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Bridie is currently working towards her full registration as a General Psychologist. Over her professional career Bridie has worked with children, adults, and families in both the NDIS and community sector. She has previously worked in the field of adult and paediatric sleep health in both public hospitals and private settings. Bridie has a passion for sleep and chronic health concerns, family and parenting support, and general mental wellbeing. She uses evidence-based therapeutic frameworks including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Positive Behaviour Support (PBS), Mindfulness, and Internal Family Systems (IFS). Bridie's approach is warm, considerate, and encouraging. She believes in putting the client first and individualising treatment to the unique needs of each client. Bridie is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and holds provisional registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). In her spare time Bridie enjoys spending time in nature, snowboarding, yoga, and playing music
Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne Bachelor of Theology, Sydney College of Divinity Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Master of Arts (Psychology) (Child & Adolescent Psychopathology), University of Western Sydney Masters in Applied Science (Behavioural Science) by research, University of Sydney (Cumberland) Main focus: Jan provides therapy for people suffering from anxiety and depression associated with life stressors, including relationship dysfunction, work problems and traumatic experiences. She has special interests in Attention Deficit Disorder, workplace bullying, early life abuse, sleep disturbances and nightmares, emotional effects of long-term illness, and clerical or religious abuse. Approaches used: Cognitive therapy to help people achieve their potential, trauma therapy to overcome emotionally catastrophic events in the past and coping therapy to maintain a healthy mental state in the face of present stressors.
Belen is an integrative, empathic, person-centered Counsellor and Provisional Psychologist. She has more than 10 year’s experience in both the UK and Argentina. In the UK she was a member of the British Psychology Society. Has worked as a Psychotherapist with women and taught Psychology at the Oxford Royale Academy. In Argentina she is a qualified Clinical Psychologist. As such she has worked with children, adolescents and adults leading treatments in inpatient units, general hospitals and private practice. She has also worked as a School Counselor and has been a Speaker at the Argentine Annual Psychiatry Congress. Has experience working with a wide variety of clinical presentations:stress, anxiety, PTSD, addictions, mood disorders, among others. Recently moved to Australia where she is doing her internship as a provisional psychologist. Belen is also the President of the International Attachment Network of Australia. An energetic, caring, and sensitive professional, Belen provides trauma-informed practice, cognitive behavioral therapy, attachment-based psychotherapy, and integrates psychodynamic perspectives with neuroscience from a developmental perspective.
- Dr. Choon Hwa
She is experienced in treating and providing strategies and practical skills for responding to stress, anxiety, depression, burnout including having unrealistically high expectations of self and others, being perfectionistic and being overly driven, grief and loss, singleness, and/or trauma whether historical, recent or current – such as childhood abuse, generational trauma, being bullied or discriminated against, not having a voice at home or in the workplace.
- Relationship Counselling
Expert guidance on relationships, communication and connection.
James is an understanding and compassionate Psychologist and Relationship Counsellor working across the Community sector, Government, and now in private practice. Using his experience and training, James will help you achieve your goals whether its family breakdown, marriage and relationship, parenting, or personal issues. James has the knowledge, information and support to help you get results. Your session will be tailored to suit your unique needs and goals Providing a specialist counselling service to individuals, couples, and families. Areas of specialty include: Men's issues Anger management courses & counselling Relationship issues Parenting issues Grief and loss Sexuality, sex & intimacy, sexual difficulties & ED Depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues Workplace issues & work/life balance Trauma (sexual, physical, emotional) past & present Marriage and pre-marriage education & counselling Adolescent counselling Addictions and AOD issues Family separation, post-separation issues, re-partnering, blended families Court issues, DV orders, brief court reports Types of therapy include Short-term solution-focused strategies (to help you organise and achieve your goals) Cognitive behaviour Therapy (CBT) (change your thinking-change your life) Interpersonal Therapy (understanding personal, romantic, and family relationships) Bibliotherapy (providing resources and information to assist with issues) Narrative therapy (helping to generate new stories to understand experiences) Emotional processing (processing and removing triggers from past experiences) Systems theory (understanding work, family, or relationship systems for effective change) James will work on “Your Solutions-Together!”
BscPsych, Post Grad Dip Psych, MAPS, Mental health cert IV, Mental health first aid. EXPERIENCE David provides therapy for a wide variety of people, experiencing varied situations. His main focus is in Stress, Anxiety, Anger Management, Depression and Relationship Counselling. PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACHES USED David’s treatments are tailored to the individual, based on careful consideration of they’re situation. He draws from different approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Person-Centered Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, and Psychodynamic Therapy.