely alongside her clients to overcome personal challenges and build meaningful, long lasting relationships. Emma's areas of interest include; children, adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety, relationship issues, depression, stress, perinatal mental health, and a range of others.
Indira has over 15 years of clinical experience working in mental health services across the public, private and not for profit sectors. Indira provides supportive, confidential and client-centred sessions. She has a passion for assisting her clients to realise their full inner potential through strength-based counselling. She believes that each client is the expert of their own life and provides a safe therapeutic space where she works collaboratively with clients to identify and achieve positive life goals. Indira is also a registered clinical supervisors and welcomes enquiries from counsellors requiring a regular supervisor.
Prior to becoming a clinical psychologist , I was working as a school psychologist/school teacher and an acupuncturist . I specialise in supporting individuals with behavioural and relationship issues and assist these individuals to reach their full potential. I am also interested in working with individuals suffering from chronic pain and complex trauma especially childhood unresolved issues . I have experienced completing Court reports and assist with Worker or MVA Compensation.
Julian is a Male Counsellor/Mentor with a person-centred approach, practising with significant personal and professional life experience. Julian runs Remotely Counselling, an online practice for clients from all backgrounds. He understands: (1) grief and loss experienced with illness, disease and death; (2) cultural challenges in grief, loss, and bereavement; (3) difficulties coping with friends/loved ones living with a genetic or neurological disease; (4) challenges when settling in a new city/country; (5) identity issues (e.g. acculturation) as a first generation migrant; (6) midlife malaise as a 'sandwich generation' parent.
Subiaco Psychology is a friendly, personal boutique service. The aim is to help people find direction in life, to not only function well, but also to flourish. Good mental health is imperative to living the best life possible.
I use an eclectic approach, to me, it’s all about the client. I listen to what’s important to the client and explore options to help clients reach desired outcome. For me going into private practice was so I could create the environment that the client feels welcome, relaxed and safe to talk about anything. I Believe that my role is to guide the client to where they what to be. Life is about living not existing therefore let’s create the history you want.
We provide assessments for Specific Learning Disorders - such as dyslexia - and conduct ADHD assessments for both children and adults. We also offer a cognitive-behaviour based treatment program for child anxiety.
I am a clinical psychologist with a special interest in working with adults experiencing difficulties with anxiety, perfectionism, self-esteem, assertiveness, PTSD, perinatal mental health, interpersonal and relationship difficulties. I am passionate about delivering best practice care to my clients and provide evidence-based treatments for a range of difficulties. I enjoy working with clients in developing skills and strategies to begin to change problematic patterns.
Joanne is an AHPRA registered Clinical Psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Joanne works with adults of all ages and has extensive experience the areas of anxiety, mood disorders (including depression), adjustment to life transitions, chronic illness, pain management, trauma and grief and loss. Joanne believes in creating a safe emotional space whilst working alongside her clients to help them achieve meaningful change in their everyday life.
I am Cheryl Pratt, an experienced and skilled accredited counsellor. If you are struggling with phobias, fears, addiction, anxiety, trauma or PTSD I can offer you support and tangible solutions to alleviate discomfort and suffering. I use a range of modalities but predominantly I incorporate the evidence based therapy EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) because it produces such positive outcomes for my clients. I have more than 20 years' experience working in schools, addiction treatment centres, mental health settings and private practice. I will work collaboratively with you to achieve the results you desire.
Peter Thomas is a caring and supportive therapist whom you can trust in your time of need. He studied at the Australian Institute of Family and Individual Counselling, is a member of the Australian Counsellors Association (ACA) and the Couples Institute (USA). Peter holds an Advanced Diploma in Individual and Family Counselling, an accredited CAP Money Coach and an accredited Prepare and Enrich pre-marriage and marriage counsellor.
Master Level Psychologist currently working with: Children, Adolescents, Adults, Couples & Families with a range of presenting issues. Marianne is a highly qualified Psychologist with over 30 years of experience treating Anxiety Disorders, Depression Complex Trauma, PTSD, Chronic Pain, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Parenting Concerns, Family Conflict, Workplace Stress and Conflict. she is highly experienced in Preparation of Court and Victims of Crime Reports, and Specialist assessments for Autism. She's registered with the NDIS.
What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Claremont 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 Claremont 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 Claremont 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 Claremont, or Child Psychologists in Claremont.
Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Claremont 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 Claremont 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.