Jess is a passionate Clinical Psychologist and has a decade worth of varied experience; having worked in acute mental health services, inpatient and outpatient facilities, and high school settings. Jess has experience working with self harm, emotional dysregulation, trauma and complex PTSD, but has a special interest in working with all types of anxiety presentations (panic disorder, social anxiety, generalised anxiety disorder, performance anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder). Jess has special interest in yoga and movement, and can integrate this in her sessions.
Do emotions sometimes become too painful and overwhelming? Taking that first step to contact someone for help can be very difficult. Establishing a caring therapeutic relationship attuned to individual needs is central to Susanna’s work. As research supports, the therapeutic relationship is the most powerful determinant of a positive outcome in psychotherapy. Susanna encourages her clients to explore and become aware how early experiences shape their present thoughts and behaviours. Gaining a greater understanding of their circumstances, allows for an empowered sense of their ability to create positive change.
I am passionate about coming alongside you and helping you find solutions, healing and recovery. My goal is for you to come to a place where you are able to move forward, to gain clarity and reach a new level of better. I like to be client-centred and encouraging client autonomy as well as building a space for healthy collaboration and problem solving. I am a strong believer in an individual’s ability to find change and to break out of old patterns and cycles. For me it is important to foster an atmosphere of hope and perspective.
Combining his knowledge of psychological principles with his previous experience in the military and finance sector, Scott has a unique and valuable skillset. Scott’s passionate about working with active and veteran uniformed personnel, their families, and the wider community. He has a gentle approach to delivering evidence based therapy for the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, addiction, conflict management, interpersonal and relationship issues.
I am a registered psychologist and clinical psychology registrar offering counselling and psychotherapy to adults and older adults experiencing a range of mental health difficulties. Drawing from psychodynamic, attachment and relational models of psychotherapy, I aim to provide a safe, empathic and exploratory space for those that I work with.
Welcome! Each person I work with has their own specific needs and goals. Life has it's traumas for us all. Often, my clients are experiencing a lot of emotional pain when we first meet. I respect the courage it has taken for them to reach out for help. Feelings like unhappiness, depression and anxiety grow in isolation. Feeling depressed or anxious makes people ever more isolated and alone. Sharing your experiences and emotional hurt in a safe non-judgemental space is exactly the right way to break out of this cycle and get back to living a connected, full and happy life. I work with individuals, and couples.
Kylie is well known for her holistic, down-to-earth and non-judgemental style. She has worked with clients across the developmental spectrum, using evidence-based approaches to support those impacted by anxiety, depression, mood fluctuations, autism, and ADHD. She also enjoys supporting the LGBTQIA+ community. Kylie has particular interests in helping individuals navigate difficult life transitions, adapt following diagnosis/illness, manage professional pressures; improve performance, and embed healthy lifestyle habits (e.g. movement, mindful awareness, sleep). Kylie has further qualifications in fitness and executive coaching.
Dom loves his work and integrates aspects of clinical, neurodiversity, sports, positive and organisational psychology to help people with mental health issues, increase happiness, well-being and improved job performance. Dom can see children 5+, adolescents and adults facing various issues in a variety of settings. Dom has extensive experience and has undertaken 8 years of initial training in psychology including a Bachelor of Psychology and a Master of Psychology, then 2 years of formal supervision. He is registered with the Psychologists Board of Australia and is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS).
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.
The fact that you are reading this means that you are already taking steps to improve your wellbeing. Starting therapy can feel like a really big step, and I hope that I may be able to make it an enjoyable and very worthwhile step. I work with adults and adolescents for a range of emotional difficulties, such as anxiety, difficulty regulating emotions, self-harming and suicidal ideation, and low self-worth. I aim to work collaboratively with my clients to find the right way to improve the quality of their daily life in a sustainable way, to minimise discomfort.
Michelle’s practice involves providing psychotherapy for adults experiencing anxiety, OCD and trauma and stressor related issues. Michelle has extensive experience in treating mood and anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, trauma and adjustment issues, addiction and substance use issues, and personality disorders.
I work in a client-focused way and to address the issues the client brings to the session. I have worked with a range of issues. I particularly like working with children, young people and women are experiencing relationship difficulties, whether that be with a partner, school relationships or parents.
Carmel is experienced in working with young adults, adults and couples in the areas of anxiety and depression, trauma, PTSD, personality disorders , adjustment issues, cross cultural issues, grief and loss and relationship issues including; affairs, communication difficulties, assisted fertility, loss of intimacy and exit counselling
Danni Murfett is a Psychotherapist and Accredited Mental Health Social Worker with over 12 years of clinical experience providing individual and group therapy to adult survivors (age 13+) of sexual assault and sexual abuse. She currently shares her time between her private practice (Sexual Trauma Counselling Perth) and working as a Senior Counsellor and Team Leader for the Health Department within a specialist Perth sexual assault crisis and therapy service. As a Medicare provider, Danni's clients can claim Medicare rebates for sessions if they obtain a mental health care plan referral from their GP.
Natalie is a Senior Clinical Psychologist and psychotherapist with over 20 years of experience in adult community mental health services. She specialises in individual therapy in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, character disorders, grief and loss, interpersonal difficulties, family relationship difficulties, difficult childhood experiences, and relationship and marital difficulties. Natalie has helped people to overcome troubling symptoms, resolve traumas and losses in life, and more successfully deal with the challenges that life brings along the way. Waitlist status: Currently Accepting New Referrals.
Hi, I'm Valda. I help people of all ages and walks of life navigate difficult times in their lives and create healthier, happier relationships. Especially when anger or fears are high and hope low. If you long for better, deeper, more authentic relationships, I can help you too. I teach skills and principles that will help you communicate and solve problems better, while developing flexibility and resilience. It's important to me that you feel heard, understood, respected, and valued. I’ll respect your differences and always remember it’s a privilege to be allowed into your personal, private world.
The stories we tell about current events and memories of past episodes in our lives profoundly impact on us and our loved ones. Are you feeling distressed, anxious or traumatised by historical or recent experiences? I can help you alleviate, transcend or transform these symptoms, and reclaim psycho-social and emotional well-being. Good therapy relies upon us forming sufficient mutual trust and compassion to discuss and interpret personal matters. I look forward to hearing your story and helping you revise retellings of it that firm your resolve to follow your preferred path towards life with less distress, or completely free of it.
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.
Hi, I’m Dr Lisa Harris, Psychologist with over 14 years’ experience helping people from all walks of life. I love my job and wholeheartedly believe in the role that psychology has to play in helping people live happier and more meaningful lives.